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2018.01.05 | Research news

Danish pan genome paper pronounced most significant Danish research 2017 by videnskab.dk

The readers of videnskab.dk have voted the Danish pan genome study to be the most significant Danish research result in 2017. The main project, published in Nature July 2017 (https://www.nature.com/articles/nature23264), is a major Danish collaboration where researchers from BiRC played a very central part. The assembly and analysis of the 150…

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2017.10.10 | Research news

The mapping of the shared Danish genome

Danish researchers from three universities have analysed the genomes of fifty families and created access to very precise knowledge about how the genome of a healthy, average Dane looks. The new knowledge is called the Danish Reference Genome and it can increase our understanding of hereditary diseases and support the development of personalised…

2017.09.29 | Research news

A new way of comparing illegal cocaine samples.

Researchers from BiRC and Institute of Forensic Medicine have developed a model that can be trained to correctly classify illegal cocaine seizures. The new method is a major improvement over existing methods and is the result of an ongoing collaboration between BiRC and the Dept of Forensic Chemistry. Other articles from the collaboration:…

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