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From biobanks to biomarkers : translating the potential of human population genetics research to improve the quality of health of the EU citizen : proceedings of a conference held at the Wellcome Trust Conference Centre, Hinxton, Cambridge 20-22 September 2005.

Wellcome Trust (London, England)
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2006
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[London] : Wellcome Trust, 2006.

Physical description

48 pages : illustrations ; 28 cm

Notes

"Jointly funded by the Health Research Directorate, DG Research, European Commission, and the Wellcome Trust."

Contents

Foreword -- Executive summary -- Background -- From biobanks to biomarkers - the context -- From biobanks to biomarkers - the conference -- Overview and keynote presentations -- Industry perspectives and translational research -- Forum and debate on expectations and goals for industry and healthcare -- Resources and analytical tools for population genomics -- Forum and debate on future needs for resources and tools for statistical analysis -- The social impact of human population genomics -- Novel technologies and biomarkers -- Forum and debate on research direction for the development of novel technologies and biomarkers -- Closing keynote address and commission overview -- Summary and conclusions -- Next steps -- Acknowledgments -- Annexes 1-5.

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