GIS

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GISGeographic Information System
GISGeographical Information System
GISGeographic Information Services
GISGeographical Information Science
GISGlobal and International Studies (various schools)
GISGisborne, New Zealand (airport code)
GISGuaranteed Income Supplement (Canada)
GISGeographical Information Services
GISGeographisches Informationssystem (German)
GISGIAC (Global Information Assurance Certification) Information Security Professional
GISGeneration Information System (software)
GISGas-Insulated Switchgear
GISGeneral Information Services
GISGeospatial Information System
GISGenome Institute of Singapore
GISGeografisch Informatie Systeem (Dutch: Geographic Information System)
GISGeographic Information Science
GISGlobal Information Services
GISGlobal Item Schema
GISGeographics Information System
GISGoogle Image Search
GISGroupement d'Intérêt Scientifique (French: Scientific Interest Group)
GISGlobal Information Society
GISGentran Integration Suite (Sterling Commerce)
GISGas Insulated Substation (electrical networks)
GISGlobal Information Solutions
GISGeographic Information Solutions
GISGeoscience Information Society
GISGhana International School
GISGussoh Imagesystem
GISGlobal Infrastructure Services (Computer Sciences Corporation)
GISGirls' Industrial School (various locations)
GISGlobal Intelligence Services (various locations)
GISGeodata Interoperability Specification
GISGovernment Information System
GISGrey Island Systems (Toronto, Canada)
GISGeneralized Iterative Scaling
GISGarden International School (Malaysia)
GISGeographic Information Studies
GISGenossenschaftlicher Informations Service (German: Cooperative Information Service)
GISGlobal Investment Systems
GISGeographic Imaging Solutions
GISGolisano Institute for Sustainability (Rochester Institute of Technology)
GISGeneral Information Session
GISGastrointestinal Series
GISGroup Information Session(s)
GISGrundlagen Informatik Sensortechnik (German: Basic Computer Science Sensor Technology)
GISGeophysical Information System
GISGlobal Indexing System
GISGruppo d' Intervento Speciale (Italian Carabinieri Army Special Forces)
GISGraphics Information System
GISGeoreferenced Information System
GISGlobal Inbound Service (international toll free service)
GISGlobal Integration Summit (Integration Consortium)
GISGreen Iguana Society
GISGroupe Interventional Speciale (Italian Counter Terrorism Unit)
GISGeographical Imaging Software
GISGeeky Internal Stuff (databases)
GISGeneral Investigative Section (Canada RCMP)
GISGunbound International Server (gaming)
GISGroup Interference Suppression
GISGas Insulation System
GISGeographical Intelligent Survey
GISGroup Index and Schedule
GISGlobal Insight Services (Congress WBN)
GISGeosynchronous Meteorological Satellite
GISGreatness Is Simplicity
GISGoddard Information System
GISGuidelines Implementation Staff
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Researchers at A*STAR's Genome Institute of Singapore have found a gene that controls the generation of neurons and play an important role in understanding serious diseases such as Alzheimer's disease, it was reported yesterday.
Under the collaboration, QMDX's wholly-owned Singapore-based subsidiary QMDX Asia and the Genome Institute of Singapore will develop genetic tests specifically for Asian patients.
Dr Edison Liu, former director of clinical sciences at the US National Cancer Institute, is Executive Director of Genome Institute of Singapore.
Policy planners have always understood that the profit margins in biomedicine are significant," says Edison Liu, the Hong Kong-born, Stanford-educated, executive director of the Genome Institute of Singapore.
Under a new collaboration, the Genome Institute of Singapore will use NuGEN's amplification and labeling technology for gene expression profiling with the Institute's oligonucleotide microarrays .
A number of governmental organizations including the National Cancer Institute, the European Bioinformatics Institute, the National Center for Biotechnology Information, the DNA Databank of Japan, the Genome Institute of Singapore, and the US Patent & Trademark Office have expressed an interest in participating in the I3C initiative.
The Genome Institute of Singapore (GIS), an institute under the umbrella of the Agency for Science, Technology and Research (A*STAR), and Fluidigm Corporation (NASDAQ:FLDM) today announced the establishment of the first research center in Asia exclusively dedicated to accelerating the understanding of how individual cells work, and how diagnosis and treatment might be enhanced through insight derived from single cells.
In Singapore, this multi-institutional effort involves ASTARs Genome Institute of Singapore (GIS) and Institute of Molecular and Cell Biology (IMCB), National Cancer Centre Singapore (NCCS), and National University of Singapore (NUS).
Published in scientific journal Nature Communications, this study was led by researchers from A*STAR's Genome Institute of Singapore (GIS) and Institute of Molecular and Cell Biology (IMCB).
Scientists at A*STAR's Genome Institute of Singapore (GIS), in collaboration with their counterparts from Canada, Hong Kong and the United States followed their previous study on a genome-wide investigation of gene functions in hESCs, and found that splicing factors, such as the protein known as SON, are key regulators of hESC maintenance.
This collaborative research was conducted by scientists at A*STAR's Institute of Molecular and Cell Biology (IMCB) led by Assoc Prof Vinay Tergaonkar, A*STAR's Genome Institute of Singapore (GIS) and National University of Singapore.
The research, led by the Genome Institute of Singapore (GIS) and the Institute of Molecular and Cell Biology (IMCB), two biomedical research institutes of Singapore's Agency of Science, Technology and Research (A STAR), is the first ever genome-wide study of human stem cells on such a massive scale, and its results are crucial in understanding how stem cells may one day be used to treat debilitating conditions such as Parkinson's disease and traumatic spinal injury.
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