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New study reveals mechanism that causes IBS

Researchers have identified a biological mechanism that explains why some individuals experience abdominal pain when eating certain foods, paving the […]

Gut microbiome implicated in anorexia

A recent review, published in Frontiers in Psychiatry, has examined the evidence that the gut microbiome may play a significant […]

The origins of antibiotic resistance

By comparing thousands of bacterial genomes, researchers have traced back the evolutionary history of antibiotic resistance genes. Antibiotic resistance Antibiotic […]

Making a murderer: How African Salmonella jumped from gut to bloodstream

Scientists at the University of Liverpool have harnessed the combined power of genomics and epidemiology to understand how a type […]

A New Genetic Link to Childhood Asthma

Asthma with severe exacerbation is the most common reason for the hospitalisation of young children. These exacerbations are generally triggered […]

12 Days of Genomics Christmas

Here at Front Line Genomics, we thought we would spread some Christmas cheer with the 12 days of Christmas but […]

Genetically engineered probiotics

Advancements in the field of synthetic biology, genetic engineering and genome sequencing technologies have provided the opportunity to improve the […]

Genomics week in brief: Week ending 21st November

We’ve got you covered with another round up of the top genomics news and research from around the world from […]

On the Cusp of Future Gene Therapies

Gene therapy is at an inflection point. Many gene and cell therapies have been approved in recent years following decades […]

Lung microbiome implicated in lung cancer pathogenesis and prognosis

A recent paper, published in Cancer Discovery, has found that enrichment of the lungs with oral commensal microbes was associated […]