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Genes for increased risk of cervical cancer found

Researchers have identified three genes associated with an increased risk of developing cervical cancer. Cervical cancer Despite the success of […]

miRNAs: a Reliable Biomarker for Cervical Cancer

Increasing evidence supports the role of microRNAs (miRNAs) in the progression of cervical cancer. A recent study, published in Nature, […]

HPV integration signatures in cervical cancer

A team of researchers have analysed the association between different human papilloma virus (HPV) integration signatures, clinical parameters and outcomes […]

Microbial DNA in blood samples may reveal who has cancer, and which type

The study, published in Nature yesterday, may change how cancer is diagnosed, and shape our understanding of how cancer interacts with microbes.

Genomics week in brief: Week ending 12th December

The penultimate week in brief before Christmas, full of the latest research and news surrounding genomics. Top stories from 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 […]

HIV: origins, treatment and the continued stigma

The first person to be cured of HIV, Timothy Ray Brown, died last week from a recurrence of leukaemia. His […]

Genomics week in brief: Week ending 3rd October

Don’t worry! We are back again for the second week bringing you the latest genomics updates over the past week. […]

Interview with Dr Susie Cooke, Head of Medical Genomics at the Glasgow Precision Oncology Laboratory

Dr Susie Cooke is the Head of Medical Genomics at the Glasgow Precision Oncology Laboratory whose main interest is in facilitating the move of next-generation sequencing into the clinic to help cancer patients.

Gene editing approach eliminates herpes simplex virus in vivo

A recent article, published in Nature Communications, has revealed a gene editing approach that can eliminate levels of latent herpes […]