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The $100 Genome: Where’s the Limit?

Few advancements in the life sciences field have been as transformative as the ability to sequence the human genome. Since […]

Base and Prime Genome Editing in Precision Oncology

This feature on prime and base editing is adapted from content provided in the Cancer Genomics 2023 Report. The introduction […]

How-to: Profile the epigenome

The epigenome regulates the expression of genes without altering their underlying DNA sequence. Comprising a dynamic landscape of chemical modifications […]

How-to: perform a genome-wide association study (GWAS)

Genome-wide association studies (GWAS) are commonly used in the genomics world to identify variants associated with a trait or disease. […]

A draft of the human pangenome

The Human Pangenome Reference Consortium has presented the first draft of the human pangenome reference sequence. Published in Nature, the […]

The double helix and the Human Genome Project: DNA Day 2023

DNA Day is an annual celebration of the discovery of the DNA double helix. This year the celebration is even […]

New Study profiles the Epigenome of Renal Cell Carcinomas

A new study published in Nature has shed light on the epigenome of renal cell carcinomas (RCCs), the most common […]

Healthy newborns offered whole genome sequencing to screen treatable rare genetic disorders

Genomics England have partnered with the NHS  to implement the Newborn Genomes Programme. Whole genome sequencing (WGS) will be used […]

Insights Into The Danish National Genome Center

Bettina Lundgren, CEO of the Danish National Genome Center, joins us to discuss the incredible work being undertaken in Denmark […]

Exploring rare cancer mutational signatures with whole genome sequencing

Written by Liam Little, Science Writer A new study, published in Science, has used whole genome sequencing (WGS) to explore […]