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Mitochondrial stress: a phenotype of spaceflight

Spaceflight is known to impact human physiology, but the distinct molecular aetiologies are unknown. In a recent study, published in […]

A major cause of rare mitochondrial disease found

A study from the Murdoch Children’s Research Institute (MCRI) has found a genetic cause for a rare disease that causes […]

Next-Gen PCR ONLINE

The advent of PCR methods has enabled the detection and quantification of nucleic acids in small sample sizes. Just recently, […]

Long-Term Space Flights May Impede Learning & Memory in the Hippocampus

A recent study found that the Earth’s magnetic field plays an important role in neurogenesis, learning & memory mediated by […]

Million-Year-Old Mammoths, a Brand New Record for the Oldest Ancient DNA

The genomic sequencing of Mammoth teeth preserved in Eastern Siberian permafrost have produced the oldest ancient DNA on record. Genomic […]

A new era of space omics

Omics technologies have made possible cost-efficient, high-throughput analysis of biologic molecules. Recent advances can be attributed to innovative breakthroughs in […]

Genomic Sequencing to Explain New Rare Diseases

Determining the genetic basis of rare diseases is important for counselling and for developing our understanding of disease pathogenesis. While […]

Genomics week in brief: Week ending 2nd January

Happy New Year from everyone here at Front Line Genomics! We are kicking the year off with your weekly update […]

An Eye for an Eye: A New Optic Gene Therapy

A recent paper, published in Science, explored the use of optic gene therapy to treat Leber’s Hereditary Optic Neuropathy. Surprisingly, […]

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 […]