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Eliminating malaria via a simple genetic modification

Researchers have tested genetically modifying mosquitos to express antimalarial genes and pass them on to offspring as a new strategy […]

Intra-tumour heterogeneity across human cancer genomes

As part of the Pan-Cancer Analysis of Whole Genomes Consortium, researchers analysed the whole genomes of tumour samples from over […]

Cancer Genomics ONLINE

The first cancer genome paper was published in 2008, and in just 13 years the power of sequencing and analytics […]

Little and large: Giraffe-type gene edited into mice

Researchers have edited mice with the giraffe-type FGRL1 gene, observing exceptional hypertension resistance and higher bone mineral density. The unique […]

ADAR1 protects telomeres and supports cancer cell proliferation

Researchers at The Wistar Institute have identified a new function of ADAR1, a protein responsible for RNA editing, discovering that […]

The diversity of cancer targets

Here we summarise a recent paper, published in Cell, that explored the landscape of therapeutic cancer targets beyond the list […]

Genomics week in brief: Week ending 13th March

Another jam-packed week of interesting research and news from the genomics space – all summarised here for you! Top stories […]

Evolution of the genome

Cosmologists believe that the universe began over 14 billion years ago with the Big Bang. Clouds of gas emitted by […]

ctDNA informs treatment in BRAF-mutated melanoma

Researchers find that cell-free circulating tumour DNA (ctDNA) analyses before and during treatment could help guide selection of therapy for […]

Targeting p53 for Successful Tumour Suppression

Exposure to radiation can wreak havoc on cells, tissue and organs. However, some tissues are more vulnerable to radiation damage […]