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Down the Rabbit Hole: The Lung Microbiome – Aran Singanayagam, Imperial College London

Aran Singanayagam is an MRC Clinician Scientist, Group Leader at the Centre for Molecular Bacteriology and Infection (CMBI) at Imperial […]

Osteoarthritis RNA molecule could act as a therapeutic target

Research has linked osteoarthritis of the knee to an RNA molecule that exacerbates inflammation and triggers cartilage damage. A new […]

Tregs: Treacherous cells offer a new therapeutic target in colorectal cancer

Scientists have linked a subset of T cells to the progression of colorectal cancer tumours. Researchers also showed that blocking […]

The relationship between DNA methylation and disease

By carrying out a genome-wide association study, researchers have uncovered novel mechanisms linking DNA methylation and disease. Their findings greatly […]

Psychedelics: A new kind of trip

When we think about consciousness, we often consider it as being aware of one’s internal and external existence. But while […]

Exome sequencing data from UK Biobank links protein-coding variants to health

A massive effort using exome sequencing data from more than 450,000 UK Biobank participants has revealed rare and common gene […]

Down the Rabbit Hole: Genomics and Psychedelics – Charles Nichols

Charles Nichols is a Professor of Pharmacology at LSU Health Sciences Centre in New Orleans in USA. His main research […]

Patient Perspectives: David Edward Rose – Ultra-Rare Disease Patient Speaker

David Edward Rose works for a rare disease magazine called Rare Revolution Magazine. He is also an ultra-rare disease patient […]

New framework links disease SNPs to target genes

A new study has combined SNP-to-gene linking strategies to pinpoint genes that drive disease. The developed framework has identified novel […]

More Diverse Vaccine Trials Fail To Address Systemic Racism

The highly uneven, racialised impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic are well documented. In the US, Black and Latinx people are […]