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Genomics in Drug Discovery & Development

Despite an increase in investment into R&D from biopharma companies, only 5-10% of drugs that enter early-stage clinical trials ever […]

3D Genetics, EpiSwitch™️ and Clinical Translation: Development of Liquid Biopsy for Diffuse large B-cell lymphoma prognosis and benchmarking it against digital PCR gold standards

Chromatin exists as a non-linear, “three-dimensional” structure in the nuclear space, and refers to the complex of DNA and proteins […]

Rare neurodevelopmental disorder associated with SATB1 dysfunction

A recent study has reported on three classes of mutations within the gene SATB1 which result in three variations of […]

Setting the tempo for embryonic development

Researchers at the Francis Crick Institute have identified the clock that sets the speed of embryonic development. They have discovered […]

Pharma stakeholders to progress data-driven development at D4 Global

Front Line Genomics is delighted to announce the launch of D4 Global: the world’s first truly global event focusing on […]

CRUK funds development of POC blood-based brain cancer test

Cancer Research UK (CRUK) has funded a project run by a team of researchers at the University of Bristol to […]

World of Genomics: Italy

Italy is famous for its rich history, beautiful architecture and world-renowned cuisine. Surrounded by such inspiration and the legacy of […]

Rare tandem repeat expansions associated with schizophrenia

A team from the University of North Carolina School of Medicine has uncovered new genetic variation linked to schizophrenia. The […]

Whole gene replacement possible with new gene-editing tool

Researchers have developed a new tool that could potentially ‘cut’ out faulty genes and ‘paste’ in full-length copies of corrected […]

Cancer Genomics in 2022: The Impact of Genomics on Cancer Research, Diagnostics, Therapeutics and Clinical Care

Genomics has the ability to transform our understanding of cancer, providing researchers with increasingly complex information on tumour heterogeneity and […]