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Mitochondrial genomes a potential non-invasive biomarker for psoriasis

New research discovers psoriasis is linked with abnormalities in the copy number of mitochondrial DNA, suggesting its potential use as […]

Understanding the evolution of genome architecture across species

Written by Poppy Jayne Morgan A new study published in BMC biology is unravelling the mystery of genome architecture. Gene […]

Multi-omic Analysis – Key Insights

We are seeing an increased interest in the examination of multiple omic layers, to paint in-depth molecular pictures that can […]

Single-Cell Analysis of Gastric Cancer Provides New Disease Insights

Written by Charlotte Harrison, Science Writer  The tumour heterogeneity of gastric cancer, and its metastasis to different organs, makes effective […]

Genome Giants: Stephen Scherer, Director, The Centre for Applied Genomics, SickKids

Stephen Scherer is a Canadian scientist who founded Canada’s first human genome centre, the Centre for Applied Genomics (TCAG) at […]

Single Cell Analysis – Key Insights

Since the advent of single cell sequencing, cellular heterogeneity has been heavily studied in the search for novel insights into […]

Genome Giants – Leroy Hood, Co-founder and Professor, Institute for Systems Biology

Leroy Hood is a pioneer of systems biology and Professor and Co-founder of the Institute for Systems Biology, Seattle. He […]

Genome Giants – Tak Mak, Senior Scientist, Princess Margaret Cancer Centre

Tak Mak is a world leader in the genetics of immunology and cancer. He is currently a Senior Scientist at […]

UK Biobank whole-genome sequencing data made available

The UK Biobank has released whole-genome sequencing data on 200,000 participants and made it widely available on the platform – […]

Genome Giants: Kay Davies – Human Geneticist and Professor of Genetics, University of Oxford

Dame Kay Davies is a human geneticist and Professor of Genetics at the University of Oxford. Davies has spent her […]