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Epigenetic clock is accelerated in major depressive disorder

Researchers have found that an epigenetic clock and predictor of mortality – GrimAge – is accelerated in individuals with major […]

cfChIP-seq: an end to invasive biopsies?

Researchers at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem have shown how a simple blood test – cfChIP-seq – can be used […]

CRISPR edits SIV DNA

Scientists at the Lewis Katz School of Medicine at Temple University have taken a major step forward in HIV research […]

Computational Genetics: A Massive Step for Neuroscience

Complex brain disorders are highly heritable and largely polygenic. They arise from a complex combination of risk genes, found in […]

A modern Egyptian: the first comprehensive Egyptian reference genome

The true value of genomics can only be unravelled with true population-scale sequencing. Understanding genomic variation across populations will help […]

How To: Choose Which Massively Parallel Sequencing Approach is Best For Your Needs

In our “Sequencing Buyers guide” written by David Smith, many commercial MPS platforms were reviewed with what they can be used for.

FoG 2020 Presentation Lisa Hughes, Cambridge University Hospital: Non-Invasive Genetic Testing in Pregnancy: Lessons From Genetic Counselling Practice

Lisa obtained a BSc in Biology with Sociology then trained as a paediatric nurse, working in London and Australia. She […]

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 […]

New form of antimicrobial resistance discovered in Group A Streptococcus

Researchers have identified a new form of antimicrobial resistance (AMR) in Group A Streptococcus (GAS). GAS organisms can cause various […]

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 […]