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New study implicates somatic mutations in neurological disorders

Written by Isobel Young, Science Writer Research focusing on neurological disorders has become more frequent in recent years. However, there […]

Non-canonical Variants: The Dark Horse of Rare Genetic Diseases

Written by Isobel Young, Science Writer By the end of 2018, Genomics England had completed their 100,000 Genome Project (100KGP), […]

Tabula Sapiens: A comprehensive human cell atlas

Researchers have created an atlas, named Tabular Sapiens, for over 400 distinct cell types in humans. Published in Science, the […]

Applying RNA-sequencing Technology to Cancer and Rare Diseases

Written by Vered Smith, Science Writer  A paper in Molecular Biology Reports has recently reviewed the latest RNA sequencing technologies, […]

Exploring Uncharted (RNA) Territory

Written by Charlotte Harrison, Science Writer  Cancer transcriptomics has transformed our understanding of tumour biology. Yet even the most up-to-date […]

‘Junk DNA’: Age of Intron 

If I cast my mind back to studying biology at school, the message was very clear: DNA contains genes, and […]

Scientists discover proteins that could predict liver transplant rejection

Northwestern University researchers have discovered families of proteins that could potentially predict which patients may reject a new organ transplant. […]

Genomics week in brief: Week ending 1st January

Check out what’s been happening across the genomics field over Christmas in the latest Genomics Week in Brief. Top stories […]

Researchers identify role of gene in placental development

A recent study has shown that the gene GPR126 plays an essential role in the development of the placenta during […]

Cancer Genomics: From Diagnosis to Treatment

Introduction The first publication of cancer genome sequencing was in 2006, whereby more than 13,000 genes involved in breast and […]