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Genetic variant affects the impact of brain stimulation on memory

A new study has revealed that a variant of the gene BDNF can affect an individual’s response to brain stimulation. […]

Patient Perspectives – Daisy Ireland, Charcot-Marie Tooth Patient

Daisy Ireland is a Content and Event Producer at Front Line Genomics. Ireland not only has a background in Molecular […]

CRISPR screens identify drivers of ageing in the brain

Using high-throughput CRISPR-Cas9 screens, researchers have systematically uncovered gene knockouts that impact ageing in neural stem cells of the brain. […]

Many viable IVF embryos not implanted due to mosaicism

A recent study has suggested that many embryos from IVF that are discarded due to chromosomal abnormalities have the potential […]

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 – […]

Sensor in the brain explains why humans are getting taller

A recent study has revealed that a sensor in the brain may explain why humans are growing taller and reaching […]

RNA modifications provide new insights into disease brain states

Recently, researchers have used advanced microscopy to investigate the role that RNA modifications play in ‘synaptic tagging’ within the brain. […]

Genetic overlap between metabolites and migraines

Researchers have conducted a comprehensive genetic analysis to estimate the polygenic genetic overlap between 316 unique blood metabolite levels and […]

AI has been used to rapidly diagnose critically ill patients with rare genetic diseases

Recently, researchers used Fabric GEM, an artificial intelligence algorithm, to detect disease causing variants in newborns and rare disease patients […]

Changes in gut microbiome associated with brain damage in infants

In a new study, published in Cell Host & Microbe, researchers identified changes in the gut microbiome that are associated […]