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Key cross-species genes offer insight into human bladder cancer development

Muscle invasive bladder cancer (MIBC) is an aggressive form of human bladder cancer. Little is currently known about the genetic […]

This cell will self-destruct in 5 days

‘This cell will self-destruct in 5 days’ – Written by Charlotte Harrison, Science Writer. A team of researchers have used […]

Capturing the complexity of single-cell interactions

‘Capturing the complexity of single-cell interactions’ – Written by Charlotte Harrison, Science Writer. Single-cell and spatial genomics approaches generate high-dimensional […]

The human lung mapped in unprecedented detail

The most comprehensive cellular map of the human lung has been published in Nature Medicine. It is part of the […]

Transcriptome and circular DNA sequencing in single cancer cells

A new single-cell sequencing method has been published in Nature Genetics. Single-cell extrachromosomal circular DNA and transcriptome sequencing (scEC&T-seq) can […]

Transcriptional buffering safeguards cells in Rett syndrome

Written by Charlotte Harrison, Science Writer. A study published in Nature Communications offers new insight into the mechanisms involved in the […]

A new role for RNA editing in immune-cell trafficking

Written by Charlotte Harrison, Science Writer A paper published in the journal Immunity has identified a new role for the […]

The double helix and the Human Genome Project: DNA Day 2023

DNA Day is an annual celebration of the discovery of the DNA double helix. This year the celebration is even […]

Prime editing successfully corrects sickle cell mutation

Researchers have used prime editing to correct the mutation that causes sickle cell disease in patient-derived stem cells. The study, […]

New computational tool maps development of immune cells

Researchers from the Wellcome Sanger Institute have developed a computational pipeline for mapping immune cell development. The tool, described in […]