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How can proteogenomics inform pan-cancer analysis?

The central dogma of molecular biology states that DNA is transcribed into RNA and then translated into protein. But with […]

World of Genomics: USA

Original post written by Lyndsey Fletcher in January 2023. Updated in August 2023 by Aleisha Collins. How can we sum […]

The State Of: Genomics in Mental Health Research

The advent of genetic and genomics research has transformed our understanding of thousands of human diseases, with our abilities ever […]

The Big Challenge… With Linda Orzolek

With the ever-increasing potential of new technology and the exponential growth of the life sciences field, researchers are always running […]

Methods to study cell-cell communication from single-cell sequencing data

This feature on cell-cell communication is adapted from part of Chapter 4 of the 2023 Spatial and Single-cell Playbook. Organisms […]

World of Genomics: Japan

Original article by Ellie Fung, August 2021. Updated by Kira Newbon in July 2023. In the latest World of Genomics […]

The price of fame: Should celebrities disclose their health struggles?

Being unwell can be an isolating experience. Patients can often be unsure of where to turn for support and for […]

New COVID-19 treatment provides hope for immunocompromised patients

The rapid development of vaccines and treatments for COVID-19 has been one of the most significant scientific achievements in recent […]

Brain tumour noncoding mutations are new targets for personalised medicine

Traditional cancer driver gene discovery has generally focussed on coding mutations, which can affect protein function and structure. Mutations in […]

Key transcription factor for stem cell differentiation linked to cancer

Stem cells are unspecialised cells, defined by their capacity for self-renewal and ability to differentiate into a variety of somatic […]