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Next-Generation PCR ONLINE

The advent of PCR methods has enabled the detection and quantification of nucleic acids in small sample sizes. Just recently, […]

A new era of space omics

Omics technologies have made possible cost-efficient, high-throughput analysis of biologic molecules. Recent advances can be attributed to innovative breakthroughs in […]

Genomics week in brief: Week ending 2nd January

Happy New Year from everyone here at Front Line Genomics! We are kicking the year off with your weekly update […]

Genomics week in brief: Week ending 12th December

The penultimate week in brief before Christmas, full of the latest research and news surrounding genomics. Top stories from the […]

Genomics week in brief: Week ending 21st November

We’ve got you covered with another round up of the top genomics news and research from around the world from […]

A year-long human spaceflight reveals circulating biomarkers

A team of researchers have profiled cfDNA isolated from plasma of an astronaut during a year-long mission on the International […]

ASHG Virtual Meeting 2020

Last week (27 – 30th October 2020), the American Society of Human Genetics (ASHG) hosted their annual meeting. The meeting […]

African genomics needed for genetic medicine

As part of the 20th anniversary of Nature Reviews Genetics, Professor Ambroise Wonkam from the University of Cape Town has […]

CPT1A upregulation promotes colon cancer

A paper published in Cell Death and Disease, has identified that CPT1A upregulation is important for the tumour promoting effects […]

Shareable Science: What the “wellderly” can teach us about the genetics of healthy aging

Aging affects everyone, right down to our genetic core, but there’s plenty of evidence showing that each individual experiences the effects of age differently. As it turns out, some people are predisposed to a less disruptive (a kinder, gentler) aging process. New research hopes to uncover why that is.