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Eleven challenges in single-cell data science

Introduction: Single-cell sequencing technology has been advanced by the falling sequencing costs, a boom in microfluidics and combinatorial indexing strategies. […]

Metatranscriptomic analysis of COVID-19 patients show disrupted airway microbiome

A team of researchers have conducted a metatranscriptomic characterisation study of patients with COVID-19 and found specific immune-associated host transcriptional […]

New AI tool could predict lung cancer recurrence

Scientists have been working with pathologists to build an artificial intelligence tool that can predict which patients with lung cancer […]

How much is your genetic data worth?

Recently, we have been posting about the changes in user perceptions on the way genetic data is owned, handled, and […]

Interview with Jeanette Mostert, Radboud University Medical Center

Jeanette Mostert (PhD) is science dissemination manager at the department of genetics of the Radboud University Hospital Medical Center in […]

The disadvantages to integrating genomics into clinical trials

Last week, we wrote a blog post on the benefits of integrating genomics into clinical trials, such as improved methods […]

Study finds no evidence SARS-CoV-2 evolved from pangolin coronavirus

Photo credit: Judy Hurd. A new study undertaken by researchers in the US and China has found no evidence that […]

Partnership to sequence whole genomes of COVID-19 patients announced

Genomics England have announced that they, in partnership with the GenOMICC consortium, are working with the NHS to deliver whole-genome […]

Representative sampling method improves the genetic testing for cancer treatment

A wholistic tumour sampling method developed by researchers from The Francis Crick Institute, Roche, and The Royal Marsden NHS Foundation […]

Single Cell Analysis

Single cell analysis refers to the sequencing of the genome, transcriptome and other “-omics” to look for variability between cells. […]