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Chromothripsis: A driver of gene amplification in cancer

Researchers have used whole-genome sequencing (WGS) to show that chromothripsis is a major driver of circular extrachromosomal DNA amplification. Gene […]

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 19th December

The final week in brief of the year, jam packed with the latest genomics news and research! Top stories from […]

Genetically engineered probiotics

Advancements in the field of synthetic biology, genetic engineering and genome sequencing technologies have provided the opportunity to improve the […]

Genomics week in brief: Week ending 28th November

A lot can happen in a week! But don’t worry we’ve got you covered with the latest round-up of the […]

CRISPR system destroys cancer cells

Researchers have utilised lipid nanoparticles to deliver CRISPR technology and found that this technology could destroy cancer cells within an […]

Dedifferentiated neurons: A hallmark of Alzheimer’s disease

Recent findings have revealed new mechanisms in neurons that cause Alzheimer’s disease. Specifically, researchers at the University of California San […]

On the horizon: In situ sequencing

Advancements in technologies, including single cell and spatial transcriptomics, have provided us with a finer view of our complex biology […]

Early results from the UK Biobank Exome Sequencing Consortium

The UK Biobank Exome Sequencing Consortium has released, as preprint in medRxiv, early results from the exome sequencing data generated […]

It’s time to talk about epigenetic clocks

Ageing. Mother nature’s curse, but a plastic surgeon’s blessing. All humans age. But how we age and most importantly how […]