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Working to improve pipeline efficiency using genomics

Although the Food and Drug Administration approved a record number of novel therapeutics in 2020, only one drug out of […]

Exome variant discrepancies between reference genomes

Researchers at the Human Genome Sequencing Center at Baylor College of Medicine have identified genetic variant discrepancies between two human […]

Penetrance in monogenic metabolic conditions

Researchers have used exome sequencing data from 77,184 individuals to generate penetrance estimates and assess the utility of polygenic variation […]

Multi-Omics ONLINE – July Series

Sequencing technologies are continuously improving, making it easier to obtain more in-depth molecular information than ever before. As such, we […]

Understanding the role of genetic resistance in the UK ash tree population

This article was compiled from a recent webinar, delivered by Professor Richard Buggs and supported by Novogene, a genomic services […]

Genomics week in brief: Week ending 5th June

Another month, another genomics week in brief – full of all the latest genomics news and research from the past […]

Reimagine neuroscience with single cell and spatial multiomics

The nervous system is a complex system made up of a plethora of cell types. Neurological disorders represent a leading cause […]

A single-cell malaria atlas

Researchers have constructed an atlas by fine mapping the genetic changes that malaria parasites undergo during the infection lifecycle. Malaria […]

At last – a complete human genome sequence

The Telomere-to-Telomere Consortium has finally finished the first truly complete 3.05 billion base pair sequence of a human genome. This […]

Round-up: COVID-19 May 2021 (Part Two)

Keeping up with all the latest news and research surrounding the novel coronavirus can be difficult – so we have […]