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Genomics is the branch of molecular biology concerned with the structure, function, evolution, and mapping of genomes.
Next generation molecular medicine: unlocking big data for precision oncology and infectious disease
Join the international [BC]2 conference and EMBO meeting at BASEL LIFE from 9–12 September: a unique opportunity for today’s scientists to get insights and share the latest discoveries, resources and approaches to make sense of genomic and health-related “big data” for molecular medicine – from precision oncology to infectious diseases.
A new study has used combined therapies to eliminate HIV from mice models, providing potential future cures.
Unique considerations surrounding the bureaucracy and oversight in the use of human biospecimens in the European Union.
High content data derived for complex immuno-oncology research facilitates a deeper understanding of the tissue microenvironment.
A study has reported that genes delivered to rhesus monkeys are still being expressed four years later.
A new study has identified a key molecule involved in Lyme arthritis which presents options for preventative therapies.
Researchers have presented their new technology for accurately inserting genes into the genome without cutting DNA.
The advent of CRISPR/Cas9 gene editing, together with the plummeting cost of whole-genome sequencing, has cleared a path for the development of customised cancer cell models. Here, we discuss recent developments in the field and challenges associated with targeted-therapy resistance.
A recent study has uncovered a key mechanism that allows some of the world's deadliest viruses to replicate.