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22/06/2022 - How mutations cause drug resistant typhoid bacteria
A range of mutations has led to antimicrobial resistance in many strains of typhoid bacteria, according to a new genetic study published today. More

17/06/2022 - Recommendations for gene testing athletes
Gene testing can be used to prevent sudden cardiac death in athletes, according to recommendations published today. More

16/06/2022 - Genes linked to severe COVID-19
More than 1,000 genes that are linked to the development of severe COVID-19 infection have been identified for the first time. More

16/06/2022 - Gene involved in chronic pain
A gene has been discovered that regulates pain sensitisation by amplifying pain signals within the spinal cord. More

13/06/2022 - 'Overwhelming' benefits of rapid whole genome sequencing for infants
Rapid whole genome sequencing should be offered as standard to help to diagnose infants who are born severely ill or who develop serious illness in the first few weeks of life, a European conference has heard. More

13/06/2022 - How extra chromosomes impact male health
Thousands of men may face increased risk of blood clotting diseases because they unknowingly carry an extra chromosome, British researchers have reported. More

27/05/2022 - New treatment hope after T cell activation discovery
Links between more than 100 genes and immune-system related diseases have been identified for the first time, offering hope of new therapies, British scientists say. More

20/05/2022 - Genes can predict response to arthritis treatment
Molecular profiling can help to predict the effectiveness of specific drug treatments on rheumatoid arthritis, British researchers have reported. More

12/05/2022 - Hypermutation linked to chemotherapy
Chemotherapy may be one of the key reasons why some men pass on genetic mutations to their children, British scientists reported last night. More

22/04/2022 - Telomere length associated with COVID-19 mortality
Telomeres may influence the severity of COVID-19 and the risk of dying from the disease, particularly in women, a European conference is to hear. More

22/04/2022 - Cancer researchers claim genetic "treasure trove"
British scientists have completed the most comprehensive genetic analysis of cancer tumours to date, leading to new clues about the link between mutations and environmental factors, it has been announced. More

19/04/2022 - Obesity link to female cancer investigated
Women who are obese throughout their lives face a doubled risk of developing endometrial cancer, British researchers report today. More

11/04/2022 - New gene targets for immune drugs
British scientists have found dozens of genes linked to autoimmune disorders, it has been announced. More

07/04/2022 - Specific genes in neurons linked to schizophrenia
Large numbers of specific genes could play important roles in the development of schizophrenia, the largest genetic study into the disorder has found. More

01/04/2022 - Global genomic surveillance strategy unveiled
The World Health Organization is to release a new ten year strategy aimed at increasing global genomic surveillance. More

30/03/2022 - Genes causally linked to immune disease
Scientists have reported progress on identifying the genetics of several immune-mediated diseases. More

23/03/2022 - Breast cancer-limiting protein found
A newly-found protein may limit the growth of oestrogen receptor-negative breast cancer, Swedish researchers have announced. More

08/03/2022 - New genetic variants identified for severe COVID-19
The world’s largest study into the genetics of severe COVID-19 has found new details about some of the biological mechanisms behind the disease. More

28/02/2022 - Genetic variant behind more serious disease outcomes
Scientists have explained why a common genetic variant worsens disease outcomes for people with adult-onset neurodegenerative diseases, it has been announced. More

22/02/2022 - NHS cancer gene testing flawed - analysis
Restricting cancer gene testing to people who meet the NHS eligibility criteria misses up to half of people at increased risk from inherited genetic changes linked to cancer, warns a new report. More

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