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14/01/2022 - African clue to anti-COVID gene
Swedish researchers say they have pinpointed a gene variant that protects against severe COVID infection. More

06/01/2022 - How Neanderthal genes increase vascular risk
A small number of modern humans who carry Neanderthal genes may face significantly increased risk for vascular and inflammatory disease, according to a new study. More

04/01/2022 - 46 mutations in new African variant
A new COVID variant, with dozens of mutations, has caused a cluster of cases in southern France after being imported from central Africa, scientists have reported. More

23/12/2021 - Dark genome discovery could help schizophrenia patients
New proteins discovered in recently evolved regions of the dark genome could be targeted for the diagnosis and treatment of schizophrenia and bipolar disorder, new research published today suggests. More

26/11/2021 - Alarm as highly mutated nu variant emerges
The UK restricted travel to southern Africa last night after the discovery of an alarming new variant of the COVID virus. More

18/11/2021 - Experts debate genome sequencing in babies
A phased rollout of genome sequencing in newborns, guided by oversight bodies, should be introduced, genome experts say today. More

11/11/2021 - Major genome project reveals rare diseases - and treatments
Whole genome sequencing can successfully be used to diagnose previously unrecognised rare diseases, according to a major British research project. More

08/11/2021 - How genome sequencing can change child cancer care
Whole genome sequencing can feasibly be performed for children with cancer – and can frequently change diagnosis or treatment, a major UK conference will hear today. More

20/10/2021 - Call for prostate screening in at-risk men
Men with Lynch syndrome benefit from targeted PSA testing for prostate cancer, according to a study published today. More

19/10/2021 - Genetic causes of TB drug resistance identified
Almost all the genomic variation that gives people resistance to 13 of the most common tuberculosis drug treatments have been identified for the first time. More

14/10/2021 - Cell mutations can prevent oesophageal cancer
Cell mutations can help prevent cancer as well as cause it, according to a new study of oesophageal disease. More

01/10/2021 - DNA mutations not solely responsible for ageing
Small mutations accumulating in DNA are unlikely to be fully responsible for ageing, according to a new study. More

01/09/2021 - Gene clue to Huntington's disease progression
Genetic discoveries are opening up new therapeutic options for Huntington's disease, British researchers have reported. More

31/08/2021 - Hope for endometriosis drug target
A potential drug treatment for endometriosis could available after a gene that increases the risk of the condition was identified. More

31/08/2021 - Genetic association with lack of adherence to medication
Adherence to medication prescriptions can be affected by a range of genetic factors, a European conference has heard. More

27/08/2021 - Major progress in osteoarthritis research
A major step forward has been made in understanding genetic risk factors in osteoarthritis, researchers have reported. More

13/08/2021 - Gene variants cause hypertension in pregnancy
A unique pair of gene variants has been discovered that causes hypertension in pregnancy, a new global study has revealed. More

11/08/2021 - Protein clue to non-invasive breast cancer outcome
There is growing weight of evidence for the role of human epidermal growth factor receptor in predicting outcome of breast cancer, British scientists report today. More

30/07/2021 - Gene therapy programme launched for neurodegenerative diseases
An innovative gene therapy programme has been launched that could lead to novel treatments for neurodegenerative diseases. More

14/07/2021 - Macular degeneration proteins pinpointed
Researchers have found a set of five proteins which are linked to age-related macular degeneration, it has been announced. More

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