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Although ‘haplo' means 'simple', the science can be anything but. Find out what’s hap-pening with haplotypes in our guide
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We explore one type of epigenetic modification, its function in our genome and the rare conditions that have been linked to it
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What are RNA therapies and how are they used? We compare the two licensed types – antisense and RNA interference – to find out more
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Everyone has unique variants in their genome - and many are harmless - but which types can have an impact on our health and how do they occur?
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You’ve seen the headlines and heard people talk about having ‘the gene for’ x, y or z – but do you know the facts behind the headlines?
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Following the recent NHS announcement that WES will be used for critically ill babies and children, we explore what it is and the benefits it could bring
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'Functional genomics' is a phrase that crops up frequently in discussion around genomics, but what does it actually mean?
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A complex and serious issue, obesity is the result of a combination of factors; but at least some our destiny lies in our genomes
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You might already know about the genome, but what of the other 'omes’ that affect our health – from the microbiome to the epigenome?
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We explore one of the many phenomena that show genomics to be far more complex than the ‘one gene per characteristic’ rule
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You’ve heard of the genome – our complete set of DNA – but do you know about mitochondrial DNA and its relevance to health?
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We know that different people react differently to drugs. But how does this actually happen? And where does genomics come in?