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The HLA-B and FOXP4 DNA regions may be the link between Covid-19 symptom severity and our genome, according to two papers
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New research shows that the same genes that helped our ancestors survive the bubonic plague are still hard at work today
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But how was it found, and could it help open up new avenues for treatment?
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As we approach the end of 2021, we look back on the key developments in genomics and their impact on healthcare and society
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In light of new research, we revisit the role our genome plays in the severity of Covid-19 symptoms
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As the UK reaches a mega sequencing milestone, we look at how the data could be used to better prepare us for the future
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An international collaboration has discovered new links between our genome and the variable onset and severity of Covid-19
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We bust another Covid-19 myth – this time about how mRNA vaccines work – in our latest blog post
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Covid-19 can’t be treated with antibiotics, so why are patients receiving them and what impact could this have on human health?
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What do we know about the new strain of coronavirus sweeping across the UK? And how did genomics help us get there?
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In the first of two articles reflecting on this year, we look at how genomics became central to tackling an unprecedented global pandemic
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A newly discovered gene within the genome of the SARS-CoV-2 virus could offer clues about its origins and a possible target for treatment