Randomised controlled trials are a rigorous way to identify cause and effect, but when it comes to rare genomic variants, connections can be hard to detect

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31 research domains will work to improve clinical application and interpretation of genomic data to benefit patients

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St George's University launches five-week online course in genomics

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Sequencing the genome is just the start; interpreting the sequence is the next big challenge

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The GEP team enjoyed a jam-packed four days at the European conference

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Studies have identified genes that can influence a person's exercise performance and response, as well as their propensity for injury

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Visit us on stand 510 to find out about our latest activity and plans

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Modified virus known as T-vec mounts dual attack on cancer cells

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Whole genome sequencing can reveal vast amounts about how cancer cells work, but the process of discovery is not without challenges

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Programme aimed at NHS staff in England keen to study genomics

Technology used to analyse the human genome can be applied to infective agents to identify and track the outbreak

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Genomics can help to target treatments for patients with cancer, rare inherited conditions, and infectious diseases

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A ground-breaking survey on health professionals, researchers and the public's attitudes towards genomics raises some important questions

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While still in their infancy, gene therapy techniques could hold great promise for patients with rare diseases

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