Articles Authored by Aayushi Pratap
Researchers Use Multiomic Data to Generate Genetic Scores to Predict Disease, Traits
Using a machine leaning model, University of Cambridge-led researchers developed genetic scores for 17,227 molecular traits.
Cell-Free DNA Sequencing Can Detect Clonal Hematopoiesis in Cancer Patients
Researchers used the new technique on 4,324 plasma samples of cancer patients.
Reactivated Promoters in Transposable Elements Help Form Unique Tumor Antigens
The finding of tumor-specific cell-surface antigens resulting from TE-chimeric transcripts lays the foundation for developing a pan-cancer vaccine, according to the authors.
International Team Develops New Method to Detect Protein Isoforms in the Human Proteome
The study identified more than 1 million peptides from 17,717 different protein groups from six human cell lines.
Genetic Risk of Substance Use Disorders Untangled in Large-Scale GWAS Meta-Analysis
The study, of over 1 million individuals with European ancestry and almost 100,000 of African descent, found loci associated with general and substance-specific addiction.
Genetic Causes of Three Rare Diseases Identified From UK 100K Genomes Data by Mount Sinai-led Team
The study is one of the largest on rare diseases and could pave the way for better diagnosis and treatments, according to the researchers.
New NASEM Report Suggests Dropping Race, Ethnicity Tags From Genetic, Genomic Studies
In the report, an NASEM committee has compiled a list of recommendations for genetic researchers to ensure appropriate usage of population descriptors.
Protein-Truncating Variants Confer Schizophrenia Risk Across Human Populations
A recent study also found two new genes involved in schizophrenia risk that could become potential therapeutic targets.