Queen Mary University of London
Envisagenics, Cancer Research UK, Queen Mary University Collaborate on AML Drug R&D
Cold Spring Harbor spinout Envisagenics will apply its AI technology to multiomics data in pursuit of new therapies for acute myeloid leukemia and other hematopoietic cancers.
GWAS of More Than Five Million People Uncovers Thousands of Height-Associated SNPs
Within European-ancestry populations, these variants account for all the variation in height that is thought to be attributable to genetic factors.
Team Describes 'Ongoing' Mitochondrial DNA Insertions in Human Genome
With genome sequence data for tens of thousands of individuals, researchers characterized the insertion of nuclear-mitochondrial segments in the human genome.
Extrachromosomal DNA Appears to Boost Cancer Adaptability, Impact Drug Response
Researchers demonstrated that random inheritance of extrachromosomal DNAs can boost cancer development, while helping a subset of tumor cells adapt to evade treatment.
Ancient Wolf Genomes Reveal Ice Age Population Connections, Clues to Origins of Dogs
Based on dozens of ancient wolf genomes, researchers detected genetic connectedness during the Ice Age and proposed at least two wolf sources of dog domestication.