University of Tübingen
University of Tübingen bioinformaticians describe pymCADRE, a Python-based update to the mCADRE metabolomic analysis software to aid in antiviral development.
Beethoven's Genome Offers Clues to Composer's Liver Disease, Family History
Researchers analyzed DNA from authenticated hair samples of the German composer, identifying liver disease risk variants along with hepatitis B virus sequences.
Ice Age European History Refined With Ancient DNA Sequences
Researchers brought together ancient genomic and archaeological clues to untangle population interactions and migrations before, during, and after the Last Glacial Maximum.
Ancient Siberian Genomes Point to Interconnected Populations, Gene Flow From Native Americans
By analyzing 10 newly sequenced individuals going back up to 7,500 years, researchers retraced relationships between ancient populations in North Asia, Europe, and North America.
Genomic Data Spanning 2K Years Gives Glimpse of Etruscan Origins, Population Changes
The Etruscans of Iron Age central Italy were closely related to neighboring populations, despite speaking a non-Indo-European language.