Researchers in Human Genetics and Genomics Advances report that how researchers describe genomic studies may alienate potential participants.
In a Novartis-sponsored study in the New England Journal of Medicine, researchers found that a CRISPR-Cas9-based treatment targeting promoters of genes encoding fetal hemoglobin could reduce disease symptoms.
Researchers report in mSystems that infants experienced an enrichment in Clostridium sensu stricto 1 and Finegoldia and a depletion of Bacteroides before developing eczema.
A study in Nature suggests epitope editing in donor stem cells prior to bone marrow transplants can stave off toxicity when targeting acute myeloid leukemia with immunotherapy.
A JAMA Dermatology paper points to melanoma-related gut microbial community shifts, along with differences in gut microbiomes of early- or late-stage melanoma cases.
A JAMA Network Open study suggests African ancestry has stronger ties to tumor subtype and aggressiveness than mortality risk, which was influenced by socioeconomic factors.
Researchers elucidate the molecular mechanism through which lecanemab may have a therapeutic benefit in patients with Alzheimer's disease in a study appearing in PNAS.
In PNAS, researchers find that male STEM PhD students have a higher chance of filing their first patent during training than female students.
A study in the Journal of Genetic Counseling finds that participants who watched an educational animated movie before genetic counseling were three times more likely to make an informed choice.
Researchers report in Nature Ecology & Evolution that they have sequenced nearly all living kākāpō, a critically endangered parrot from New Zealand.