Genome Medicine

Genome Medicine publishes peer-reviewed research articles, new methods and software tools in all areas of medicine studied from a post-genomic perspective. The journal also provides review and comment on the latest advances in translational genomics and personalized medicine, and their implications for the clinical and ethical management of human health and disease.

Publisher
BioMed Central

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Genetics

Differences in immune responses due to age, sex and genetics

Age, sex, and specific human genetic variants are the key factors behind differences between immune responses among healthy humans, finds a study of 1,000 individuals carried out by EPFL and the Pasteur Institute.

Oncology & Cancer

A novel data-driven method to personalize cancer treatment

Identifying and prioritizing treatment options based on a patient's profile of genetic alterations is a major challenge in personalized cancer medicine. A new data-driven approach called PanDrugs can help to this end. This ...

Genetics

Natural barcodes enable better cell tracking

Each of us carries in our genomes about 10 million genetic variations called single nucleotide polymorphisms (SNPs), which represent a difference of just one letter in the genetic code. Every human's pattern of SNPs is unique ...

Genetics

Computer-aided facial analysis helps diagnosis

In rare diseases, the computer-aided image analysis of patient portraits can facilitate and significantly improve diagnosis. This is demonstrated by an international team of scientists under the leadership of the University ...

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