Medical research

Understanding the wiring of the human genome

Around 98.5% of human DNA is non-coding, meaning it doesn't get copied to make proteins. A new study has connected many of these non-coding regions to the genes they affect and laid out guidelines for how researchers can ...

Oncology & Cancer

Deciphering the male breast cancer genome

Male breast cancer has distinct alterations in the tumor genome that may suggest potential treatment targets, according to a study by Weill Cornell Medicine investigators. They have conducted the first whole genome sequencing ...

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