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Researchers target a tiny strand of RNA to try to treat hepatitis C.
You will soon be able to compare your DNA with that of friends.
Charles Rotimi explains why a more complete snapshot of genetic variation is important.
A newly identified risk factor for heart disease also seems to indicate which patients will benefit from popular statin therapies.
A new genetic database could help reveal why animals age so differently.
Comparing fruit flies reveals a new way to identify the functional elements of genomes.
Monsanto is developing genetically modified plants that use RNA interference to kill the insects that eat them.
New drugs that mimic mutations found in buff animals could treat muscle-wasting diseases.
A genetic variation may determine who needs a drug to help them kick the habit.