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A project aims to convert the slew of newly identified disease-risk genes into useful medical information.
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.