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New! WTCHG blog

What is genome sequencing worth to healthcare providers and patients? New on the blog is a report on the recent Personalised Medicine and Resource Allocation Conference, jointly organised by Oxford's Centre for Personalised Medicine and Health Economics Research Centre.

High profile seminars

Ines Barroso

Friday 24 April 12:00 noon  ‘Genes and Metabolism:  What lessons have we learned so far?’ Dr Inês  Barroso, Wellcome Trust Sanger Institute and University of Cambridge Metabolic Research Laboratories.

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Recent publications

Classification of macroscopic quantum effects Optics Communications , 337
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Characterization of the residual stresses in spray-formed steels using neutron diffraction Scripta Materialia , 100
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Evaluation of the Efficacy of ChAd63-MVA Vectored Vaccines Expressing Circumsporozoite Protein and ME-TRAP Against Controlled Human Malaria Infection in Malaria-Naive Individuals. J Infect Dis , 211 (7)
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Who do you think you really are?

Who do you think you really are?

Updated 19/03/2015

The first fine-scale analysis of the population of the UK shows that subtle variations in the genetic make-up of modern Britons reflect the history of their islands’ colonisation by peoples from mainland Europe since the last Ice Age. ‘It has long ...

A cut above: structure shows how enzyme suppresses developmental protein

A cut above: structure shows how enzyme suppresses developmental protein

Updated 27/02/2015

A variety of signalling molecules ensure that the process of development from an undifferentiated ball of cells to an adult of the right size and shape proceeds according to plan. Matthias Zebisch at the Structural Biology Division (STRUBI) in ...

New route to polio vaccine

New route to polio vaccine

Updated 17/02/2015

Dave Stuart, co-director of the Structural Biology Division (STRUBI) at WTCHG, is participating in a new programme to develop a synthetic polio vaccine that mimics the structure of the virus while containing no genetic material.

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Podcast: Welcome to WTCHG

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WTCHG brochure

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The WTCHG has produced a 64-page brochure introducing the work of its research groups, its history and its international collaborations. You can read it here, or for a hard copy please contact us here.