High Resolution Genomics: current and future opportunities in Oxford
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Genetics: finding genes for schizophrenia. Curr Biol , 24 (16)
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Is there an excess of significant findings in published studies of psychotherapy for depression? Psychol Med
The question of how many of the 3 billion letters in the human genome are doing something useful and how many are just evolutionary leftovers with no function – ‘junk DNA’ – has been difficult to answer. Now scientists from Oxford’s ...
Research on the genetics of endometriosis by Dr Krina Zondervan, PI at WTCHG and Co-director of the Oxford Endometriosis CaRe Centre, has contributed to a new research partnership between Oxford's Department of Obstetrics and Gynaecology and Bayer HealthCare.
Whole-genome sequencing promises to transform the search for genetic variants that might aid diagnosis in patients with a wide variety of diseases. A software tool developed at WTCHG brings this promise a step closer to reality by offering a quick ...More news
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The Centre for Personalised Medicine is a joint initiative of the WTCHG and St Anne's College.