A study in Cell Genomics provides insight into how glucocorticoids can lead to cancer immunotherapy failure via cystatin C production.
An Osaka Metropolitan University team reports in Nucleic Acids Research that transcriptional signatures of aging and maximum lifespan have similarities.
The group presents their approach on how to apply evidence codes to splicing predictions and other data in the American Journal of Human Genetics.
Researchers in PNAS conducted single-cell and single-nuclear sequencing of about 120,000 cells at three key timepoints in cochlear development to generate a transcriptomic atlas.
A new Genome Medicine study finds that in 79 of 80 cases with positive molecular findings, there was also clinical utility of the findings.
Researchers report in the New England Journal of Medicine that DOCK11 gene variants appear to affect T cell development and lead to their overactivation.
A Nature study delving into Y chromosome-related cancer features in men highlights aggressive bladder cancer cases and related immune effects in men with Y chromosome loss.
Researchers reporting in Nature Genetics describe hundreds of variant associations linked to hippocampal volume traits in individuals of European and non-European ancestry.
A PLOS Genetics paper reports on conservation genomic findings found by resequencing 73 Fortunella accessions, representing plants related to cultivated kumquats.
A new study in Genetics in Medicine investigates the phenotypic presentation of Mendelian disease across the diagnostic trajectory in electronic health records.