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From our involvement in the Human Genome Project, to our efforts to understand the genetic basis of disease, we have been involved in some of the most important discoveries of the 20th and 21st Centuries.

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Using healthy skin to identify cancer's origins

Using healthy skin to identify cancer's origins21.05.15: Cancer-associated DNA changes exist in 25 per cent of normal skin cells

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Drug target for asthma discovered

Drug target for asthma discovered12.05.15: Identification of gene's role in asthma could lead to therapy

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Antibiotic resistant typhoid detected in countries around the world

Antibiotic resistant typhoid detected in countries around the world11.05.15: Unappreciated global spread of multiple antimicrobial resistant typhoid mapped by international consortium

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Patient cancer cells help to test treatments

Patient cancer cells help to test treatments07.05.15: Organoids made of human tissue can predict patient response to drugs

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Most people eager to know the secrets of their genetics

Most people eager to know the secrets of their genetics29.04.15: Largest survey of public attitudes shows perceived value of genomic data

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Action against antibiotic resistance begins with the community

Action against antibiotic resistance begins with the community28.04.15: Community-based study unravels global transmission and resistance patterns in emerging Shigella strain

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