Biology for the post-genomic era
Genome Biology publishes research articles, new methods and software tools, in addition to reviews and opinions, from the full spectrum of biology, including molecular, cellular, organism or population biology studied from a genomic perspective, as well as sequence analysis, bioinformatics, proteomics, comparative biology and evolution.
- Clare Garvey PhD, Genome Biology
MethodA new method for the estimation of intra-tumor heterogeneity from single sample SNP array and sequencing data
ResearchUsing transcriptomic and other genomic data it is possible to predict a subject’s reduction in cholesterol levels in response to statins
MethodA new method for studying cancer heterogeneity and subclonality through identification of epigenetic loci affected by the clonal evolution
MethodAn in vivo transposon-based method for validation of cancer mutations
MethodA new method for the analysis of cancer clonality using SNP array and DNA-seq data
ResearchThe genome of an Antarctic fish reveals that hemoglobin and mitochondrial proteins may have driven its adaption to the cold
Research highlightA Research highlight from Nam-Hai Chua discusses recent advances in understanding the effect of sRNAs on root-biotic interactions
ResearchAnalysis of the Medicago miRNAome identifies novel miRNAs involved in regulating responses to the biotic and abiotic environment
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The genomics of cancer progression and heterogeneity
Published: 7 August 2014
Last updated: 27 September 2014