Recent Submissions

• Stage-specific profiling of the transcriptome during oogenesis and identification of a novel type of small RNA within the zebrafish ($\textit{Danio rerio}$) ﻿

(Wellcome Trust Sanger Institute, University of Cambridge, 2016-11-08)
Developmental biology is an important field of study, as breakthroughs in this field can be used to understand aspects of evolution, more complex biological processes, and even diseases, such as cancer. Pathways and ...
• Identification and characterisation of host-pathogen protein-protein interactions in the blood stages of malaria ﻿

(2015-04-07)
Malaria is a widespread and serious disease which affects billions of people. Protein-protein interactions occurring between host and Plasmodium parasites are critical to the pathogenesis of malaria and thus represent prime ...
• Drivers of melanoma susceptibility ﻿

(2015-03-03)
Cutaneous melanoma is a cancer of melanocytes, the pigment-producing cells in our skin. It is one of the most aggressive human malignancies, constituting only about 2% of all dermatological cancers but being responsible ...
• Integrated approaches to elucidate the genetic architecture of congenital heart defects ﻿

(2014-02-04)
Congenital heart defects (CHD) are structural anomalies affecting the heart, are found in 1% of the population and arise during early stages of embryo development. Without surgical and medical interventions, most of the ...