Updates and announcements from EMBL-EBI
Researchers find that genetic changes in blood signal the risk of developing acute myeloid leukaemia years before the disease develops Read more
The virus acts at a large number of sites across the human genome, disrupting the regulation of tens of thousands of genes, which increases the risk of leukaemia Read more
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