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New skeletal disease uncovered

A group of researchers led by physician and Associate Professor Giedre Grigelioniene (Karolinska Institutet) have identified a previously unknown skeletal dysplasia. The study, now published in Nature Medicine, describes the molecular mechanism behind this rare condition.

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Less snow may hasten climate change

According to a new study, led by SciLifeLab Fellow Sari Peura, a decreased snow cover on lakes increase the levels of methane, something that may hasten climate change.

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Evolution of common weed depends on parental legacy

A recent study led by Martin Lascoux (SciLifeLab/Uppsala University) shows how the evolutionary trajectory of a newly formed tetraploid species of plant closely depends on its parental legacy and on DNA presence from its diploid relatives.

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Portal to help interpret cancer data developed

The first patients have been selected for precision cancer therapy using the Molecular Tumor Board portal, a platform to support clinical decisions based on the genomics profile of the tumors. The Molecular Tumor Board portal is developed by researchers at Karolinska Institutet and SciLifeLab.

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