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    July 2022
  1. WAN Z, Hazel JW, Clayton EW, Vorobeychik Y, et al
    Sociotechnical safeguards for genomic data privacy.
    Nat Rev Genet. 2022;23:429-445.
    PubMed     Abstract available

    June 2022
  2. CLYDE D
    EpiDamID, a new single-cell multi-omics tool.
    Nat Rev Genet. 2022;23:323.

  3. FITZ-JAMES MH, Cavalli G
    Molecular mechanisms of transgenerational epigenetic inheritance.
    Nat Rev Genet. 2022;23:325-341.
    PubMed     Abstract available

    May 2022
    Genome-wide insights into human population structure.
    Nat Rev Genet. 2022;23:263.

    April 2022
  5. GURSOY G, Li T, Liu S, Ni E, et al
    Functional genomics data: privacy risk assessment and technological mitigation.
    Nat Rev Genet. 2022;23:245-258.
    PubMed     Abstract available

    March 2022
  6. CLYDE D
    Genomic insights into conifer evolution.
    Nat Rev Genet. 2022;23:136.

  7. WHALEN S, Schreiber J, Noble WS, Pollard KS, et al
    Navigating the pitfalls of applying machine learning in genomics.
    Nat Rev Genet. 2022;23:169-181.
    PubMed     Abstract available

  8. SNETKOVA V, Pennacchio LA, Visel A, Dickel DE, et al
    Perfect and imperfect views of ultraconserved sequences.
    Nat Rev Genet. 2022;23:182-194.
    PubMed     Abstract available

    February 2022
  9. PRZYBYLA L, Gilbert LA
    A new era in functional genomics screens.
    Nat Rev Genet. 2022;23:89-103.
    PubMed     Abstract available

  10. CONINE CC, Rando OJ
    Soma-to-germline RNA communication.
    Nat Rev Genet. 2022;23:73-88.
    PubMed     Abstract available

    January 2022
  11. LLOYD JPB, Lister R
    Epigenome plasticity in plants.
    Nat Rev Genet. 2022;23:55-68.
    PubMed     Abstract available

  12. KIM DS, Wheeler MT, Ashley EA
    The genetics of human performance.
    Nat Rev Genet. 2022;23:40-54.
    PubMed     Abstract available

  13. BIER E
    Gene drives gaining speed.
    Nat Rev Genet. 2022;23:5-22.
    PubMed     Abstract available

    December 2021
  14. BLOBEL GA, Higgs DR, Mitchell JA, Notani D, et al
    Testing the super-enhancer concept.
    Nat Rev Genet. 2021;22:749-755.

  15. LEIGH DM, van Rees CB, Millette KL, Breed MF, et al
    Opportunities and challenges of macrogenetic studies.
    Nat Rev Genet. 2021;22:791-807.
    PubMed     Abstract available

  16. WONG AK, Sealfon RSG, Theesfeld CL, Troyanskaya OG, et al
    Decoding disease: from genomes to networks to phenotypes.
    Nat Rev Genet. 2021;22:774-790.
    PubMed     Abstract available

    November 2021
  17. MCNERNEY MP, Doiron KE, Ng TL, Chang TZ, et al
    Theranostic cells: emerging clinical applications of synthetic biology.
    Nat Rev Genet. 2021;22:730-746.
    PubMed     Abstract available

  18. GELERNTER J, Polimanti R
    Genetics of substance use disorders in the era of big data.
    Nat Rev Genet. 2021;22:712-729.
    PubMed     Abstract available

    October 2021
  19. BALOGUN OD, Olopade OI
    Addressing health disparities in cancer with genomics.
    Nat Rev Genet. 2021;22:621-622.

  20. SEPLYARSKIY VB, Sunyaev S
    The origin of human mutation in light of genomic data.
    Nat Rev Genet. 2021;22:672-686.
    PubMed     Abstract available

    September 2021
  21. MEDEMA MH, de Rond T, Moore BS
    Mining genomes to illuminate the specialized chemistry of life.
    Nat Rev Genet. 2021;22:553-571.
    PubMed     Abstract available

  22. DELOT EC, Vilain E
    Towards improved genetic diagnosis of human differences of sex development.
    Nat Rev Genet. 2021;22:588-602.
    PubMed     Abstract available

  23. DE COSTER W, Weissensteiner MH, Sedlazeck FJ
    Towards population-scale long-read sequencing.
    Nat Rev Genet. 2021;22:572-587.
    PubMed     Abstract available

  24. MACKEN WL, Lucassen AM, Hanna MG, Pitceathly RDS, et al
    Mitochondrial DNA variants in genomic data: diagnostic uplifts and predictive implications.
    Nat Rev Genet. 2021;22:547-548.

    August 2021
    Quantifying the effect of reference genome choice.
    Nat Rev Genet. 2021;22:481.

  26. OH ES, Petronis A
    Origins of human disease: the chrono-epigenetic perspective.
    Nat Rev Genet. 2021;22:533-546.
    PubMed     Abstract available

  27. NEAFSEY DE, Taylor AR, MacInnis BL
    Advances and opportunities in malaria population genomics.
    Nat Rev Genet. 2021;22:502-517.
    PubMed     Abstract available

    June 2021
    Repetitive DNA: genomic dark matter matters.
    Nat Rev Genet. 2021;22:342.

  29. WANG H, Han M, Qi LS
    Engineering 3D genome organization.
    Nat Rev Genet. 2021;22:343-360.
    PubMed     Abstract available

    May 2021
  30. PEREIRA L, Mutesa L, Tindana P, Ramsay M, et al
    African genetic diversity and adaptation inform a precision medicine agenda.
    Nat Rev Genet. 2021;22:284-306.
    PubMed     Abstract available

    April 2021
    Grand designs of the nucleus.
    Nat Rev Genet. 2021;22:200-201.

    February 2021
  32. WIENER D, Schwartz S
    The epitranscriptome beyond m(6)A.
    Nat Rev Genet. 2021;22:119-131.
    PubMed     Abstract available

    January 2021
  33. KOCH L
    Nucleic-acid sequencing of proteomes.
    Nat Rev Genet. 2021;22:2.

  34. SUHRE K, McCarthy MI, Schwenk JM
    Genetics meets proteomics: perspectives for large population-based studies.
    Nat Rev Genet. 2021;22:19-37.
    PubMed     Abstract available

  35. NAM AS, Chaligne R, Landau DA
    Integrating genetic and non-genetic determinants of cancer evolution by single-cell multi-omics.
    Nat Rev Genet. 2021;22:3-18.
    PubMed     Abstract available

    November 2020
    African ancient DNA research requires robust ethics and permission protocols.
    Nat Rev Genet. 2020;21:645-647.

  37. LIN A, Sheltzer JM
    Discovering and validating cancer genetic dependencies: approaches and pitfalls.
    Nat Rev Genet. 2020;21:671-682.
    PubMed     Abstract available

    October 2020

  38. Marking a milestone.
    Nat Rev Genet. 2020;21:573.

  39. MCGUIRE AL, Gabriel S, Tishkoff SA, Wonkam A, et al
    The road ahead in genetics and genomics.
    Nat Rev Genet. 2020;21:581-596.
    PubMed     Abstract available

    Testing the developing epigenome.
    Nat Rev Genet. 2020;21:579.

  41. GIBBS RA
    The Human Genome Project changed everything.
    Nat Rev Genet. 2020;21:575-576.

  42. BYRD JB, Greene AC, Prasad DV, Jiang X, et al
    Responsible, practical genomic data sharing that accelerates research.
    Nat Rev Genet. 2020;21:615-629.
    PubMed     Abstract available

  43. LOGSDON GA, Vollger MR, Eichler EE
    Long-read human genome sequencing and its applications.
    Nat Rev Genet. 2020;21:597-614.
    PubMed     Abstract available

    September 2020
  44. BOMBARD Y, Hayeems RZ
    How digital tools can advance quality and equity in genomic medicine.
    Nat Rev Genet. 2020;21:505-506.

    August 2020
  45. KOCH L
    Exploring human genomic diversity with gnomAD.
    Nat Rev Genet. 2020;21:448.

  46. KOCH L
    Predicting mRNA levels from genome sequence.
    Nat Rev Genet. 2020;21:446-447.

  47. PENALBA JV, Wolf JBW
    From molecules to populations: appreciating and estimating recombination rate variation.
    Nat Rev Genet. 2020;21:476-492.
    PubMed     Abstract available

  48. ORTEU A, Jiggins CD
    The genomics of coloration provides insights into adaptive evolution.
    Nat Rev Genet. 2020;21:461-475.
    PubMed     Abstract available

  49. FRANTZ LAF, Bradley DG, Larson G, Orlando L, et al
    Animal domestication in the era of ancient genomics.
    Nat Rev Genet. 2020;21:449-460.
    PubMed     Abstract available

  50. LI R, Chen Y, Ritchie MD, Moore JH, et al
    Electronic health records and polygenic risk scores for predicting disease risk.
    Nat Rev Genet. 2020;21:493-502.
    PubMed     Abstract available

    July 2020
  51. KOCH L
    A platform for RNA virus cloning.
    Nat Rev Genet. 2020;21:388.

  52. KAPLI P, Yang Z, Telford MJ
    Phylogenetic tree building in the genomic age.
    Nat Rev Genet. 2020;21:428-444.
    PubMed     Abstract available

  53. KELLEY JL, Gilad Y
    Effective study design for comparative functional genomics.
    Nat Rev Genet. 2020;21:385-386.

  54. HOUSTON RD, Bean TP, Macqueen DJ, Gundappa MK, et al
    Harnessing genomics to fast-track genetic improvement in aquaculture.
    Nat Rev Genet. 2020;21:389-409.
    PubMed     Abstract available

  55. WAGNER DE, Klein AM
    Lineage tracing meets single-cell omics: opportunities and challenges.
    Nat Rev Genet. 2020;21:410-427.
    PubMed     Abstract available

    June 2020

  56. Better together.
    Nat Rev Genet. 2020;21:333.

  57. HUDSON M, Garrison NA, Sterling R, Caron NR, et al
    Rights, interests and expectations: Indigenous perspectives on unrestricted access to genomic data.
    Nat Rev Genet. 2020;21:377-384.
    PubMed     Abstract available

  58. RACIMO F, Sikora M, Vander Linden M, Schroeder H, et al
    Beyond broad strokes: sociocultural insights from the study of ancient genomes.
    Nat Rev Genet. 2020;21:355-366.
    PubMed     Abstract available

  59. DUPRAS C, Beauchamp E, Joly Y
    Selling direct-to-consumer epigenetic tests: are we ready?
    Nat Rev Genet. 2020;21:335-336.

    May 2020
    CRISPR screens beyond Cas9.
    Nat Rev Genet. 2020;21:273.

  61. GROZINGER CM, Zayed A
    Improving bee health through genomics.
    Nat Rev Genet. 2020;21:277-291.
    PubMed     Abstract available

    April 2020
  62. SHERMAN RM, Salzberg SL
    Pan-genomics in the human genome era.
    Nat Rev Genet. 2020;21:243-254.
    PubMed     Abstract available

  63. KEMPFER R, Pombo A
    Methods for mapping 3D chromosome architecture.
    Nat Rev Genet. 2020;21:207-226.
    PubMed     Abstract available

    March 2020
    Multi-omics shows the (default) way.
    Nat Rev Genet. 2020;21:134-135.

  65. CHEETHAM SW, Faulkner GJ, Dinger ME
    Overcoming challenges and dogmas to understand the functions of pseudogenes.
    Nat Rev Genet. 2020;21:191-201.
    PubMed     Abstract available

    February 2020
  66. KOCH L
    Plenty of single cells in the sea.
    Nat Rev Genet. 2020;21:70.

    January 2020
  67. KELSEY R
    Insights from Ugandan genomes.
    Nat Rev Genet. 2020;21:4.

    Single-cell genomics illuminates human forebrain development.
    Nat Rev Genet. 2020;21:2-3.

    December 2019
  69. PAYER LM, Burns KH
    Transposable elements in human genetic disease.
    Nat Rev Genet. 2019;20:760-772.
    PubMed     Abstract available

    November 2019
  70. SAUNDERS G, Baudis M, Becker R, Beltran S, et al
    Leveraging European infrastructures to access 1 million human genomes by 2022.
    Nat Rev Genet. 2019;20:693-701.
    PubMed     Abstract available

    October 2019
  71. BREED MF, Harrison PA, Blyth C, Byrne M, et al
    The potential of genomics for restoring ecosystems and biodiversity.
    Nat Rev Genet. 2019;20:615-628.
    PubMed     Abstract available

    September 2019

  72. Diversity matters.
    Nat Rev Genet. 2019;20:495.

  73. TSOSIE KS, Yracheta JM, Dickenson D
    Overvaluing individual consent ignores risks to tribal participants.
    Nat Rev Genet. 2019;20:497-498.

    August 2019
  74. KOCH L
    A map of human individuality.
    Nat Rev Genet. 2019;20:435.

    Epigenetic cancer evolution, one cell at a time.
    Nat Rev Genet. 2019;20:434-435.

  76. SCHOENFELDER S, Fraser P
    Long-range enhancer-promoter contacts in gene expression control.
    Nat Rev Genet. 2019;20:437-455.
    PubMed     Abstract available

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