[PMID: 29217838] [Nature Reviews Cancer]
An evolutionary perspective on field cancerization
“Field cancerization, which is the replacement of the normal cell population by a cancer-primed cell population that may show no morphological change, is now recognized to underlie the development of many types of cancer, including the common carcinomas of the lung, colon, skin, prostate and bladder. Field cancerization is the consequence of the evolution of somatic cells in the body that results in cells that carry some but not all phenotypes required for malignancy.”
[PMID: 29019985] [Nature]
DNA sequencing at 40: past, present and future
“This review commemorates the 40th anniversary of DNA sequencing”
[PMID: 28974235] [Genome Biology]
Alignment-free sequence comparison: benefits, applications, and tools
A review of Alignment-free sequence analyses tools.
[PMID: 28886379] [Cell]
Putting p53 in Context
Great review about P53 in human cancers.
 [Genome Biology]
Increasing mapping precision of genome-wide association studies: to genotype and impute, sequence, or both?
The war between CDCV and CDRV continues. How far the causal variant(s) away from the GWAS hits? Still many different answers.