The overall aim of our research is to identify and characterize new patterns and mechanisms of genomic structural alteration in disease, and the genetic causes of cancer transmissibility between individuals.
- Patterns and mechanisms of structural variation in cancer development and disease.
- Roles of retrotransposons and viruses in cancer and disease.
- New genetic determinants of cancer under the sea.
- Genetic causes of transmissible cancers.
MSIMEP: Predicting microsatellite instability from microarray DNA methylation tumor profiles
Mitochondrial genome sequencing of marine leukaemias reveals cancer contagion between clam species in the Seas of Southern Europe
Assessing the elemental fingerprints of cockle shells (Cerastoderma edule) to confirm their geographic origin from regional to international spatial scales
Aberrant integration of Hepatitis B virus DNA promotes major restructuring of human hepatocellular carcinoma genome architecture
Pan-cancer analysis of whole genomes