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Mapping the genomics of sexually transmitted infections – The Peter Doherty Institute for Infection and Immunity

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A group of researchers from an Australian institution have mapped the genomics of various sexually transmitted infections (STIs) using genomic sequencing technology. This project aims to identify the genetic traits of each STI, which can then be used to better understand the patterns of disease spread and inform the development of targeted treatments. The researchers also hope to gain insights into how STI transmission occurs within populations and across borders, enabling more effective public health strategies to be developed. This work will contribute to the global effort to address the ongoing spread of STIs and their associated health risks.

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