Posts Tagged: NGS

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Keep calm, the chaperones are on!

The original nano-machines I was quite excited to hear the announcement that the 2016 Nobel Prize in Chemistry was awarded to a group of 3 European scientists for developing “nano-machines,” a technological breakthrough which crafted the path for the world’s first smart materials. Sir Fraser Stoddart, Bernard Feringa and Jean-Pierre Sauvage developed the world´s smallest… Read article →


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Novel digital sequencing technology promises to advance oncology research

As research uncovers the underlying mutations and mechanisms that drive oncogenesis and cancer progression, it’s becoming clearer that cures are likely to come not from a single silver bullet, but from identifying each individual’s personal cancer drivers. Next-generation sequencing (NGS) is the leading strategy for finding sequence variants and fusion genes responsible for cancer, and targeted… Read article →


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Missing half your microRNA sequencing data? This is how you get it back.

Want to discover a new circulating miRNA biomarker, or characterize the miRNome of a new species? microRNA sequencing is the future of gene regulation analysis, providing unmatched specificity for closely related microRNAs as well as the ability to detect novel noncoding transcripts. But challenges in the current workflow can cause up to half of microRNA… Read article →