Posts Tagged: single cell


Revealing the etiology of an avian disease

Runting-stunting syndrome (RSS), also known as malabsorption syndrome, is an infectious poultry disease affecting the intestinal tract of broilers at a very young age. RSS leads to retarded growth, feathering abnormality, diarrhea and other enteric problems, resulting in significant economic losses in the poultry industry. A number of studies have implicated RNA and DNA viruses as… Read article →


Application of single cell technology in genome editing

The development and widespread adoption of new genome editing techniques in basic and clinical research have yielded an impressive number of success stories and hold great promise for the treatment of diseases with a genetic component, gene therapy and synthetic biology. In particular, the recent explosion in genome editing due to CRISPR-Cas and similar systems… Read article →


The Bioscientist Webinar Festival – a pool of educational content

Here at QIAGEN, one of our main aims is to provide you with excellent, actionable resources that will support you in your research and experiments. As a result, we create content on a regular basis that can help you gain insights into important topics of scientific and specialized interest. As part of this ongoing effort,… Read article →