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Iso-Seq SMRT Grant Winner to Study Alternative Splicing in Neurons

ISO-SEQ SMRT GRANT WINNER TO STUDY ALTERNATIVE SPLICING IN NEURONS

Xiaochang Zhang, an assistant professor at the University of Chicago, is poised to get a powerful new data set to help his team understand...

DNA ISLANDS EFFECTIVE AS 'ANTI-BACTERIAL DRONES'

Genomic 'islands' that evolved from viruses can be converted into 'drones' that disable Staphylococcus aureus, bacteria that are often...

 
 
 

CRISPR SCREEN IDENTIFIES ZIKA-FIGHTING GENE

CRISPR gene editing is being widely adopted as a tool for genome-scale screening, and a team at the University of Texas Southwestern...

LEARNING AND IMPUTATION FOR MASS-SPEC BIAS REDUCTION

AbstractMotivationDecreasing costs are making it feasible to perform time series proteomics and genomics experiments with more replicates...

 
 
 

ZINC FINGER NUCLEASE‐MEDIATED TARGETING OF MULTIPLE TRANSGENES TO AN ENDOGENOUS SOYBEAN GENOMIC LOCUS VIA NON‐HOMOLOGOUS END JOINING

Plant Biotechnology Journal, Volume 0, Issue ja , -Not available-.

Use of WGS in Europe continues to increase

USE OF WGS IN EUROPE CONTINUES TO INCREASE

Two-thirds of 30 European countries were routinely using whole genome sequencing in 2017 for national surveillance of at least one...

 
 
 
IAmScience Wes Warren

IAMSCIENCE WES WARREN

By Erica Overfelt | Bond LSC When you walk into Wes Warren's office you may notice the Charles Darwin bobble head, or the platypus...

 
 
 
3 Life Science Startups Join San Diego's Ad Astra Accelerator

3 LIFE SCIENCE STARTUPS JOIN SAN DIEGO'S AD ASTRA ACCELERATOR

Three San Diego life science startups have been selected to go through the Ad Astra Ventures accelerator program, a relatively new...

Must-Have PacBio Applications & Services: Getting the Most from SMRT Sequencing

MUST-HAVE PACBIO APPLICATIONS & SERVICES: GETTING THE MOST FROM SMRT SEQUENCING

In addition to the most common applications, like whole genome sequencing for de novo assembly, there are several other features you...

 
 
 

CRISPR SCREEN IDENTIFIES GENE THAT HELPS CELLS RESIST WEST NILE, ZIKA VIRUSES

Researchers now report the first use of CRISPR genome-wide screening to identify a gene that helps cells resist flavivirus infection.

WHEAT GENOME BLUEPRINT ACCELERATES INNOVATION

"The wheat blueprint will enable us to decipher the genetic basis of important traits in wheat, such as genes responsible for resistance...

 
 
 
IAmScience Bing Yang

IAMSCIENCE BING YANG

By Erica Overfelt | Bond LSC Rice ties together much of Bing Yang's life. From his childhood in China where his father farmed the crop...

Y Chromosomes in the News and MeToo

Y CHROMOSOMES IN THE NEWS AND METOO

The firing of CBS CEO Leslie Moonves for his alleged history of revolting attacks on women and the upcoming one-year anniversary of...

 
 
 
Building a Digital Genome Ark: Vertebrate Genome Project Releases 15 New Reference Genomes

BUILDING A DIGITAL GENOME ARK: VERTEBRATE GENOME PROJECT RELEASES 15 NEW REFERENCE GENOMES

The duck-billed platypus genome is one of 15 high-quality assemblies released by the Vertebrate Genome Project When creating a global...

TEAM Electrical/Mechanical Lab Is Here to Help All Makers

TEAM ELECTRICAL/MECHANICAL LAB IS HERE TO HELP ALL MAKERS

Cutting-edge technology and professional assistance make clients' designs happen September 12, 2018 Prosthetics, medical models and...

 
 
 
Epic Sciences raises $52M Series E round to advance liquid biopsy diagnostics

EPIC SCIENCES RAISES $52M SERIES E ROUND TO ADVANCE LIQUID BIOPSY DIAGNOSTICS

The San Diego-based firm plans to integrate its “No Cell Left Behind” platform with electronic medical records and big data analytics.

WCMC Guest Lecture: Ameer Taha, ‘Omega-6 linoleic acid regulates brain signaling and function through its oxidized metabolites.'

WCMC GUEST LECTURE: AMEER TAHA, ‘OMEGA-6 LINOLEIC ACID REGULATES BRAIN SIGNALING AND FUNCTION THROUGH ITS OXIDIZED METABOLITES.'

When: September 19th, 2018 Where: Genome Center auditorium, GBSF 1005 Who: Professor Ameer Taha, UC Davis Department of Food Science...

 
 
 

ENHANCER REPROGRAMMING IN MAMMALIAN GENOMES

Transcription factor binding site loss, gain, and reshuffling within the sequence of a regulatory element could alter the function...

PRIORITISING CANDIDATE GENES CAUSING QTL USING HIERARCHICAL ORTHOLOGOUS GROUPS

MotivationA key goal in plant biotechnology applications is the identification of genes associated to particular phenotypic traits...