Blog January 2018

January 24, 2018
The axolotl is an odd creature. It never really grows up and stays in its larval stage throughout life. It looks like an anime character. It regenerates limbs effortlessly. And it has the largest genome ever assembled: 32 ...MORE
The axolotl is an odd creature. It never really grows up and stays in its larval stage throughout life. It looks like an ...MORE
The axolotl is an odd creature. It never really grows up and stays in its larval stage throughout life. It looks like an anime character. It regenerates limbs effortlessly. And it has the largest genome ever assembled: 32 ...MORE
January 18, 2018
This year’s PAG XXVI started with a bang, as Bionano scientist Yang Zhang opened the meeting for us on Saturday with a talk on early results of the Direct Label and Stain (DLS) chemistry. We stayed until Wednesday, when we ...MORE
This year’s PAG XXVI started with a bang, as Bionano scientist Yang Zhang opened the meeting for us on Saturday with a ...MORE
This year’s PAG XXVI started with a bang, as Bionano scientist Yang Zhang opened the meeting for us on Saturday with a talk on early results of the Direct Label and Stain (DLS) chemistry. We stayed until Wednesday, when we ...MORE
January 11, 2018
The International Plant & Animal Genome (PAG) conference in San Diego has been Bionano’s favorite for years. After all, the genome assembly community has long embraced Bionano maps to build the best genomes, and the ...MORE
The International Plant & Animal Genome (PAG) conference in San Diego has been Bionano’s favorite for years. ...MORE
The International Plant & Animal Genome (PAG) conference in San Diego has been Bionano’s favorite for years. After all, the genome assembly community has long embraced Bionano maps to build the best genomes, and the ...MORE