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May 10, 2019
An incredibly deep coverage of the human genome, increased throughput, and a new analysis pipeline designed for the automatic detection of rare variants in low allele fraction to address tumor heterogeneity. Two years after the ...MORE
An incredibly deep coverage of the human genome, increased throughput, and a new analysis pipeline designed for the ...MORE
An incredibly deep coverage of the human genome, increased throughput, and a new analysis pipeline designed for the automatic detection of rare variants in low allele fraction to address tumor heterogeneity. Two years after the ...MORE
May 10, 2019
Bionano Genomics was pleased to be in historic San Antonio for this year’s Association of Biomolecular Resource Facilities (ABRF) annual meeting.  During the meeting we had the chance to interact and share ideas with the ...MORE
Bionano Genomics was pleased to be in historic San Antonio for this year’s Association of Biomolecular Resource ...MORE
Bionano Genomics was pleased to be in historic San Antonio for this year’s Association of Biomolecular Resource Facilities (ABRF) annual meeting.  During the meeting we had the chance to interact and share ideas with the ...MORE
February 9, 2019
Bionano Genomics was thrilled to be a part of this year’s International Plant & Animal Genome (PAG) conference in San Diego.  As a company we look forward to PAG each year as we get to see numerous examples first-hand ...MORE
Bionano Genomics was thrilled to be a part of this year’s International Plant & Animal Genome (PAG) conference in ...MORE
Bionano Genomics was thrilled to be a part of this year’s International Plant & Animal Genome (PAG) conference in San Diego.  As a company we look forward to PAG each year as we get to see numerous examples first-hand ...MORE
January 26, 2019
Two thirds of our genome consists of repetitive sequences, and until recently many scientists didn’t care all that much. But as our understanding of the genome improves, so does our insight in the importance of many of ...MORE
Two thirds of our genome consists of repetitive sequences, and until recently many scientists didn’t care all that ...MORE
Two thirds of our genome consists of repetitive sequences, and until recently many scientists didn’t care all that much. But as our understanding of the genome improves, so does our insight in the importance of many of ...MORE
November 19, 2018
There’s usually significant lag between a discovery being made and a paper being published, but the team at DowDuPont didn’t waste any time to get the first DLS paper out! The study, pre-published  in May on ...MORE
There’s usually significant lag between a discovery being made and a paper being published, but the team at ...MORE
There’s usually significant lag between a discovery being made and a paper being published, but the team at DowDuPont didn’t waste any time to get the first DLS paper out! The study, pre-published  in May on ...MORE
October 18, 2018
It’s become a tradition for Bionano to give an overview of the past year and a sneak peek of new products and technologies during our workshop at the Annual Meeting of the American Society of Human Genetics, which was ...MORE
It’s become a tradition for Bionano to give an overview of the past year and a sneak peek of new products and ...MORE
It’s become a tradition for Bionano to give an overview of the past year and a sneak peek of new products and technologies during our workshop at the Annual Meeting of the American Society of Human Genetics, which was ...MORE
October 15, 2018
The Vertebrate Genomes Project (VGP) just had its large coming out party with the release of 15 genomes representing 14 species. Its goal is to sequence every extant vertebrate species – all 66,000 of them. And after ...MORE
The Vertebrate Genomes Project (VGP) just had its large coming out party with the release of 15 genomes representing 14 ...MORE
The Vertebrate Genomes Project (VGP) just had its large coming out party with the release of 15 genomes representing 14 species. Its goal is to sequence every extant vertebrate species – all 66,000 of them. And after ...MORE
July 24, 2018
A team of Bionano’s brightest scientists published an exciting new labeling method based on CRISPR/dCas9 binding which we cleverly coined CRISPR-bind. It uses a non-cutting version of Cas9 to hybridize a fluorescently ...MORE
A team of Bionano’s brightest scientists published an exciting new labeling method based on CRISPR/dCas9 binding ...MORE
A team of Bionano’s brightest scientists published an exciting new labeling method based on CRISPR/dCas9 binding which we cleverly coined CRISPR-bind. It uses a non-cutting version of Cas9 to hybridize a fluorescently ...MORE
July 18, 2018
A study released today in Nature Biotechnology that found large deletions and complex rearrangements after CRISPR-Cas9 gene editing led to a $300 million drop in valuation for the three largest gene editing companies. The team ...MORE
A study released today in Nature Biotechnology that found large deletions and complex rearrangements after CRISPR-Cas9 ...MORE
A study released today in Nature Biotechnology that found large deletions and complex rearrangements after CRISPR-Cas9 gene editing led to a $300 million drop in valuation for the three largest gene editing companies. The team ...MORE
June 8, 2018
Scientists have long been interested in the functional genetic differences that distinguish humans from other ape species. Poor quality ape genome assemblies, “humanized” by using the human genome as the scaffold, ...MORE
Scientists have long been interested in the functional genetic differences that distinguish humans from other ape species. ...MORE
Scientists have long been interested in the functional genetic differences that distinguish humans from other ape species. Poor quality ape genome assemblies, “humanized” by using the human genome as the scaffold, ...MORE
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