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August 25, 2017
Bionano Genomics has the best sensitivity and precision to detect large structural variants by far. You may have seen our claims of 99% sensitivity for homozygous insertions and deletions larger than 1.5 Kbp, 87% for large ...MORE
Bionano Genomics has the best sensitivity and precision to detect large structural variants by far. You may have seen our ...MORE
Bionano Genomics has the best sensitivity and precision to detect large structural variants by far. You may have seen our claims of 99% sensitivity for homozygous insertions and deletions larger than 1.5 Kbp, 87% for large ...MORE
August 14, 2017
Dr. Jonathan Pevsner discusses the impact of Bionano on his autism genomics research. Autism is a neurodevelopmental disorder that affects millions of children and adults worldwide. There is ample evidence that structural ...MORE
Dr. Jonathan Pevsner discusses the impact of Bionano on his autism genomics research. Autism is a neurodevelopmental ...MORE
Dr. Jonathan Pevsner discusses the impact of Bionano on his autism genomics research. Autism is a neurodevelopmental disorder that affects millions of children and adults worldwide. There is ample evidence that structural ...MORE
July 16, 2017
The 2017 AGBT conference (which stands for Advances in Genome Biology and Technology—we clearly belong there!) was quite a big deal for Bionano. We launched our new high-speed, high-throughput Saphyr™ System at the event, ...MORE
The 2017 AGBT conference (which stands for Advances in Genome Biology and Technology—we clearly belong there!) was quite ...MORE
The 2017 AGBT conference (which stands for Advances in Genome Biology and Technology—we clearly belong there!) was quite a big deal for Bionano. We launched our new high-speed, high-throughput Saphyr™ System at the event, ...MORE
June 19, 2017
The Bionano Saphyr™ system is our highest speed, highest throughput genome mapping system to date. In order to help our customers get the most from this system, we developed a new software suite called Bionano Access™. ...MORE
The Bionano Saphyr™ system is our highest speed, highest throughput genome mapping system to date. In order to help our ...MORE
The Bionano Saphyr™ system is our highest speed, highest throughput genome mapping system to date. In order to help our customers get the most from this system, we developed a new software suite called Bionano Access™. ...MORE
June 12, 2017
Nature recently published the most comprehensive maize B73 reference genome to date, using Bionano optical genome mapping and hybrid scaffolding. With half of the updated assembly consisting of scaffolds over 9.6 Mbp in size, ...MORE
Nature recently published the most comprehensive maize B73 reference genome to date, using Bionano optical genome mapping ...MORE
Nature recently published the most comprehensive maize B73 reference genome to date, using Bionano optical genome mapping and hybrid scaffolding. With half of the updated assembly consisting of scaffolds over 9.6 Mbp in size, ...MORE
May 31, 2017
On May 27, 2017, we arrived in Copenhagen, Denmark, for the European Society of Human Genetics Conference (ESHG). This year’s event marked the 50th anniversary of the conference. While we haven’t been attending for all 50 ...MORE
On May 27, 2017, we arrived in Copenhagen, Denmark, for the European Society of Human Genetics Conference (ESHG). This ...MORE
On May 27, 2017, we arrived in Copenhagen, Denmark, for the European Society of Human Genetics Conference (ESHG). This year’s event marked the 50th anniversary of the conference. While we haven’t been attending for all 50 ...MORE
May 12, 2017
On May 11, 2017, Dr. James Broach from Penn State University Hershey presented a webinar with Bionano. He detailed how he used the Bionano genome mapping platform to identify large structural variations in acute myeloid ...MORE
On May 11, 2017, Dr. James Broach from Penn State University Hershey presented a webinar with Bionano. He detailed how he ...MORE
On May 11, 2017, Dr. James Broach from Penn State University Hershey presented a webinar with Bionano. He detailed how he used the Bionano genome mapping platform to identify large structural variations in acute myeloid ...MORE
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