Bionano is on the ground in Florida for the Advances in Genome Biology and Technology (AGBT) General Meeting, and it promises to be a conference to remember. We are showing data generated with our brand new Direct Label and Stain (DLS) chemistry in oral and poster presentations at the conference, and our commercial team will be on site as well.

The posters presented focus on DLS’ ability to detect and visualize SVs in cancer and genetic disease, and on de novo genome assembly. Poster titles link to PDFs of each of the posters.

 

On general DLS technology and performance:

Labeling Human DNA with Bionano’s Direct Labeling Enzyme Avoids Nickase-Based Double-Stranded Breaks and Allows for Chromosome Arm Length Assemblies

Presented by Amy Files, poster 808

 

DLS for the detection of large structural variants:

Broad Range Chromosomal Abnormality Detection through Bionano Genome Mapping

Presented by Alex Hastie, poster 411

 

DLS for SV detection in cancer:

Efficient Structural Variation Detection and Annotation Using Bionano Genome Mapping

Presented by Andy Pang, poster 709

 

DLS for genome assembly:

Building High Quality, Chromosome-Scale, De Novo Genome Assemblies by Scaffolding Next-Generation Sequencing Assemblies with Bionano Genome Maps

Presented by Jian Wang, poster 917

 

If you’re at AGBT and want to find out all about DLS, let us know and come find us during the Tuesday poster sessions!

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