Tag: Human

March 22, 2018
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
February 21, 2018
The human genome is the most studied and best characterized of all genomes by far, and much of this research was possible thanks to the excellent reference genome that’s freely available to all scientists. A good ...MORE
The human genome is the most studied and best characterized of all genomes by far, and much of this research was possible ...MORE
The human genome is the most studied and best characterized of all genomes by far, and much of this research was possible thanks to the excellent reference genome that’s freely available to all scientists. A good ...MORE
February 11, 2018
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 ...MORE
Bionano is on the ground in Florida for the Advances in Genome Biology and Technology (AGBT) General Meeting, and it ...MORE
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 ...MORE
November 10, 2017
Life only exists because of the ability of cells to replicate, and death can come early when a cell’s replication spins out of control. Yet exactly where eukaryotic cells start when their large genomes need to be copied is ...MORE
Life only exists because of the ability of cells to replicate, and death can come early when a cell’s replication spins ...MORE
Life only exists because of the ability of cells to replicate, and death can come early when a cell’s replication spins out of control. Yet exactly where eukaryotic cells start when their large genomes need to be copied is ...MORE
November 1, 2017
Bionano had an incredible 2017 and has an even better 2018 coming up! That was clear at the 2017 Annual Meeting of the American Society of Human Genetics, held in Orlando, Florida. Our workshop featured presentations by Dr. Jim ...MORE
Bionano had an incredible 2017 and has an even better 2018 coming up! That was clear at the 2017 Annual Meeting of the ...MORE
Bionano had an incredible 2017 and has an even better 2018 coming up! That was clear at the 2017 Annual Meeting of the American Society of Human Genetics, held in Orlando, Florida. Our workshop featured presentations by Dr. Jim ...MORE
November 1, 2017
Bionano’s ASHG workshop was our best attended yet, and had speakers giving updates on Bionano tech, and presenting on cancer genomes. But Dr. Hayk Barseghyan from Dr. Eric Vilain’s team at Children’s National ...MORE
Bionano’s ASHG workshop was our best attended yet, and had speakers giving updates on Bionano tech, and presenting ...MORE
Bionano’s ASHG workshop was our best attended yet, and had speakers giving updates on Bionano tech, and presenting on cancer genomes. But Dr. Hayk Barseghyan from Dr. Eric Vilain’s team at Children’s National ...MORE
November 1, 2017
Dr. Vanessa Hayes from the Garvan Institute in Sydney, Australia, traveled across the globe to attend our ASHG workshop in Orlando, and update us on her work on prostate cancer and cancer cell lines. She told us how she’s ...MORE
Dr. Vanessa Hayes from the Garvan Institute in Sydney, Australia, traveled across the globe to attend our ASHG workshop in ...MORE
Dr. Vanessa Hayes from the Garvan Institute in Sydney, Australia, traveled across the globe to attend our ASHG workshop in Orlando, and update us on her work on prostate cancer and cancer cell lines. She told us how she’s ...MORE
October 31, 2017
In a publication in Genome Medicine, a team of researchers from Children’s National Health Center (CNHC) and the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) led by Dr. Eric Vilain report the first molecular diagnoses of ...MORE
In a publication in Genome Medicine, a team of researchers from Children’s National Health Center (CNHC) and the ...MORE
In a publication in Genome Medicine, a team of researchers from Children’s National Health Center (CNHC) and the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) led by Dr. Eric Vilain report the first molecular diagnoses of ...MORE
October 31, 2017
At Bionano’s ASHG workshop, Dr. Jim Broach from Penn State University explained how Bionano mapping first on Irys, and now on Saphyr, allows him to discover what’s going on in leukemia genomes. He showed some of ...MORE
At Bionano’s ASHG workshop, Dr. Jim Broach from Penn State University explained how Bionano mapping first on Irys, ...MORE
At Bionano’s ASHG workshop, Dr. Jim Broach from Penn State University explained how Bionano mapping first on Irys, and now on Saphyr, allows him to discover what’s going on in leukemia genomes. He showed some of ...MORE
October 2, 2017
Bionano will be present in full force at the upcoming American Society of Human Genetics (ASHG) Annual Meeting, October 17 to 21 in Orlando, Florida.  We have a brand new booth (#555), an exciting workshop, and over a dozen ...MORE
Bionano will be present in full force at the upcoming American Society of Human Genetics (ASHG) Annual Meeting, October ...MORE
Bionano will be present in full force at the upcoming American Society of Human Genetics (ASHG) Annual Meeting, October 17 to 21 in Orlando, Florida.  We have a brand new booth (#555), an exciting workshop, and over a dozen ...MORE
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