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Spatial Biology Europe: In-Person

07 - 08 June 2022 |

Berlin, Germany

07 - 08 June 2022

Berlin, Germany

Connecting global academic & research organisations as well as pharma representatives for high-level discussions on the latest innovations in spatial research & technologies.

18 May 2022
Wed, 18 May 2022

Upcoming NextGen Omics Nanostring EU Workshop

Presented by Nanostring

02 Jun 2022
Thu, 02 June 2022

Upcoming NextGen Omics Akoya Biosciences EU Webinar

Presented by Akoya Biosciences

30 Jun 2022
Thu, 30 June 2022

Upcoming NextGen Omics Akoya Biosciences US Webinar

Presented by Akoya Biosciences

Highlights

Sequencing for Rare Genetic Diseases
Commentary
In this Commentary article, we investigate the application of new research techniques to inspecting genomic data for the presence of de novo variants - genetic alterations present for the first time in one individual as a result of a variant inherited from a parent. Used in combination with data from the 100,000 Genome Project, these techniques could reduce the time taken for patients to receive a diagnosis for rare genetic diseases.
By Ben Norris |
16 May 2022
NGS & Clinical Diagnostics
Discussion Group Report
By Oliver Picken |
05 May 2022
Digital PCR
Insight Article
By Oliver Picken |
05 May 2022
Single Cell Analysis

In-Depth

Commentary
In this Commentary article, we investigate the application of new research techniques to inspecting genomic data for the presence of de novo variants - genetic alterations present for the first time in one individual as a result of a variant inherited from a parent. Used in combination with data from the 100,000 Genome Project, these techniques could reduce the time taken for patients to receive a diagnosis for rare genetic diseases.
16 May 2022
Discussion Group Report
This month’s discussion was led by Pieter van der Velden. Topics included improving multiplex assays, T-Cell quantification and DNA methylation.
05 May 2022
Insight Article
Single-cell proteomics has developed quickly, despite being a relatively new field. NanoPOTS and FACS are being used to improve proteome coverage and minimise sample size.
05 May 2022
Commentary
At NGO US: In-Person 2022, Carlos Cruchaga of the Washington School of Medicine presents on using QTL and GWAS data to unlock the future of therapeutic treatment for neurodegenerative disease.
30 April 2022

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