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Method to quantify local force distribution within biomolecular systems

LUMICKS

May 24, 2018

The journal Nano Letters has recently published the article “Quantifying Local Molecular Tension Using Intercalated DNA...

Bionano fall user workshop

BioNano Genomics

May 23, 2018

We are happy to announce the Bionano Genomics’ 2018 user workshop taking place in San Diego on October 15-16,...

AVATAR Improves transfection efficiency with high viability

Xcell Biosciences

May 9, 2018

AVATAR lets you create any cell type even novel ones, with efficient transfection that improves reprogramming rates...

Single-molecule optical mapping enables accurate molecular diagnosis of FSHD

BioNano Genomics

May 3, 2018

This week team from Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia, GrandOmics and three Chinese universities demonstrated that...

May 28, 2018

Solved with Bionano: The Swedish mystery of the missing reference sequence

BioNano Genomics

Apr 27, 2018

Team from Uppsala University in Sweden used long-read sequencing and Bionano mapping to de novo assemble two Swedish...

Dynamic PET imaging and special focus in cardiac kinetic analysis

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Apr 25, 2018

PET has been shown to outperform SPECT in dynamic imaging like myocardial perfusion imaging due to the true...

Optical methylation mapping made simple

BioNano Genomics

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Reduced representation optical methylation mapping in combination with Bionano genome mapping technology provides a...

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Inhibition of T cell receptor signaling mediated Calcium flux in T cells

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Calcium (Ca2+) is an important secondary messenger and a key component of many cell processes. It is an extremely...

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BioNano Genomics launches enhanced genome mapping coverage features with new software tools

May 18, 2016

BioNano Genomics, the leader in physical genome mapping, announced updates regarding expansions of its product offerings and capabilities. To exploit this new IrysView mapping software feature, researchers need to select different enzymes to barcode, or tag, the genome at specific locations. The availability of the new enzyme Nb.BssSI by New England Biolabs, Inc., expands the number of genomes that can be integrated by NGM and complements the existing portfolio of enzymes, thereby providing an additional, independent means to optimize the mapping and analysis of genomes. For analysis of human genomes, BioNano currently recommends use of NEB’s Nt.BspQI to nick DNA prior to labeling. The addition of Nb.BssSI enables the labeling of DNA at a second specific site within a genome, providing greater scaffold contiguity, completeness and correctness.

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