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Cytek full Spectrum flow Cytometry webinar: Part II – panel design and troubleshooting

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In this session, we will continue to look at full spectrum flow cytometry and look at considerations for fluorescence...

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Radio-active sources have been used routinely for the preconditioning in humanized mouse models, but safety issues have...

EV imaging series: Using ONI super-resolution to characterize single-EVs

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To date, researchers commonly use flow-based characterization methods, fluorescence imaging techniques and electron...

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BioNano optical maps help solve the mystery of the sex chromosomes in garden asparagus

Dec 5, 2016

December 14, 2016, 3 am CET - Dr. Alex Harkess, the Donald Danforth Plant Science Center, St. Louis, MO.

Finding true structural variation (SV) across the genome with current genomic approaches is challenging. The power of using the latest genomic tools further enables everyone to get closer to the truth. The use of BioNano optical mapping technology helps reveal those large SV's (1kbp->1Mbp) typically hidden using other genomic tools, enabling researchers to get even closer to the truth.

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