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Bionano Genomics
Bionano provides high-speed, high-throughput genome mapping with unparalleled structural variation sensitivity to fill in what’s missing from your research.
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Bionano Genomics 8h
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Glad you (and the audience) enjoyed Dr. Bocklandt‘s blender analogy to convey the basis of why short reads are disadvantaged when it comes to repetitive regions of the genome.
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Bionano Genomics 12h
We are updating the Saphyr chips® to reflect their hardware compatibility and throughput more accurately. Actual products, their specifications, and quality control measures are not changing. See the new chip names now!
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Bionano Genomics 15h
Sven Bocklandt from presenting today on "Genome imaging for high-throughput structural variation detection in cancer and genetic disease.”
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Rachel Goldfeder 15h
SVs that cause familial cancer can be detected with the platform, says Sven Bocklandt - very exciting and important applications of genome technology!
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Bionano Genomics 17h
Don’t miss out! Upcoming seminar featuring Dr. Jennifer Mulle discussing genomic insights revealed by optically mapping the 3q29 deletion interval. Join us on Friday, September 20th at 10:00am EST in room SOM- 178P
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Bionano Genomics 18h
Supporting blood cancer research is the backbone of our DNA. Don’t miss this presentation by Dr. Kanagal-Shamanna on identifying novel and complex rearrangement in Myelodysplastic Syndromes. View here:
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Bionano Genomics Sep 16
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Bionano Genomics Sep 16
Want a flexible solution for your Bionano computing needs, without the upfront costs of servers? Compute On Demand is designed - just for you. It is a pay-per-use solution accessible through the Bionano Access web server. Learn more here!
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Bionano Genomics Sep 16
Join us for a technology overview of the tomorrow at 10:05am at the 2019 Workshop on Long-Read Sequencing in Farmington, Connecticut!
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Bionano Genomics Sep 16
Only the Bionano reveals the critical you're missing. Stop by the booth at later this week to find out all the ways the is advancing care.
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Bionano Genomics Sep 14
We are proud to join + and go to support research in to . Today is the LAST DAY of fundraising - add your $support$ to this amazing effort:
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Bionano Genomics Sep 12
We are proud to be filling the gaps in blood cancer research and supporting the fight against blood cancer. Check out this video of Dr. Brynn Levy covering a preliminary read-out of 11 patient samples.
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Bionano Genomics Sep 11
The countdown to and has begun! Calling all users to submit their latest and greatest data for abstract consideration to the meeting before Sept 30th! 🌴 🧬 😎
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Bionano Genomics Sep 10
Curious about the and adding it to your discovery efforts? Learn more at the Technology Symposium in Long Branch, NJ. Don't miss our talk on on Tues, Sept 24th, 11:55am!
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Bionano Genomics Sep 9
The Individualizing Medicine Conference is right around the corner! Join to explore all the ways and the advance care! Visit us at our booth and the poster reception.
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Bionano Genomics Sep 9
Congratulations on the generation of a gold-standard for Mimosa pudica combining and using the Bionano !
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Bionano Genomics Sep 9
Will you be at the 2019 Workshop on Long-Read Sequencing in Farmington, Connecticut on Tuesday, September 17th? Don't miss our technology overview during session 1 at 10:05am! Can't make it? Check out a technology overview video
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Bionano Genomics Sep 8
Great summary by at the meeting on the power of long-read technologies to advance genomic medicine by providing a more complete view of genomic variation over standard and for and .
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Bionano Genomics Sep 8
Great event - we were delighted to be sponsors this year!
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Maggie Rougier-Chapman Sep 8
Very interesting indeed that a de novo SV affecting NSF was uncovered by in a complex region that was refractory to even the reads in one of the 5 ID trios presented.
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