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Base editing outcomes predicted by machine learning model

Single nucleotide variants (SNVs) are implicated in about half of all genetic diseases and so, accurately targeting and editing these […]

Genome Editing: How to Predict and Detect Collateral Damage

A recent paper, published in Cell, discusses how to anticipate the molecular events that may arise from genome editing and […]

Experts say gene editing is too risky

An international commission has stated that we need more research before gene editing can be used in babies and for […]

Just one base at a time

The advancements in base editing, a new genome editing approach, have generated a lot of excitement amongst scientists in recent […]

Genomics: repairing public trust

The term “genomics” was first coined in 1986 by Tom Roderick, a geneticist from The Jackson Laboratory for Genomic Medicine, […]

Genomics week in brief: Week ending 10th October

Bringing you another quick round-up of the top Genomics stories and news from the past week! Top stories from the […]

Simple and powerful target enrichment method seeks cool new applications. Apply now.

*** This post was written by Dr. Anja Brunner, science writer (Science Inbound) Interview with Cristina Gamba, Global Product Manager […]

Capture the dark genome: From repeat-expansions to CRISPR unintended mutations – Webinar Summary

Tackling Disease-Related Repeat Expansion Analysis – Marzia Rossato What is the Dark Genome? The dark genome refers to parts of […]

Webinar: Capture the dark genome – From repeat-expansions to CRISPR unintended mutations

Sequenced genomes retain a surprisingly large number of “dark” regions – sections that have proven difficult to characterise via short-read […]

How to: Choose the best RNA sequencing method for quantitative miRNA profiling

This article has been based upon this blog post, written by Dr Karolina Szczesna. RNA sequencing (RNA-seq) uses next generation […]