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Shedding Light on the ‘Dark Proteome’

Written by Kirsty Oswald, Science Writer  Omics-based studies have revealed that genomes, including our own, contain a vast number of […]

First draft of the human proteome

Ten years on from the launch of the Human Proteome Project, researchers report the first draft of the proteome blueprint. […]

Human brain-derived proteome data helps elucidate a genetic causal pathway for neurological phenotypes

A team of researchers have analysed human proteome data from brain tissue to study whether targeted proteins predictively mediated the […]

Proteogenomics in Drug Discovery: Appreciating the Big Picture

The use of genomics in drug discovery has been heralded as a revolutionary tool. With most drugs ultimately failing at […]

Molecular Analysis for Precision Oncology ONLINE

Oncological care increasingly relies on molecular tumor characterization techniques to enhance patient outcomes. However, the clinical utility of some of these methods remains uncertain, potentially affecting their integration into healthcare systems. With all these new advancements, it can be challenging to stay up to date on the clinical applications and future prospects of these precision oncology techniques.

Join us for our latest webinar series, Molecular Analysis for Precision Oncology ONLINE, where we’ll hear insights from nine leading experts in the cancer genomics field, covering cutting-edge tumour characterisation techniques and their clinical applications.

The State Of: Proteomics

Proteomics is the study of the entire set of proteins (known as the proteome) produced by a cell, tissue or […]

Multi-omics Playbook

Multi-omics is fast becoming the new standard for biomarker identification and molecular biology in general. Why look at transcriptomics when […]

The Latest Developments in Sequencing Technologies

This feature was put together using content from Chapter 3 and Chapter 9 of the 2024 Sequencing Buyer’s Guide. For […]

Making sense of Proteogenomic Data for Human Cancer

Multi-omics data is essential to advancing cancer treatment and diagnosis. Making sense of said data (such as proteogenomic data) is […]

Spatial transcriptomics and multiomics in cancer research

Spatial context matters in complex biology. From cancer prevention to cancer biology, and for both translational and clinical studies, multiomic spatial […]