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A guide to spatial transcriptomics

Today, multi-omics studies have been conducted extensively, revealing information about gene expression changes, cellular function and homeostasis. As a result, […]

Spatial transcriptomics can unravel cellular interactions in Alzheimer’s disease

This article was compiled from a recent webinar, delivered by Professor Bart de Strooper, who is the Director of UK […]

Advances in transcriptomics allows mapping of human cells and tissues

In a recent study, researchers combined single-cell transcriptomics with spatial antibody-based profiling of proteins to create high resolution maps of […]

Single Cell & Spatial Omics ONLINE – June Series

Since its advent, single cell analysis has provided unparalleled molecular insights into cellular heterogeneity. With the addition of spatial context and […]

Single cell and spatial technologies

Developments in our technical ability to separate single cells from each other are growing rapidly. Alongside this, sequencing costs are […]

Multi-omics: Exploring Inside Cells

Introduction Multi-omics is an emerging field. ‘Omics’ refers to the comprehensive collection of a set of biological molecules. Essentially, the […]

Cancer Genomics: The Impact of Genomics on Cancer Research, Diagnostics, Therapeutics and Clinical Care

Genomics research has been rapidly transforming our understanding and ability to treat cancer. Today, novel techniques are enabling the development […]

A, C, T to Glossary

Numbers The 1000 Genomes Project: The 1,000 Genome Project (1KGP) launched in January 2008 with the aim of generating the […]

A comprehensive molecular atlas of mouse brain development

By integrating single-cell and spatial transcriptomics technologies, researchers have developed a high-resolution molecular atlas of foetal brain development in mice. […]

Mapping the human endometrium

The endometrium undergoes dynamic changes throughout the menstrual cycle. In a recent study, researchers generated single-cell and spatial reference maps […]