Tag Archives: HLS-CATCH

geXc Boston: Check Out This Free Symposium on Computational Genomics

If you’re in the Boston area, don’t miss this Friday’s one-day symposium on genomics and computational biology at the Broad Institute. Organized by the Genomic Exchange Community, this geXc (pronounced “jexy”) event will bring together speakers from academia and industry … more »

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Podcast: HMW DNA, Personalized Cancer Vaccines, and Structural Variation

There’s a great new podcast interview with Stanford clinical geneticist and oncologist Hanlee Ji about targeting extremely large stretches of DNA by combining CRISPR methods, automated DNA purification with the SageHLS instrument, and 10x Genomics technology. The approach works with … more »

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At AGBT, Scientists Offer Data on Size Selection for HMW DNA

Even Orlando’s sky-high humidity can’t get us down during a fast-paced AGBT meeting where size selection and HMW DNA have been front and center since the opening session. Last night we enjoyed a plenary talk from Ami Bhatt, a scientist … more »

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Fireworks, Genomics, and HLS-CATCH at AGBT in Orlando

The regular Super Bowl may have gone down last weekend, but the genomics Super Bowl is still to come with next week’s Advances in Genome Biology & Technology meeting in Orlando. The Sage Science team can’t wait. AGBT is our … more »

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A Look Back at 2017

As we start to make lists of New Year’s resolutions (with bets on how long they’ll last), it’s the perfect time for a moment to absorb the themes and highlights of 2017. In our corner of the world, that means … more »

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How to CATCH Your Gene of Interest

If you haven’t heard about CATCH by now, it’s time to catch up. Short for Cas9-assisted targeting of chromosome segments, CATCH comes from the lab of Yuval Ebenstein at Tel Aviv University and was first reported in this Nature Communications … more »

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