Tag Archives: HLS

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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Q&A: How SageHLS Brings Back the ‘Lost Art’ of HMW DNA Prep

Chris Boles is Chief Scientific Officer of Sage Science, where he’s been helping the R&D team develop the new SageHLS (that’s short for HMW Library System), a platform designed to rapidly purify high molecular weight DNA directly from samples. We … more »

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The Darling of AGBT: HMW DNA

The Sage Science team had a blast at this year’s AGBT conference in Hollywood, Fla. We thoroughly enjoyed the parties, the beach, and especially the excellent talks. We’d like to thank all of the attendees who made their way to … more »

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Calling All Technophiles: Time for AGBT!

The Sage Science team is casting off the shackles of winter and gearing up for a trip to sunny Florida for the annual Advances in Genome Biology and Technology meeting. We look forward to this conference each year — it’s … more »

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RAD-seq, High-Pass Sizing in Sunny San Diego

We are shaking off this northeast winter and heading out to San Diego for the 25th annual International Plant and Animal Genome meeting! This event is always a great way to kick off the year, surrounded by cutting-edge science and … more »

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ASHG 2016: Structural Variants, Mega Databases, and the Best-Ever Human Genome

The Sage Science team enjoyed our trip across the border to Canada for the annual meeting of the American Society of Human Genetics this month. Vancouver was practically teeming with genome scientists! Many presentations this year featured results generated by … more »

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Get a Glimpse of the New HLS Instrument at ASHG 2016

The Sage Science team is heading to Vancouver this week for the annual meeting of the American Society of Human Genetics. ASHG is the biggest genomics meeting we attend each year, and it never fails to deliver on its promise … more »

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How to Work with Large DNA: Data from the Sage HLS Platform

The Sage Science R&D team has been hard at work on our newest tool, to be released later this year. The HLS platform, which we first described at the Festival of Genomics meeting in Boston last year, is our answer … more »

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ASHG 2015: Mega-Scale Genomics in the Inner Harbor

We’re packing our bags for Baltimore, land of crab cakes and this year’s annual meeting of the American Society of Human Genetics. With some 6,500 scientists expected to attend, the conference is one of the largest in the field — … more »

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