Close Menu

NYGC

The screening platform, which uses the Cas13 nuclease to target RNA instead of DNA, can be used to design guide RNAs for CRISPR research.

Unlike the Hi-C chromosome conformation assay, the Pore-C technique reveals information that's lost with short-read sequencing.

A new study in Science used allele-specific expression data to find candidate genes that may have contributed to mendelian muscle disease in patients.

The method allows for the annotation of cells by their genotype and capture of single-cell transcriptomes, even when the cells aren't morphologically distinct.

A New York Genome Consortium-led team plans retrospective and prospective analyses on very rare cancers in the hopes of improving treatment options available for patients.

The grant is part of a CZI effort to fund research projects supporting the Human Cell Atlas, which is building a reference atlas of all human cell types.

The five-year gift will support the building and maintenance of the NYGC's genomics infrastructure to work with its institutional founding members.

With DNA methylation data for more than 1,800 chronic lymphocytic leukemia B cells, researchers tracked CLL epimutation rates and saw lineages with distinct treatment responses.

Gencove offers low-coverage whole-genome sequencing and has developed imputation algorithms and informatics to extract useful information from the data.

Pages

Following discrimination allegations, NICHD's Constantine Stratakis withdraws from a new position at the Research Institute of the McGill University Health Center, Science reports.

US President Donald Trump has threatened to cut World Health Organization funding over its pandemic response, which would affect its ability to do its work and which he might not be able to do.

The US Securities and Exchange Commission has halted the sales of a handful of stocks over claims made about the coronavirus.

In Nature this week: comparative analyses of single-cell RNA sequencing protocols uncover differences between approaches, and more.