Ancient Genomes Reveal Scandinavian Population History
With sequencing data from samples going back to the Roman Iron Age, researchers retraced population interactions and migrations in the region from the 1st to 19th centuries.
Spatial Molecular Microscopy Enables Mapping of Breast Cancer Clones
The sequencing-based approach enabled an international team of researchers to examine how the various clones changed and spread.
New Method Generates High-Resolution Transcriptome-Wide Spatial Gene Expression Maps
The spatial transcriptomic approach described by the KTH Royal Institute of Technology-led team combines in situ RNA data with high-resolution histological images.
Million-Year-Old Mammoths Sequenced, Giving Insight into Evolution
One of the ancient mammoths sequenced belongs to a previously unknown lineage that hybridized with woolly mammoths to give rise to Columbian mammoths.
Cartana, Lunaphore Form In Situ Sequencing Technology Partnership
The companies will work with collaborators at Stockholm University to integrate their respective technologies for in situ sequencing and tissue processing.