Twist Introduces Double-Stranded DNA Probes in a First for Exome Sequencing

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We talked to Dr. Emily Leproust, CEO of Twist Bioscience, about her company's innovative offerings at the recent Advances in Genome Biology and Technology Conference (AGBT).

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How to Optimize the Quality of your Lab’s Water

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The purity of lab water is critical to ensuring the success of your experiments. With this free guide, you can ensure that your water is fit for purpose.

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The Genetics Behind Personalized Medicine

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Download this infographic to learn how genomics data can be used to personalize treatments and enhance patient outcomes.

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Tomorrow’s Quantitation Today

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In the past, quantitation was done by searching for and quantifying a list of known molecules. As the world changes, the compounds and products being analyzed are changing as well. Tomorrow’s quantitation leverages both qualitative and quantitative analysis.

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1200 Year Old DNA Helps Find Living Descendants of Indigenous Taíno Americans

1200 Year Old DNA Helps Find Living Descendants of Indigenous Taíno Americans

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A genomic study has found that he Taíno, a population of early indigenous Americans, have living descendants, debunking theorists who had claimed they were extinct.

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Can You Eat Cells? Computer Model Predicts Organisms that Use Phagocytosis
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A computer model developed by Museum researchers may provide new insight into the origins of phagocytosis, the process by which single-celled organisms “eat” other cells as a means of absorbing nutrients or eliminating pathogens.

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RNA That Helps Grow Blood Vessels Could Aid Heart Disease Research
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STEEL, a noncoding RNA, acts on genes to stimulate produce of blood vessels, a finding which could advance efforts to combat heart disease.

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Brightly-Coloured Bacteria Could be Used to 'Grow' Paints and Coatings
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Researchers have unlocked the genetic code behind some of the brightest and most vibrant colours in nature. It is the first study of the genetics of structural colour - as seen in butterfly wings and peacock feathers - and paves the way for genetic research in a variety of structurally coloured organisms.

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