Retinal Organoids as an Emerging Tool for Drug Discovery
Human induced pluripotent stem cell (iPSC)-derived retinal organoids are an emerging tool for the study of retinal development, disease modeling and drug discovery.
Next-Generation Multiomics for Single-Cell and Spatial Profiling
Groundbreaking discoveries require innovative tools. Single-cell and spatial sequencing technologies have transformed our understanding of biology by letting us profile and visualize cell and tissue heterogeneity with powerful resolution.
Molecular Tools To Study Viral Infectious Diseases
Watch this webinar to learn how the evaluation of binding affinities can support viral research and assist in the identification of novel drugs.
Assembly and Annotation of Reference-Quality Human Genomes
With the development of long-read sequencing technology and improved computational methods, it is now possible for small teams of researchers to create reference-quality genome assemblies which will lead to a better understanding of the full spectrum of human genetic variation.
Robust Metabolic Profiling for Routine Quantitation and Confident Unknown Identification
Metabolomics, the investigation of small molecules present in a biological system, finds application in diverse biomedical and industrial research. In large-scale applications, targeted profiling of metabolites is employed as it provides confident measurements for compounds of interest.
Making Spatial Analysis Accessible to the Community
This talk will serve as a guide through on how the technology has evolved, how the protocol is run at NGI and the service that they provide their users.