In this infographic, we explore how and why spatial transcriptomics brings us one step closer to a more holistic understanding of cell biology.
Diagnosing Infectious Diseases
Infectious diseases may be caused by a plethora of bacteria, viruses, fungi and parasites and finding the culprit is key to treatment and resolution. In this infographic, we explore how infectious diseases are diagnosed and the assays used to achieve this.
Ensuring Consistency in PCR Experiments
Download this Technology Networks infographic to learn more about PCR, how to optimize your PCR experiments and tips and tricks to avoid issues with your PCR experiments.
Today, there is growing evidence that in various diseases, including different types of cancer, there are underlying epigenetic mechanisms at play. Download this infographic to explore various epigenetic mechanisms in cancer.
Sequencing in Patient Care
Gain a deeper understanding of sequencing in a clinical environment with this infographic.
Beyond the Genome: Advances in Sequencing the Brain
Our ability to rapidly sequence the nucleic acids that form the building blocks of our cells has arguably done more for biomedical science over the last twenty years than any other development. But modern sequencing techniques have now moved beyond the genome and in this infographic, we review the new multiomics methods powering neuroscience discovery.
Transforming Drug Discovery With Single-Cell CRISPR Screens
Deepen your characterization of gene function and disease pathways to inform earlier decisions, narrow in on impactful targets and accelerate novel therapeutics to clinical studies with confidence.
Your Successful Grant-Writing Journey
Download this infographic to discover the different stages of grant writing and how to gain access to helpful resources.
Cancer is an extremely complex group of diseases. As it progresses, tumors can evolve to comprise varied cell types with distinct morphological and genetic features. This diversity – or heterogeneity – is reflected at many levels. In this infographic, we explore the mechanisms causing intratumor heterogeneity and the clinical implications of cancer heterogeneity.
The Future of Gene Therapy
Gene therapy is an effective tool for modifying genetic material within a cell. This pioneering form of precision medicine addresses health conditions caused by mutated, faulty or malfunctioning genes within cells.