This page provides educational resources, events, news and products related to multiomics. Content will cover aspects from the collection and integration of information from "omes" including the genome, transcriptome, epigenome, proteome, metabolome, lipidome and microbiome, to the questions being addressed with this data.
Multiomics – Highlights
Advances in Proteomics
In this article, we will explore some of the recent advances in proteomics and their potential wider impact.
Clinical Omics – Genomics to Metabolomics and Onwards to the Multi-Omics Frontier
Download this list to discover more about the latest research in clinical Omics, including how these fields are revolutionizing diagnostics, disease prediction and treatment strategies.
Pushing the Boundaries of Translational Molecular Imaging
Professor Ron Heeren recently embarked on a study to bring together the spatial molecular information that is provided by MALDI-MSI with the microproteomic characterization generated by LC-MS on the same tissue specimen, on a single instrument. Heeren and colleagues were successful in this feat. Their work is published in the journal Proteomics and forms the basis of this interview.
COVID-19 Multiomics Research: Strategies, Insights and Tools
In this article, we explore multiomic approaches to COVID-19 research and explore some of the computational and statistical tools being developed to support multiomic analyses.
Single-Cell, "Multi-Omics" Analysis Uncovers a New Stage in Immune Cell Formation
A research team from The Walter and Eliza Hall Institute has adopted a single-cell, multi-omics approach to explore this question, focusing particularly on T and B lymphocyte formation. They discovered a new stage in lymphocyte development, information which the researchers say could "enrich future studies of the immune system". We wanted to know more.
Time To Say Goodbye to the Traditional BMI?
Scientists from the Institute for Systems Biology (ISB) have created a biological BMI, an alternative to the "traditional" approach. Technology Networks interviewed the lead researchers to understand why it could be a useful alternative measure of health.
Dual Therapy Before Lung Cancer Surgery Improves Patient Outcomes
A new trial has demonstrated neoadjuvant immunotherapy combinations can enhance treatment responses in operable non-small cell lung cancer.
How Immune Cells “See” Mutations May Lead to Improved Cancer Immunotherapy
Researchers have identified the steps by which immune cells “see” and respond to cancer cells, providing insights into reasons some treatments may be effective for certain patients but not others.
Metal Exposure Causes Bacteria’s Metabolism To Change
Researchers found that exposing bacteria to a mixture of metals caused their metabolism to change. The researchers did not observe this change when bacteria grew with just one metal.
Beckman Coulter Life Sciences Presenting at SLAS2023
Beckman Coulter Life Sciences will have a full team of dedicated professionals and informative programming at the upcoming Society for Laboratory Automation and Screening International Conference and Exhibition.
Single-Cell Sequencing: The Challenges and Opportunities
Recent technological advancements have made single-cell sequencing an increasingly powerful tool for understanding biology and cellular function, disease diagnosis, therapy response prediction, and treatment selection.