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
Multiomics Advances: Patient Stratification for Treatment and Response
This article will present two multiomics vignettes. One involves the search for a deeper understanding of food allergies and a potential path forward for treatment. Another will describe the response to bariatric surgery, a growing need as obesity trends upward in many parts of the world.
Multiomics – A Multi-Layered Answer to Multi-Layered Questions
Featuring expert insights, this article will reflect on recent progress in the multiomics research space, exploring workflow developments, technologies and applications.
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.
Pigmented Rice Enhancements Could Help To Combat Malnutrition
Scientists have shown that desirable agronomic traits of shorter stem length and early maturity can be introduced into black rice, which is known to be more nutritious than white rice.
Antioxidant Enzymes Repair DNA Damage
In crisis, the nucleus calls antioxidant enzymes to the rescue. The nucleus being metabolically active is a profound paradigm shift with implications for cancer research.
Novel Multiomics Approach Uncovers Why Flu Severity Varies Between Individuals
Have you ever wondered why some people might get sicker than others, even when they catch the same virus? It is not yet clear why this is.
Subtypes for Difficult-To-Treat Ovarian Cancer Identified
Three subtypes of a difficult-to-treat ovarian cancer have been identified, based on differences in intracellular signaling pathways. This finding could help researchers to develop more effective therapies.
Form Bio Selected by Google Cloud To Help Organizations Adopt New AI-Powered Life Sciences Solutions
Form Bio announced that it has been selected to help organizations adopt Google Cloud's Multiomics Suite, accelerating the research of life science companies and academic institutions.
Agilent Showcases Comprehensive Cancer Portfolio Solutions at AACR 2023
Agilent Technologies Inc. announced that it will highlight new cell analysis, genomics, digital pathology and companion diagnostics solutions at the American Association for Cancer Research Annual Meeting, held April 14-19, 2023, in Orlando, Florida.