Multiomics – Multimedia
Revealing the Combinatorial Power of Genetic and Epigenetic Information for Early Cancer Detection
In this episode we discuss how the combination of both genetic and epigenetic information within a single DNA sample can provide key insights on the dynamic interactions that are occurring, offering significant advantages in many research areas.
Proteomic Approaches to Advance Understanding of Alzheimer’s Disease
Speaking at ‘Advances in Proteomics & Metabolomics’ 2022, Erik Johnson from Emory University, presented their talk on proteomics in Alzheimer’s disease.
High-Throughput Technologies in Biomedical Research
Download this listicle to learn more about high-throughput screening, mass spectrometry-based technologies, multiomics research and high-throughput drug screening.
Achieving Cost-Effective, High-Throughput Single-Cell Multiomic Analysis
Download this listicle to learn more about innovative solutions for high-throughput single-cell analysis and their applications within biomedical research.
Single-Cell and Spatial Multiomics To Advance Basic and Translational Cancer Research
Speaking at 'The Landscape of Cancer Research', Abbey Cutchin, Manager, Oncology Segment Marketing at 10x Genomics, presented her talk on cancer progression and therapeutic resistance.
Proteomics at the Heart of Multiomics Studies
Download this eBook to learn more about finding proteins that cause disease, how proteomics enriches the multiomic study of disease as well as the future of proteomics in multiomics research.
Resolve Cancer With Single-Cell and Spatial Multiomics
Traditional approaches have enabled researchers to make great strides in understanding the complexities of cancer biology, and to translate ground-breaking discoveries into lifesaving cancer treatments and therapies.
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.
Uncovering the Complexity of Infectious Diseases with Single Cell and Spatial Multiomics
Download this eBook to learn more about the single cell and spatial technologies available for infectious disease research.
A Vivid, Full View of the Immune System
Download this infographic to learn more about single-cell RNA sequencing, immune repertoire profiling, cell surface protein and antigen specificity with DNA barcodes.