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Will you be at ASHG 2021? Stop by our booth!

Join us at the ASHG 2021 Virtual Annual Meeting, October 18-22, 2021. If you’re registered, visit our partner page where you can find out about our latest products, talk to our experts, and learn about the innovative solutions we offer. Don’t forget to add the following events to your schedule: Platform presentation by Dr. Alden […]

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Register for a CRISPR Powered NGS Library Prep Webinar

Register for our webinar: A CRISPR powered NGS library prep to improve viral, bacterial and host transcript detection in shotgun metagenomic sequencing. Presented by: Jon Armstrong, Jumpcode Genomics Vice President of Research & Development Date:  October 27, 2021 Time: 10:00am (PDT),  1:00pm (EDT) The COVID-19 pandemic has brought global awareness to the dangers of emerging […]

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Jumpcode to Help Sequence COVID-19

In a new article from the San Diego Business Journal, Natallie Rocha speaks with Yaron Hakak, Jumpcode Genomics CEO, about a collaboration with the Translational Genomics Research Institute (TGen) to help sequence and examine the genomic epidemiology of SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID-19. The collaboration will give researchers the opportunity to examine the specificity […]

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Jumpcode Genomics and TGen Partner on Genomic Sequencing of COVID-19

Collaboration leverages CRISPRclean™ technology for genomic sequencing to help identify and track COVID-19 variants SAN DIEGO, Calif. — September 14, 2021 — Jumpcode Genomics, a genome technology platform company focused on improving the understanding of human biology, announced today a collaboration with the Translational Genomics Research Institute (TGen), an affiliate of City of Hope, to […]

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CRISPR-Cas9 Technology Cuts Clutter from Sequencing Libraries

In a new article from Genetic Engineering & Biotechnology News (GEN), Gail Dutton speaks with Yaron Hakak, Jumpcode Genomics CEO, on how our CRISPRclean™ technology can cut the clutter from sequencing libraries. Much of the information generated by next-generation sequencing is biologically uninformative, but this information keeps filling NGS libraries anyway, creating background noise and […]

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