Explore how scientists have used our tools to further their research.
Revolutionizing Large-scale Genotyping with CRISPR-Cas9-driven Repeat Depletion in Lentil
The innovative use of CRISPR-Cas9 technology by the Functional Genomics Laboratory, directed by Professor Massimo Delledonne (University of Verona) in collaboration with Professor Roberto Papa (Polytechnic University of Marche), has revolutionized the field of genomics and helped unlock new opportunities for lentil breeders and farmers.
Isolating informative RNA gives ImYoo™ greater power to grow their business.
ImYoo is a single-cell transcriptomics startup that helps biopharma companies stratify study participants to optimize clinical trials. The company is using single-cell gene expression profiling to understand immune variability and personalize information.
Removing uninformative RNA helps Weatherall Institute Researchers find rare molecules
Researchers at University of Oxford are trying to characterize a rare intestinal epithelial cell, a subtype of absorptive cells that no one had described before. The lab has embraced single-cell RNA sequencing to better characterize gut tissue, as well as identifying rare cell types and defining their functions.