Hybridisation-based targeted sequencing

Researchers can now access the high-quality results of hybridisation-based targeted sequencing with a speed comparable to that of amplicon-based approaches

Epigenetic assay kits for genomic research

For use in many areas of genome research including classical qPCR, DNA sequencing

Organoid progenitor cells suitable for gene editing

Suited for use in common gene editing techniques to develop models for infectious disease and cancer


Adeno-associated virus services for gene delivery

Adeno-associated viruses are single-stranded DNA viruses that can infect a broad range of cell types including dividing and non-dividing...

Wrinkled layer of brain shows genetic heritage

Research shows that the three-dimensional shape of the cerebral cortex reveals ancestral background

Out of a rabbit hole: research reveals genetic basis for animal domestication

International team of scientists carry out ground-breaking study examining the domestication of rabbits

Whole genome mapping

The Genome Analysis Centre becomes a UK centre of excellence for whole genome mapping technology

Genomic editing - a gene changer

CRISPR/Cas9 is a full gene editing tool designed to produce a genetically modified cell using any mammalian cell line and targeting any gene

Chromatrap used to isolate high quality chromatin

Enrichment of highly abundant epigenetic marks from endometrial stromal cells

Genes increase stress of social disadvantage for some children

The study uses telomere length as a marker of stress

Investigating aberrations underlying genetic disorders

Oxford Gene Technology expands its range of research-validated CytoSure Molecular Arrays to investigate DNA

Mother’s genes work with baby’s to prevent obesity

Scientists uncover how copies of a gene present in both mother and baby interact to control optimal growth of the child

Genetic testing can pick out men at increased risk of testicular cancer

Scientists studied the DNA of 30,000 men and identified 19 new genetic changes associated with the disease

Tricky gene mutations detected by free, fast, easy-to use new software

DECoN accurately and quickly detects changes in copy number of blocks of DNA called exons

Study links two genes to breast cancer survival

Research could be used to develop tests for aggressive breast cancers, or even to identify new targets for cancer treatment

Gene testing in rare tumour type could uncover ‘cancer families’

Inherited cancer-causing mutations can give rise to the phenomenon of ‘cancer families’ where multiple family members develop cancer

If radiotherapy hurts your skin, it’s genetic

New gene discovery could mean more personalised cancer care

Microinjection ready reagents for gene editing of animal models

Horizon Discovery introduces microinjection-ready Cas9 accelerate Ribonucleoprotein

Harmful mutations have accumulated during early human migrations out of Africa

The further a population moves away from its place of origin, the more harmful mutations it will carry.

Next-generation sequencing

Source BioScience has acquired the next-generation sequencing services business from Oxford Gene Technology




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