Co-development and implementation of a new CRISPR-based screening technology platform to address critical gaps in target ID and validation
To date, gene expression in tumors has been typically profiled by capturing messenger RNAs; however, they represent only a fraction of the molecules detected
Invasive non-typhoidal Salmonellosis (iNTS) occurs when Salmonella bacteria, which normally cause gastrointestinal illness, enter the bloodstream and spread through the human body
Sarah Boswell, PhD, talks about her efforts to bring inDrops single-cell RNA sequencing (scRNA-seq) to the greater Boston scientific community.
Scientists have used the technology in remote locations to diagnose sick trees, and have applied it to livestock, human samples, pathogens in food, and in detecting environmental risks
Existing sample preparation kits currently require laborious washing, heating, and centrifugation steps that typically take 40 to 90 minutes to extract DNA or RNA from a sample