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About Enseqlopedia

The home of the Core Genomics blog, and a site for NGS users to tell people who they are and what they do (on the map), and share knowledge (on the Enseqlopedia wiki).

This site is aimed at the whole NGS community - users, core labs & services, technology providers. Thanks for looking - James.

Coregenomics

The blog of genomics news & events.

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Comments and analysis from the exciting and fast moving world of Genomics.
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James Hadfield
James Hadfield ‎Head of Genomics
CRUK Cambridge Institute – ‎Cancer Research UK
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SPLiT-Seq: single-cell RNA-Seq without the hardware

I've been meaning to write up a post on a BioRxiv report from earlier this year: "Scaling single cell transcriptomics through split pool barcoding"1. The Seelig Lab at the University of Washington have developed a single-cell RNA sequencing method to enable [...]

Error-corrected ctDNA sequencing for mutation and CNV using UMIs

A recent BioRxiv report from the Gerlinger group at ICR describes a targeted ctDNA sequencing method that uses error correcting UMIs to achieve 100% sensitivity for mutant allele frequencies of >0.15%, and 87% at >0.075%, and reduce false-positive mutation [...]

R vs Excel by @vivalosburros

In this post I wanted to highlight the wonderful "Excel vs R: A Brief Introduction to R"  by Jesse Sadler. This is full of useful and practical advice on using R in place of Excel (or any other [...]

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