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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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  • DAP-Seq figure

DAP-Seq for higher-throughput transcription factor analysis

The Ecker lab at the Salk Institute published a method for very high-throuphut transcription factor analysis in Nature Protocols yesterday: Mapping genome-wide transcription-factor binding sites using DAP-seq. The method is elegantly simple in its concept; PCR-free libraries from native [...]

  • Weerts 2017 Fig 4

ctDNA analysis from 250pg

A recent paper in Nature Scientific Reports from Maurice Jansen's group at the Erasmus Medical Centre in Rotterdam presents ctDNA analysis by targeted NGS from just 250pg of input cfDNA . This is a very small amount of [...]

Cancer amplicon nanopore sequencing

Prof Yutaka Suzuki's lab at the University of Tokyo published a paper last week in DNA research: Sequencing and phasing cancer mutations in lung cancers using a long-read portable sequencer. In the paper they described their work detecting SNVs [...]

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