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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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cfMeDIP-Seq liquid biopsy for renal cell carcinoma

Alongside the recent publication from Daniel De Carvalho's group on glioma detection with cfMeDIP-Seq in Nature Medicine is a report describing the validation of this technology for plasma and urine detection of renal cell carcinoma. In "Detection of [...]

Brain cancer testing without the invasive biopsy from @decarvalho_lab

Brain cancer is difficult to diagnose and stratify without an invasive biopsy. Daniel De Carvalho's group have used their cfChIP-Seq technology to non-invasively diagnose and classify brain tumours, potentially removing the need for surgical tissue biopsies. The power of [...]

@SandstoneDx point-of-collection plasma separation

SandstoneDx have a very neat mini-centrifuge that enables plasma separation from fresh blood draws at point-of-collection. Anyone performing liquid biopsy knows how vital plasma stability is. If nucleated blood cells lyse then the sample can be ruined for [...]

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