Sage Science, Inc.
Sage Science, Inc.
Blog Post
  • It’s the start of a bright, shiny new year. If you’ve been in the genomics field long enough, you know that can mean only one thing: we’re getting ready for PAG! Officially the Plant and Animal Genome XXVI Conference, this … more »

Sage Science, Inc.
Sage Science, Inc.
Blog Post
  • There’s a lot to love about the new preprint announcing the first-ever truly high-quality reference genome assembly for the Aedes aegypti mosquito. The large consortium of scientists — the paper features a total of 72 co-authors — came together on … more »

Sage Science, Inc.
Sage Science, Inc.
Blog Post

A Look Back at 2017

  • As we start to make lists of New Year’s resolutions (with bets on how long they’ll last), it’s the perfect time for a moment to absorb the themes and highlights of 2017. In our corner of the world, that means … more »

Sage Science, Inc.
Sage Science, Inc.
Blog Post
Sage Science, Inc.
Sage Science, Inc.
Blog Post
  • A team of scientists in Brazil, along with collaborators in the U.S. and Europe, used diagnostics and metagenomic sequencing to reconstruct the transmission path of a recent outbreak of chikungunya virus in Maceió. We were honored to donate some lab … more »

Sage Science, Inc.
Sage Science, Inc.
Blog Post
Sage Science, Inc.
Sage Science, Inc.
Blog Post
  • We had a blast as ASHG last week, and wanted to thank all the attendees who stopped by our booth. We were delighted to meet you all! If you couldn’t make it to ASHG, a couple of running themes dominated … more »

Sage Science, Inc.
Sage Science, Inc.
Blog Post
  • We can’t wait for the annual meeting of the American Society of Human Genetics next week! The Sage Science team will be heading to Orlando to catch up on cutting-edge genome science with several thousand of our nearest and dearest … more »

Sage Science, Inc.
Sage Science, Inc.
Blog Post
  • A bioRxiv preprint from scientists at Cancer Research UK and Cambridge University Hospitals offers a look at how DNA size selection can be used to enhance results of circulating tumor DNA studies. Their analysis indicates that adding a simple sizing … more »

Sage Science, Inc.
Sage Science, Inc.
Blog Post
  • Patients with hereditary ALS-FTLD (Lou Gehrig’s disease, marked by frontotemporal lobar degeneration) typically have a hexanucleotide repeat expansion in C9orf72. The size of that repeat expansion can be indicative of age of onset, severity of symptoms, and more, so it’s … more »

Sage Science, Inc.
Sage Science, Inc.
Blog Post
  • It’s time for a genomics party! The Festival of Genomics returns to Boston next week, and we’re already looking forward to it. Sage is proud to be a sponsor and exhibitor at this great event, which brings together more than … more »

Sage Science, Inc.
Sage Science, Inc.
Blog Post
  • We enjoy a good technology evaluation as much as the next scientist, particularly when it comes to sequencing. So we were quite interested in a recent F1000Research publication about long-read sequencing platforms from researchers at the University of Iowa, the … more »

Sage Science, Inc.
Sage Science, Inc.
Blog Post
  • A new podcast from Mendelspod features an interesting interview with Barrett Bready, CEO of electronic mapping firm Nabsys, who emphasizes the growing need to incorporate structural variation data into genome studies. In the discussion, Bready describes his company’s platform, which … more »

Sage Science, Inc.
Sage Science, Inc.
Blog Post
Sage Science, Inc.
Sage Science, Inc.
Blog Post
  • A new preprint from the Hoekstra lab at Harvard makes great use of the double digest RAD-seq protocol to better understand reproductive barriers and speciation in closely related species of mice. Since it was the Hoekstra lab that gave us … more »

Sage Science, Inc.
Sage Science, Inc.
Blog Post
  • At the Broad Institute, scientist Michelle Cipicchio is part of the technology development team responsible for optimizing new methods or sample types before they’re implemented on the organization’s industrial-scale exome and whole-genome sequencing pipeline. Recently, she’s been working with the … more »

Sage Science, Inc.
Sage Science, Inc.
Blog Post
Sage Science, Inc.
Sage Science, Inc.
Blog Post
  • A recently shared preprint demonstrates the effectiveness of size-selection for nanopore sequencing, relying on the PippinHT automated DNA sizing platform for high-throughput pipelines. “Mapping And Phasing Of Structural Variation In Patient Genomes Using Nanopore Sequencing” comes from lead author Mircea … more »

Sage Science, Inc.
Sage Science, Inc.
Blog Post
  • At Creighton University in Omaha, Neb., Dr. Anna Selmecki’s lab explores various fungal species to understand genome instability, pathogenesis, and the acquisition of drug resistance. For these investigations, her team relies heavily on whole genome sequencing, using both the Illumina … more »

Sage Science, Inc.
Sage Science, Inc.
Blog Post
  • If you haven’t heard about CATCH by now, it’s time to catch up. Short for Cas9-assisted targeting of chromosome segments, CATCH comes from the lab of Yuval Ebenstein at Tel Aviv University and was first reported in this Nature Communications … more »

Out-Market Your Competitors?

Get complete competitive insights on over 2.2 million companies to drive your marketing strategy.

Create Free Account Log in

By signing up, you agree to the Terms of Service and Privacy Policy.

Out-Market Your Competitors

Get complete competitive insights on over 2.2 million companies to drive your marketing strategy.

Create Free Account

Already a user?  Log in

By signing up, you agree to the Terms of Service and Privacy Policy.