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RADseq: Smoke and Mirrors in Butterfly Genetics

7906 views | 7 years ago

Learn how restriction site-associated DNA sequencing can help us learn about ecology, evolution, and conservation efforts. Learn more at:

Methylation: When Whole Genome Sequencing is not Enough! | Illumina SciMon Video

5272 views | 8 years ago

While some cancers subtypes can be elucidated using whole exome sequencing, others show an epigenomic signature. Researchers explore the versatility of Illumina technology, across whole exome sequencing,...

SPARK 2021 Opening Remarks from Illumina CEO Francis deSouza

4897 views | 2 years ago

Illumina CEO Francis deSouza's opening remarks for SPARK 2021. SPARK, presented by Illumina, is about uniting the ecosystem around the possibilities of genomic technology and the need for increased...

Gut-Brain Axis: The Melancholy of Our Gut Microbiome

4686 views | 7 years ago

The microbial population in our guts not only helps with digestion and nutrient absorption, but it also facilitates many important biochemical signaling pathways involved in diseases and our immune...

Single-Cell RNA Sequencing and de novo Cell Type Discovery | Illumina Video

4356 views | 7 years ago

Characterization of cells, cell types, and development, is a challenging problem. Traditionally, pathologists apply methods that rely on the a priori knowledge about morphological characteristics of...

Mitochondria: How our ancient companion plays a role in cancer | Illumina SciMon Video

4024 views | 7 years ago

Sequencing reveals insights into unexpected intercellular genomic transfers between the mitochondria and the nucleus. Learn more at:

No Time to Stand Down: COVID and What's Next

3592 views | 2 years ago

Moderator: Phil Febbo, Illumina Panelists: Tulio de Oliveira, Nelson Mandela School of Medicine; Stacey Gabriel, The Broad Institute; Scott Gottlieb, New Enterprise Associates; Eric Topol, Scripps Research...

CRISPR-Cas9: Genome engineering made simple | Illumina SciMon Video

3071 views | 7 years ago

The CRISPR-Cas9 technique, which holds great promise for the future of clinical, biological, and agricultural developments, has seen many applications in 2015. This recently developed gene editing technique...