Monthly Archives: October 2010

Helicos on the offensive – Makes good on claims to defend their IP

Helicos BioSciences Corporation has now named all three major competitors in a lawsuit claiming willfull infringement on their patents which broadly cover sequencing-by-synthesis technology.  They claim that Pacific Biosciences, Life Technologies, and Illumina have all incorporated Helicos’ patented technology “at ...

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Recent Industry Press

10/14/2010 – UC Davis Researchers Using CLC bio for Cutting-Edge RNA-Seq Milk Cell Transcriptome Publication DAVIS, Calif.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Researchers from the Department of Animal Science at UC Davis are using RNA-seq technology and data analysis software from CLC bio to develop ...

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Protein Regulation Mechanism Differs by RNA Length

Thanks to the new technological advances in genome and transcriptome sequencing, we know that a major portion of the genome is being transcribed but only a small portion of this transcriptome contains the protein-coding sequences. The remainder can be split ...

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