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In the #biotech #stocks #NGS field, there is a company that's recently IPOed and has now presented an update of their plans: $OMIC Singular Genomics @SingularGenomi1…
Their two planned instruments, the G4 and the PX, look physically a lot like competitors to the #Illumina NextSeq and NovaSeq, or the #MGI #DNBSEQ G400 and T7 instruments. But the PX is more of a multi-omics play rather than a higher throughput #NGS machine.
It seems we are about 1 year or 1.5 years away from Early Access / Commercial Launch for the PX, maybe around 6 months earlier for the G4 instrument.
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Good to see that #NextGenSequencing #NGS is become more and more available worldwide.
There is an argument that in markets where #Illumina has lesser IP coverage to block #MGI #DNBSEQ instruments, the fight for the #shortreads market will become more akin to the 2024 IP cliff for #Illumina. An example here, but also China, certain Eastern Europe countries, ...
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A post on the current #singlecell biology technology space.
Most of the information is my personal opinion after having followed the field first-hand or from comments I gathered from experts on either the wet-lab side or the data analysis side.
The largest player so far is 10X Genomics: in technological terms, they were the second to be able to apply the kind of high-throughput level to the problem of single-cell assays. Initially, they got into trouble with IP due to the fact that some of the founders were involved
in developing the technology in another company, which ended up being gobbled up by a larger player with big pockets and plenty of lawyers on retainer. Although never certain, it seems from the last 1-2 years of news that the IP issues have subsided, so now it's a play on tech.
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My highlights of the RNGS21 @MGI_BGI Satellite Workshop talks:…
Talk on AMR genes by @johnpenders at Maastricht UMC+ (I hope it's the right one), and how these increase/decrease for example with intercontinental travel patterns. Travelers to South-Eastern Asia acquire the mcr-1 gene.
Mcr-1 gene is identified and well-known from 2015, but the patterns of AMR migration started earlier
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