About this Research Topic
This Research Topic aims to spark discussion around popular articles from 2022 in Genomic Assay Technology. This field is continuously evolving; therefore, we are seeking to understand developments and perspectives on articles that have attracted attention throughout the year.
The chosen manuscripts are:
Full-Length Spatial Transcriptomics Reveals the Unexplored Isoform Diversity of the Myocardium Post-MI
Combinatorial and Machine Learning Approaches for Improved Somatic Variant Calling from Formalin-Fixed Paraffin-Embedded Genome Sequence Data
Cell-Based NIPT Detects 47,XXY Genotype in a Twin Pregnancy
Ultra Low-Coverage Whole-Genome Sequencing as an Alternative to Genotyping Arrays in Genome-Wide Association Studies
Whole Genome Assembly of Human Papillomavirus by Nanopore Long-Read Sequencing
Utilization of CRISPR-Mediated Tools for Studying Functional Genomics in Hematological Malignancies: An Overview on the Current Perspectives, Challenges, and Clinical Implications
We welcome Opinions, Perspectives, Hypotheses and Theory, and Mini-Review article types to facilitate this discussion. Please note, only relevant papers that add a significant contribution to the discussion articles will be considered.
Keywords: high-throughput screening platforms, robotic assay technologies, imaging, cytometry, analytical instrumentation and methods, Next-Gen sequencing, gene and genome characterization
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