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Volume 36 Issue 4, April 2018

Volume 36 Issue 4

A light micrograph showing the layered structure of the retina. da Cruz et al. transplant a patch of retinal pigment epithelium derived from human embryonic stem cells into the eyes of two individuals with age-related macular degeneration (p 328). Credit: Alvin Telser/Science Photo Library

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    Ultra-long read, single-molecule nanopore sequencers are beginning to find an expanding set of research applications in both human genomics and pathogenomics.

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    Our annual survey highlights how immune-oncology and screens based on the application of cutting-edge omics technologies are providing a launchpad for a succession of startups interrogating biology across biomedicine.

    • Malorye Allison Branca
    • Ken Garber
    • Laura DeFrancesco

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