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A Versatile flowcell for automation of cyclic microscopy
A flowcell-based instrument to automate cyclic RNA/protein imaging of standard histology material without the need to manually manipulate the samples.
Blood Variant Caller
A software for the identification of somatic variants in cancers.
DNA size selection method for long read sequencing
An LRS method that allows a simple selection of fragments larger than 7.5 kb in length
FLIP: Rapid Production of Conditional KO Cells and Model Animals
“FLIP” is a method developed by scientists at the Sanger Institute and Cambridge University that considerably improves speed, affordability, scale and ...
HipSci Lines: Highly Characterised Human Induced Pluripotent Stem Cells
150+ cell lines derived from phenotypically healthy donors as part of the Human Pluripotent Stem Cell Initiative (HipSci) www.hipsci.org
Organoid Cell Lines
Organoid cancer models represent a novel in vitro platform for basic biological research and potential applications in drug testing and molecular ...
Below are other opportunities that have now been made open source or are technologies that now have a partner.
INSIGHT: A Scalable Isothermal NASBA-Based Platform for viral pathogens
INSIGHT is a viral pathogen testing strategy designed by the Sanger Institute scientists that could be developed as a point of ...
ISOTYPER: Antibody Immunosequencing with Parallel Isotyping
High-throughput sequencing of immune receptors (TCRs or antibodies) has developed into a technology field in its own right: immunosequencing. It allows ...
MCMS: Mouse Colony Management System
A bespoke UX optimised system built on more than a decade of close collaboration with researchers, scientists, and technicians encapsulating all ...
NANOSEQ: Nanorate sequencing, ultra-accurate detection of somatic mutations
Nanorate sequencing (Nanoseq), is a method developed by scientists at the Sanger Institute that reduces error rates to less than 5 ...