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BioNano Genomics lanza Irys en Europa en ESHG 2013
Date:6/7/2013

SAN DIEGO y PARÍS, 7 de junio de 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- BioNano Genomics ha anunciado hoy la disponibilidad en la Unión Europa del sistema Irys™ para mapeo del genoma. En combinación con la Conferencia Europea de Genética Humana 2013 celebrada en París del 8 al 11, BioNano y el colaborador Pui-Yan Kwok, M.D., Ph.D., Henry Bachrach,  profesor distinguido de la Universidad de California, San Francisco (UCSF), presentarán la primera demostración de un mapa de novo del genoma humano que utiliza el sistema Irys y la utilidad de este mapa en el análisis de la variación estructural y acabado del genoma. 

"Estamos encantados de expandir el mercado global para Irys, de modo que los laboratorios de vanguardia en Europa y más allá pueden acceder al poder de las tecnologías de lectura para impulsar los descubrimientos genómicos", dijo Erik Holmlin, Ph.D., director general y consejero delegado de BioNano Genomics. "Los mapas físicos de De novo están demostrando ser cruciales para la total caracterización de los genomas. Estamos animados a demostrar hoy que la plataforma de Irys puede escalarse a genomas más grandes y complejos, como el humano. Este logro abre el camino para el lanzamiento de capacidades del genoma humano, que incluirán un nuevo IrysChip de alto rendimiento, que se anunciará en la segunda mitad de este año".

El doctor Holmlin continuó: "Con la tecnología de colección de nanocanal de Irys System, podemos ofrecer la información genómica de largo alcance que necesitan los investigadores y médicos de genómica para la detección precisa de variación estructural genómica y para completar los ensamblajes de g
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