Innovation in Medicine

New technology maps where and how cells read their genome

Close Up Scientist using microscope in laboratory room while making medical testing and research

A new study published in Nature reports that a technology known as spatial omics can be used to map simultaneously how genes are switched on and off and how they are expressed in different areas of tissues and organs. This improved technology, developed by researchers at Yale University and Karolinska Institutet, could shed light on the development of tissues, as well as on certain diseases and how to treat them.

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