Enabling Technology Projects
Enabling technology research projects are developing new and improved technology that will be broadly applicable to genomics, proteomics, or related areas. The term "technology" denotes methods and tools that enable research including, but not limited to, instrumentation and/or devices, techniques and software.
Genome BC’s current research projects in enabling technology:
- Application of next-generation sequencing technologies to clinical testing in hereditary cancer syndromes
- Commercial development of short interfering RNA-lipid nanoparticles (siRNA-LNP) for in vivo functional genomics
- Detecting and characterizing chimeric transcripts in mouse tissues
- Development and commercialization of standardized reagents for mass spectrometry-basedproteomics
- Signal Detection Development for Sequence Specific SCODA