Articles By kiko

Published 5 Months Ago
Long Read Sequencing Fills in the Missing Pieces of Genomics
The development of DNA sequencing technology has made it possible for human beings to explore the mysteries of themselves and other beings, while the advent of the genomics era has put higher demands on sequencing technologies. Scientific research has now

Published 5 Months Ago
Epigenomics: Opening the Black Box of Cancer
The epigenome is composed of chemical markers and proteins that can attach to DNA and direct the function of gene regulatory elements, controlling the production of proteins in specific cells, among other roles.

Published 7 Months Ago
CD Genomics Perspective: NGS-Based Gene Panels for Cancer Research
Tumorigenesis involves in many somatic mutations, most of which are random. Generally, hundreds of genes are thought to be associated with oncogenesis progression and have high mutation rates. Digging deeper into the cancer genome can help to understand t

Published 7 Months Ago
CD Genomics Perspective: Bioinformatic Analysis for HLA Genotyping
Human leukocyte antigen (HLA) is a 3.6 Mb segment on the short arm of chromosome 6 that contains over 200 genes. It is also known as the major histocompatibility complex (MHC), and it is the most polymorphic region in the human genome, involving diverse i

Published 8 Months Ago
RNA Sequencing Increases the Chance of RNA Biomarker Discovery
Biomarkers are defined as measurable biological characteristics that are associated with normal or pathological conditions. They possess clinical relevance, including diagnostic, prognostic, and predictive values. RNA, not only an essential part of the ce

Published 8 Months Ago
High-Throughput Sequencing Approach to Explore the Human Microbiome
A growing body of evidence now suggests that human microbial dysbiosis has a crucial role in cancer development and progression. Unlike earlier studies relying on culturing bacteria from the tissue of cancer, high-throughput sequencing methods have enable

Published 9 Months Ago
Research Progress on Application of Enzyme Technology in Food Processing
Enzyme technology usually refers to chemical reaction technology mainly through the catalytic conversion of enzymes in a limited reaction vessel. The application of enzyme technology has been distributed to all walks of life, such as manufacturing, chemic

Published 9 Months Ago
A Quick Guide to Proteolytic Enzymes
Protease formulations are without a doubt one of the most fully functional dietary supplements in terms of providing significant health benefits. Clinical studies have documented numerous effective benefits and support for people facing a variety of healt

Published 9 Months Ago
Classification and Function of Amylase
Amylase (AMS), also known as 1,4-α-D-glucanohydrolase, is a general term for enzymes that hydrolyze starch and glycogen. The main function of amylase is to break down starch to produce simple sugars such as fructose, maltose, glucose and dextrin. Amylase

Published 9 Months Ago
Abzyme, an Important Artificial Synthetic Enzyme
The development of artificial synthetic enzymes is still in the initial stage, and significant progress has been made after several years of efforts. The artificial enzyme developed has a catalytic speed close to that of natural enzymes, which means that

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