Gregor Bucher

standard Göttingen SPIRIT Summer School “Molecular Genetics for Zoologists”

With modern molecular methods, many organisms have become amenable to functional genetics: next generation sequencing can reveal genome sequences and expression profiles, RNA interference allows transcript levels to be knocked down to study gene function, new genome editing tools allow […]

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standard Spatially resolved transcriptomics – RNAseq goes 3D

Classicly, in situ hybridization is used to detect spatial information on gene expression with cellular resolution. However, the results are limited to the genes you chose to study. Further, the number of different transcripts detected at one time is usually […]