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The genome sequence of the small white, Pieris rapae

Konrad Lohse, Sam Ebdon, Roger Vila, Darwin Tree of Life Barcoding collective, Wellcome Sanger Institute Tree of Life programme, Wellcome Sanger Institute Scientific Operations: DNA Pipelines collecti..

The genome sequence of the garden bumblebee, Bombus hortorum

Liam Crowley, University of Oxford and Wytham Woods Genome Acquisition Lab, Darwin Tree of Life Barcoding collective, Wellcome Sanger Institute Tree of Life programme, Wellcome Sanger Institute Scient..


The genome sequence of the white ermine, Spilosoma lubricipeda

Douglas Boyes, Peter W.H. Holland, University of Oxford and Wytham Woods Genome Acquisition Lab, Darwin Tree of Life Barcoding collective, Wellcome Sanger Institute Tree of Life programme, Wellcome Sa..


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We are pleased with the informative nature and quality of the Arima-HiChIP data.  Not only do we observe intrachromosomal cis-regulatory interactions across cancer genomes, but also interchromosomal ectopic cis-regulatory interactions on rearranged chromosomes.  We think this data will help better delineate the relationship between genetic and epigenetic driver events in cancer.

Peter Scacheri, PhD

Professor, Case Western University School of Medicine

Arima Genomics is an integral technology partner of the G10K consortium and Phase I of the VGP project. Arima was selected for Phase I based on the quality of their data, proven by their ability to generate reproducible and high-quality data despite variability in input sample quality and quantity. 

Gene Myers, PhD

G10K Council Member and Director, Max-Planck Institute of Molecular Cell Biology and Genetics

When we tested Arima-HiC kit in our hands, we consistently got very high-quality libraries. Particularly, the fraction of interchromosomal reads is reduced.

Daan Noordermeer, PhD

Group Leader, Chromatin Dynamics Group at French National Centre for Scientific Research (CNRS)