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KromaTiD’s Dark Lab Files: A Blog

KromaTiD’s Dark Lab Files: Happy National Cytotechnology Day!

Microscopic study of the cells in our bodies is what Cytotechnology is all about.  Taking our cells, putting them on a slide and reading them with a computerized microscope gives the Cytotechnologist the ability to visualize and detect abnormalities in our cells which indicate [...]

KromaTiD’s Dark Lab Files: The Great Race to Cure Cancer – CAR-T Segment

As technologies evolve, therapies for cancer have advanced and more and more researchers are finding out how the science of our bodies make us ill and can repair us.   In this great life sciences race to learn about our diseases and illnesses, and how [...]

April 28, 2022|Tags: , , , |

KromaTiD’s Dark Lab Files : Cytogenetics a Little History Lesson

Cytogenetics has been a key part of biology since 1842, a Swiss botanist named Karl Nägeli had first discovered chromosomes in pollen. Many decades later the science has been defined as the study of chromosomes, including their behavior, mechanics, and role in genetic research. [...]

April 8, 2022|Tags: , , |

KromaTiD’s Dark Lab Files: FDA Draft Guidelines for Human Gene Therapy Products Incorporating Human Genome Editing

Last month March 2022, the FDA released Draft guidelines for Human Gene Therapy Products Incorporating Human Genome Editing.  This guideline is a Draft and as they seek comments and feedback, let’s discuss how exciting this if for those of us in this marketplace, specifically [...]

April 5, 2022|

Structural Variations in Rare and Undiagnosed Diseases

First let’s define what a Structural Variation is. A structural variation (SV) is generally defined as a region of DNA that shows a change in copy number (deletions, insertions and duplications), orientation (inversions) or chromosomal location (translocations) between [...]

February 17, 2022|


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