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Summary of the August 2015 issue of BioTechniques

This August, BioTechniques will feature new, innovative research methods and techniques focusing on: a unique series of tools to enable the study of microbes at the single cell level an automated approach to measuring ommatidia in the eyes of beetles that is 70x faster an improved split ubiquitin screen capable of identifying surface membrane protein […]

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BioTechniques July 2015 Issue Preview

July 2015 issue of BioTechniques The July 2015 issue of BioTechniques will feature new research articles focusing on: constructing overlapping long mate pair read libraries isolation and characterization of circulating extracellular RNAs detection and analysis of DNA binding motifs in genomic DNA reversing DNA damage and enhancing capture for study of ancient DNA a simplified […]

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BioTechniques June 2015 Issue Preview

The June 2015 issue of BioTechniques will feature new research articles focusing on: cell culture methods to study neutrophil biology a computer platform for the design of overlapping PCR experiments a simplified ribosome profiling technique for microbial research a protocol for the rapid and efficient isolation of high-quality sperm DNA a novel approach for generating […]

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BioTechniques May 2015 Issue Preview

The May issue of BioTechniques presents exciting new articles focusing on: fatty acid quantification using albuminisolation of DNA from plant seeds for rapid PCR genotyping photostability of fluorescent proteins in cell culture media more effective ways to construction NGS sequencing libraries enhancing DNA methylation quantificatio In addition to these research articles, the May issue will […]

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BioTechniques April 2015 Issue Preview

The April 2015 issue of BioTechniques will feature articles reporting new methods for: DNA cloning using the CRISPR/Cas9 system visualization of products from isothermal amplification reactions studying bacterial cysts using transmission electron microscopy construction of sequencing libraries using a transposon-based protocol optimizing the reagents used in chromosome capture assays In addition to these new methods, […]

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BioTechniques March 2015 Issue Preview

The March 2015 issue of BioTechniques will feature new articles examining new techniques for: T-cell receptor gene expression from a retroviral construct, the isolation of genomic DNA from both yeast and bacteria, detection of KRAS mutations protein domain annotation In addition to these articles, March will also feature our latest Protocol Guide article focusing on […]

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BioTechniques February 2015 Issue Preview

BioTechniques February 2015 Issue Preview Ad Reservation Deadline: January 12 Materials Due: January 15 The next issue of BioTechniques will feature articles describing new methods for: enhanced counterselection marker in E. coli a technique for the visual detection of nucleic acid amplification the collection of saliva RNA and proteins the assessment of the contractile dynamics […]

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Summary of the January 2015 Issue of BioTechniques

The January 2015 issue of BioTechniques will feature new articles describing novel methods for: visualizing human chromosomes using electron microscopy preparing mixtures of amino acids for protein translation experiments amplifying up to 1000 target templates in a single reaction detecting DNA double-strand break using image cytometry isolating myoblasts and fibroblasts for migration analysis using a […]

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Summary of the December 2014 Issue of BioTechniques

The December 2014 issue of BioTechniques will feature articles reporting new advances in: PCR amplification specificity discriminating SNPs in GC-rich regions assessing sources of variation in biofilm studies automating cytokinesis-block micronuclease cytome assays using laser scanning cytometry In addition to these articles, our final Practical Guide article for 2014, focusing on cell culture tools, techniques, […]

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Summary of the November 2014 issue of BioTechniques

The next issue of BioTechniques will feature articles describing new methods for: the marking of cells with fluorescent proteins for visualization a new two color-fluorescence in situ hybridization technique using chromogenic substrates a novel approach to obtaining DNA from fingermarks for use in DNA profiling how to find the correct antibodies to use in certain […]

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