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Summary of the October 2014 Issue of BioTechniques

The October 2014 issue of BioTechniques brings new methods for: the in vivo validation of cancer therapeutic targets loading agarose gels without the need to open PCR tubesefficient detection of KRAS mutations improved sequence assembly from targeted enrichment libraries correlative FRET and proximity ligation assay analysis of protein interactions easier genetic manipulation of bacterial species […]

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Summary of the September 2014 issue of BioTechniques

The September 2014 issue of BioTechniques will feature new research articles on: CRISPR/Cas9 gene deletion analysis and visualization of reverse phase protein array data stabilization of primers and fluorogenic probes for long-term storage a stain for improved visualization of cells on polymer scaffolds by electron microscopy the influence of clotting duration on the concentration of […]

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Summary of the August 2014 Issue of BioTechniques

In August, BioTechniques will bring readers new methods and techniques in the areas of: cell capture and purification precise gene replacement and deletion for genome engineering allele discrimination tabilization of fluorogenic probes and primers for real-time assays enzymes with strand displacement activity In addition to these research articles, August will also feature a Tech News […]

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Summary of the July 2014 issue of BioTechniques

The July issue of BioTechniques brings new methods for generating fusion proteins with a variety of linker lengths, a new approach for creating unique and versatile biosensor surfaces, an enhanced workflow for examining chromosomal structural rearrangements, a new technique for precise gene deletion and replacement in human cells using the CRISPR/Cas9 system, and a novel […]

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Summary of the June 2014 Issue of BioTechniques

The June 2014 issue of BioTechniques will feature new articles describing novel methods developments in the areas of: (i) library construction for next-generation sequencing applications, (ii) design of degenerative primers for mutagenesis libraries, (iii) quantification of spliced transcripts by droplet digital PCR, (iv) classification of mutations as germinal or somatic, (v) expression of bioactive human […]

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Summary of the May 2014 issue of BioTechniques

After a number of years, BioTechniques is getting a face-lift. For the May issue, we will be rolling out a new look for the journal, featuring a redesigned layout, expanded news features and more research articles. From cover to cover, the May issue brings a new look and experience to the readers of BioTechniques, all […]

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Summary of the April 2014 Issue of BioTechniques

The April 2014 issue of BioTechniques will feature new articles describing novel methods developments in the areas of DNA nanostructure assembly, cell culture design, droplet digital PCR function, and molecular cloning. In addition to these research articles, April will also feature news articles profiling major figures in scientific research, a collection of highlights of the […]

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Summary of the March 2014 issue of BioTechniques

The March 2014 issue of BioTechniques will feature new articles and methods, including: (i) a method that uses proximity ligation to analyze chromatin at high resolution (ii) an approach for the systematic selection of aptamer pairs for sandwich assays, (iii) a novel design for glass needles to enhance insect transformation protocols, (iv) a technique for […]

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Summary of the February 2014 issue of BioTechniques

The February 2014 issue of BioTechniques will feature new articles and methods on: (i) prolonging translation and protein yields with an in vitro translation system, (ii) systematic selection of aptamer pairs for sandwich assays, (iii) generating highly multiplexed ChIP-Seq libraries, and (iv) controlling contamination in resequencing studies using a web-based tool. In addition to these […]

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Summary of the January 2014 issue of BioTechniques

Summary of the January 2014 issue of BioTechniques The January 2014 issue of BioTechniques will feature articles describing new methods for: (i) mounting of tissue samples for atomic force microscopy, (ii) semi-automated preparation of next-generation sequencing libraries, (iii) efficient transfection of embryonic limb mesenchyme, (iv) linear amplification of target DNA to enhance PCR results, and […]

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