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Gibson Assembly Cloning Method

By | November 1, 2017

The Gibson Assembly® method has quickly become an invaluable tool for molecular cloning workflows due to its flexibility and efficiency. It allows for the cloning of multiple fragments directly into any vector without the use of restriction enzymes. Learn how to go from DNA fragments to complex plasmid constructs with this poster from SGI-DNA!

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No-Wash/No-Lyse Techniques: Simplifying Flow Cytometry

By | November 1, 2017

Conventional flow cytometry has relatively limited sensitivity, meaning that heterogeneous cell samples often have to be purified through lysis and wash steps prior to analysis. Technological advancements have enabled no-wash/no-lyse workflows for more precise and faster flow cytometry analysis.

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Linked-Reads: Find the Answer to What's Been Missing

By | October 1, 2017

With Linked-Reads, researchers now have the power to resolve ambiguous single nucleotide variants, provide phasing and haplotype information, identify structural variants, and assemble genomes without the need for a reference sequence.

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Cell-Line Engineering: A Check-up Before you Scale up

By | June 1, 2017

Be ready for the bioproduction boom!

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Charting the Tumor Microenvironment

By | April 12, 2017

Understanding the components of the tumor microenvironment and their interplay is essential to better targeting of tumor growth and metastasis in both the laboratory and clinic. Download this poster from PerkinElmer to learn more.

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Revolutionizing Gene Expression with Single-Cell RNAseq

By | April 1, 2017

Single-cell RNA sequencing allows you to ask and answer questions that require single-cell resolution on a scale that suits your experimental needs, from hundreds to millions of cells. Download this poster from 10x Genomics to learn more.

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Going Viral: Where Busy Scientists go to Meet the Virus of Their Dreams

By | March 1, 2017

Choosing a viral delivery system is a bit like choosing a partner. Do you share goals? Are you truly compatible? Download our "Going Viral" poster to find the right viral system for you!

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Meet Your Next Milestone With CRISPR

By | March 1, 2017

With 80+ years' experience in mouse genetics, The Jackson Laboratory has the capability to modify strains that are relevant in preclinical drug discovery and development with unmatched success rates. With our model generation, breeding, phenotyping, and in vivo testing under one roof, you can save months and meet that next milestone. Download this poster from JAX to learn more.

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image: Fast Forward: Accelerating CRISPR Research with Automated HCS

Fast Forward: Accelerating CRISPR Research with Automated HCS

By | February 1, 2017

Download this poster to learn how automation is enabling genome editing with higher throughput with less hands-on effort.

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The Gloved Crusader: Advancing Tip Technology

By | February 1, 2017

The Gloved Crusader in The Volume Goes to 11 μL. A tale of tools, techniques, and triumph. 

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