BioTechniques: The International Journal of Life Science Methods Launches a 2013 Free Subscription Campaign in Honor of the 30 Year Anniversary of the Journal

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Print and digital edition subscriptions to BioTechniques are available free to qualified subscribers. All subscriptions include access to online-only issues featuring the latest methods and techniques covering the most popular technologies used in lab research today.

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In celebration of the 30th anniversary of BioTechniques: The International Journal of Life Science Methods, the journal’s publisher is pleased to announce the launch of a special free subscription offer aimed at bringing one of the original open-access journals focused on life science methods to a wider audience of life scientists . New subscribers can chose to receive either print or digital editions of the monthly magazine, with both options giving subscribers access to a variety of online only special issues covering topics such as cell culture, microRNAs, microscopy/fluorescent probes, next-generation sequencing, PCR, stem cells, and transfection throughout 2013.

As any current reader can attest, BioTechniques has focused on conveying innovative lab techniques and methods to readers for more than 30 years now, and 2013 will be no different. During the coming year, subscribers can expect to learn even more with articles focusing on:

Advances in DNA Sequencing

In Vivo Molecular Imaging

Genetic Engineering


Epigenetics Tools and Techniques

Single-cell Analysis


Protein-Protein Analysis


Microscopy Methods

Advanced Cloning Methodologies

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BioTechniques, the international journal of life science methods, provides open access to first-quality, peer-reviewed papers on laboratory techniques and protocols. Now in its 53rd volume, BioTechniques has over 80,000 print subscribers worldwide. The journal augments its peer-reviewed content with feature articles and topic-specific supplements.

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