New York, NY (PRWEB) February 25, 2014
The February 2014 issue of BioTechniques (http://www.biotechniques.com) is now available featuring the following articles:
- Library construction for next-generation sequencing: Overviews and challenges
- TUIT, a BLAST-based tool for taxonomic classification of nucleotide sequences
- High efficiency transfection of embryonic limb mesenchyme with plasmid DNA using square wave pulse electroporation and sucrose buffer
- Comparative analysis of mitosis specific antibodies for bulk purification of mitotic populations by fluorescence-activated cell sorting
- A Tech News article on Decoding protein structure, one femtosecond at a time
Keywords: next-generation sequencing, protein expression, protein purification, cloning, aptamers, aptamer selection, ELISA assays, sandwich assays, polymorphism analysis, ChIP-Seq, chromatin immunoprecipitation, computational biology, sequencing library genertation, next-generation sequencing bioinformatics, FACS, cell sorting, mitosis
Also available, the January 2014 issue of BioTechniques featuring the following articles:
- Quantitative analysis of colony morphology in yeast
- AG-NGS: A powerful and userfriendly computing application for the semi-automated preparation of next-generation sequencing libraries using open liquid handling platforms
- A technique to increase protein yield in a rabbit reticulocyte lysate translation system
- Robust and artifact-free mounting of tissue samples for atomic force microscopy
- A Tech News feature on Seamlessly rewriting the lab cloning manual
- A Troubleshooting Forum feature on Laser capture microdissection
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