New York, NY (PRWEB) July 31, 2014
The July 2014 issue of BioTechniques (http://www.biotechniques.com) is now available as an open access journal featuring the following articles:
- P-LinK: A method for generating multicomponent
- Graphene veils: A versatile surface chemistry for sensors
- A workflow to increase verification rate of chromosomal structural rearrangements using high-throughput next-generation sequencing
- Quantification of particle-conjugated or particle-encapsulated peptides on interfering reagent backgrounds
- Multi-modality imaging of a murine mammary window chamber for breast cancer research
- A Tech News article titled “Optogenetics Turns 10”
Issue keywords: next-generation sequencing, multi-modal imaging, breast cancer research, animal imaging, gene deletion, genome engineering, CRISPR/Cas9, chromosomal rearrangements, biosensors, graphene, graphene oxide, protein fusions, protein linkers, PCR, optogenetics, neuroscience
Also available is the June 2014 issue of BioTechniques featuring the following articles:
- Library construction for ancient genomics: Single strand or double strand?
- MDC-Analyzer: A novel degenerate primer design tool for the construction of intelligent mutagenesis libraries with contiguous sites
- Off-on polyadenylation strategy as a supplemental mechanism for silencing toxic transgene expression during lentiviral vector production
- Simultaneous quantification of alternatively spliced transcripts in a single droplet digital PCR reaction
- A simple approach for classifying new mutations as somatic or germinal in DNA samples lacking paired tissue
- Expression and purification of bioactive, low-endotoxin recombinant human vitronectin
- A Tech News article titled “Cell Culture’s Spider Silk Road”
Issue keywords: digital PCR, genomic DNA, copy number analysis, recombinate proteins, proteomics, Western blots, computational biology, cell culture, extracellular matrix, glass slide coatings, stem cell biology, stem cell analysis, next-generation sequencing, cell culture, cell culture media, extracellular matrix components, lentiviral transduction, gene transfer, gene therapy, mutation detection and analysis, ancient DNA, molecular biology
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