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Restriction Endonucleases: An Overview

30 years ago, when people are restrictions on the phage host specificity – when modified to study the phenomenon , first discovered by restriction endonucleases . Bacteria can resist new viruses , and this ” limitation ” approach can be … Continue reading

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Cellecta’s DECIPHER Project RNAi Screening Tools at Roswell Park Cancer Institute

We’ve started your blog as being a simple, unobtrusive conduit that permits us to speak on to our customers, collaborators, along with interested researchers about new and interesting developments linked to Cellecta’s technology and business. Because the first post, we … Continue reading

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New technique in RNA interference cuts a serious amounts of cost in genetic screens

There exists a new contender in neuro-scientific gene discovery, and yes it’s giving knockout mice a run their money. Researchers for the Rockefeller University have shown which a new technique using RNA interference has the capacity to find genes that … Continue reading

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Get rid of HIV and aggressive sort of leukemia ?

Scientists in the Laboratory of Molecular Virology and Gene Therapy of KU Leuven found that a protein through an important role inside the spread of HIV , exactly the same function exercises from the development of a hostile form of … Continue reading

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Another Group Finds Similar Keys to Optimal Pooled shRNA Library Screens

Our group recently ran across an article describing an independent RNAi screen with a non-Cellecta pooled shRNA expression library that piqued our interest. In the October 2011 online Genome Biology Journal, Sims, et al. comprehensively described how to run a … Continue reading

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Construction of a Stable Replicating Shuttle Vector for Caldicellulosiruptor species: Extending Genetic Methodologies to other Members of This Genus

University of Georgia researchers have developed a replicating shuttle vector based on a small plasmid for Caldicellulosiruptor bescii. The entire plasmid was cloned into an E. coli cloning vector. The shuttle vector enables modification of several members the genus (including … Continue reading

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Key Profiling Can result in A Blood Test For Cancer of the lung

Researchers have identified characteristic patterns of molecules called microRNA (miRNA) within the blood of individuals with the United states that could reveal both the presence and aggressiveness on the disease, and maybe who’s going to be vulnerable to developing it. … Continue reading

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