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  • Ötzi’s “non-human” DNA

    Ötzi’s human genome was decoded from a hip bone sample taken from the 5,300 year old mummy. However the tiny sample weighing no more than 0.1 g provides so much more information. A team of scientists from EURAC in Bolzano/Bozen together with colleagues from the University of Vienna successfully anal more

  • Male infertility: It's all about the package

    Infertility is generally thought of as a woman's problem. In fact, more than 3 million men across America also experience it. Today, researchers from Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory (CSHL) describe a key event during sperm development that is essential for male fertility. A team led by CSHL Professor more

  • Seeing double: New study explains evolution of duplicate genes

    From time to time, living cells will accidently make an extra copy of a gene during the normal replication process. Throughout the history of life, evolution has molded some of these seemingly superfluous genes into a source of genetic novelty, adaptation and diversity. A new study shows one way tha more

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  • RealTime ready qPCR Assay Design and Configuration Portal Content

    The gene and transcript annotational content of the RealTime ready Configurator offers a combined view of three of the main gene annotation authorities. The positional information of the lab-tested RealTime ready assays regarding transcript or exon coverage is presented in a graphical overview and tabular format. Additional content provides a convenient and browsable entry point for target gene selection for cataloged as well as new assays that are developed on demand more

  • RealTime ready - Function Tested qPCR Assays Based on the Universal ProbeLibrary Technology

    RealTime ready qPCR Assays redefine real-time qPCR because each assay is function-tested in PCR and qualified under strict criteria to assure superior performance. The RealTime ready Assays are based on the well-known Universal ProbeLibrary (UPL) tec more

  • Outstanding Microarray Experimental Results Using FuGENE® HD Transfection Reagent

    Transfection is a method for delivering nucleic acids, either DNA or RNA, into animal cells in vitro. In applications such as protein production, the main purpose is to produce protein; consequently any effects on endogenous gene expression are generally irrelevant, unless the changes relate directly to loss of the cell's ability to produce protein, i.e., cell death. In contrast, in applications where the biochemical pathways are of interest, changes within the cell can alter the interpretation of the data. Unintended up- or down-regulation of genes within transfected cells is termed an off-target effect. This may be caused by the reagent itself, the vector, or the process of transfection. Such effects, if not carefully evaluated, may lead to misinterpretation of the transfection results and to misleading conclusions. Critically important in transfection experiments is the selection of the appropriate control. more

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GDB Human Genome Database

GDB Human Genome Database The GDB Human Genome Database is a community curated collection of human genomic data. What set GDB apart from other biological databases, was its use of world-class leaders in human genetics to act as curators for th ... more

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