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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 gener
Metagenomics is the study of genomic content in a complex mixture of microorganisms. The two primary goals of this approach are to characterize the organisms present in a sample and identify what roles each organism has within a specific environment.
RNA silencing is a mechanism of gene regulation whereby small double-stranded RNAs (dsRNAs) of 21-18 nucleotides in length cause mRNA degradation, mRNA translation, or chromatin modification. In the past years, more than 500 novel genes have been ide
Lentiviral vectors are ideally suited vehicles for a broad range of research applications. Depending on pseudotype, lentiviruses infect a wide range
Similar to other epithelial appendages, teeth form through reciprocal signaling interactions between the ectodermally derived dental epithelium and the mesenchyme. These signaling interactions program enamel matrix-secreting ameloblasts and dentin-fo
During the past decade, a considerable number of transcriptome profiling analyses have been reported. High-throughput approaches such as tagging-based serial analysis of gene expression (SAGE) and hybridization-based microarray technologies have been
The function of proteins can be studied in cultured cells using two distinctly different methodologies, both involving the transfection of DNA or RNA into cultured cells. The protein can be over-expressed in cells by transfecting the gene that codes
Common fragile sites (CFSs) are loci that are particularly susceptible to forming gaps and breaks on metaphase chromosomes after partial inhibition of DNA synthesis, for example induced by aphidicolin (APH). FRA3B, a fragile site lying within the FHI
Culture, PCR, serologic, and oligonucleotide microarray analyses for a wide range of infectious agents were negative in samples from three individuals who had received organ transplants from a single donor and died of a febrile illness 4-6 weeks afte
With the completion of the human genome sequence, the detailed understanding of gene functions by analyzing the structure, biological activities, and dynamics of the encoded proteins has become the next challenge. The technology of RNA interference (