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  • The Swedish initiative to map all human proteins reaches half-way point

    Scientists in Sweden marked the half way point of a major, ground-breaking initiative to map every single protein in the human body. Once complete, the Human Protein Atlas will provide scientists with data which will help detect and treat some of the world’s most serious health problems such as canc more

  • NYU Langone scientists are first to sequence the genomes of 2 ant species

    Scientists have finally sequenced the entire genome of an ant, actually two very different species of ant, and the insights gleaned from their genetic blueprints are already yielding tantalizing clues to the extraordinary social behavior of ants. A result of a collaborative research project led by D more

  • The Porcine microRNAome is revealed

    Researchers from LC Sciences LLC and a collaboration of universities have established a porcine microRNAome, a complete catalog of all microRNAs expressed in the species Sus scrofa. MicroRNAs (miRNAs) are small regulatory RNA molecules known to control a wide array of cellular functions such as gr more

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  • siRNA Silencing of Lamin A and Quantification of the Knockdown Effect via qPCR

    Lamins are structural proteins which form a thin fibrous layer called the nuclear lamina. Currently, three types of lamins are known in mammalian cells: lamin A, B, and C. Lamins may be involved in DNA replication, chromatin organization, differentiation, nuclear structural support, nuclear envelope reassembly, and several other processes. Mutations of lamin A can cause muscular dystrophy, dilated cardiomyopathy, familiar partial lipodystrophy [3], and other disorders. For the detailed analysis of the different functions of this more than 70 kDa large protein, the expression should be blocked. more

  • Epitope Mapping Using the In Vitro Rapid Translation System RTS 100

    The Rapid Translation System (RTS) represents a cell-free system that allows efficient production of protein from linear DNA sequences. This article gives a brief outline of the use of the RTS technology in linear epitope mapping and shows its promise for reducing time-consuming cloning and cell-lysis steps. more

  • Enabling Cancer Research with FuGENE® HD Transfection Reagent

    A major problem in some areas of cancer research is the difficulty of transfecting a significant number of the cells of interest, while minimizing the cytotoxic or other off-target effects of the transfection event itself. It is well-known that the use of some transfection reagents results in high levels of expression of the gene of interest in surviving cells, but also in high levels of cell death or other cellular alterations. FuGENE® HD Transfection Reagent overcomes these problems, results in high ­levels of transfection in many cancer cell lines, and thus enables researchers to conduct experiments that have previously not been possible. more

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