New York, NY (PRWEB) November 19, 2013
BioTechniques presents a special ‘retro’ issue in November 2013 in honor of the 30th Anniversary of the publication. This special issue contains all new news features and research articles, however, the articles will be presented in a format and style reminiscent of BioTechniques articles from the early 1990’s. This issue also contains a look at the evolution of the journal cover art during the past three decades as well as a special news feature exploring the development of key technologies and the role BioTechniques has played in their communication to the greater scientific community.
The November issue features articles on:
Keywords: PCR, next-generation sequencing, RNA seq, microsatellites, DNA contamination, confocal microscopy, light microscopy, super-resolution imaging, high-throughput imaging and screening, PCR primer design, array-CGH, cell cycle timing, inducible cell lines, shRNA, inducible expression vectors
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