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Products containing specific probes for detecting alternative splice forms protected

...d Nuclear Receptor family SpliceArrays, as well as custom design services. An Apoptosis and Cytokine gene family array will be launched in the coming months. SpliceArrays are manufactured for ExonHit by Agilent Technologies. The granting of this patent solidifies ExonHit's leadership in the field of expres...

Agilent Technologies releases probe sequence, annotation information for all its commercial gene expression microarrays

...ctured commercial microarrays and design their own custom microarrays. Agilent-manufactured microarrays are based on the industry-standard 1" x 3" slide format, making them readily and easily accessible to any researchers who want to achieve a high degree of sensitivity and precision in their experiments. ...

Virus-host interactions at sea effect global photosynthesis

...ctured commercial microarrays and design their own custom microarrays. Agilent-manufactured microarrays are based on the industry-standard 1" x 3" slide format, making them readily and easily accessible to any researchers who want to achieve a high degree of sensitivity and precision in their experiments. ...

B-15A collides with Antarctic ice tongue

...ctured commercial microarrays and design their own custom microarrays. Agilent-manufactured microarrays are based on the industry-standard 1" x 3" slide format, making them readily and easily accessible to any researchers who want to achieve a high degree of sensitivity and precision in their experiments. ...

New plant DNA libraries provides massive boost to world's plant researchers

...g, Grape, Tea and Yew. The company can also create custom DNA libraries for other specific plant species that researchers wish to examine. Further details can be found on the new company's web site: http://www.wpgl.co.uk/ ...

'Computer-chemistry' yields new insight into a puzzle of cell division

...ular shapes, used a large cluster of computers and custom software to analyze about one thousand trillion different conceivable shape match-ups between the molecules. That initial mega-analysis reduced the potential molecular combinations to about 1,000 possibilities, which Rudolph called both "encouraging...

Stable polymer nanotubes may have a biotech future

...ent container. The optical tweezers can be used to custom build nanotube network structures. The work was supported in part by the Office of Naval Research. ...

UC Davis researchers move biotechnology closer to replacing electronic pacemakers

UC Davis researchers have successfully used a custom designed protein and gene delivery system to restore normal heart rhythms in pigs with electronic pacemakers, reducing their dependence on implanted devices. This work suggests that scientists are one step closer to making bioengineering a reality in...

New mechanism explains glucose effect on wakefulness

...earty meal, as exemplified by the long and honored custom of the siesta. However, scientists have understood little about how the basic energy molecule, glucose, regulates such wakefulness and other energy-related behaviors. Now, in an article in the June 1, 2006, Neuron, Denis Burdakov of the University o...

Chemical tests of cell growth enter third dimension

...s to 384-well plates, and are working on their own custom plate design. There is an advantage to using more wells: The eight empty wells supply nutrients to the cells in the middle well, so tests can run for up to two weeks without researchers having to replenish the growth medium. "If you replenish the m...

Engineer ramps up protein production, develops versatile viral spheres

...can be difficult for researchers to use for making custom proteins because they don't always tolerate the chemical changes a researcher needs to impose to make a specific product. Cell-free techniques, in contrast, can be more robust because they use just the protein-making machinery of cells. To harvest ju...

Muscle and bone from an ink-jet printer

...whole new level of complexity and control. The custom built ink-jet printer, which was developed at Carnegie Mellon, can deposit bio-inks in virtually any design, pattern, or concentration, laying down patterns on fibrin-coated slides placed in culture dishes containing MDSCs. Based on pattern, dose, or...

UCLA scientists design masks to hide genetic mutations from cell

...y Gene Tools of Oregon, the researchers designed a custom mask to camouflage each abnormal splice. The technique prevents the cell from seeing the genetic defects and restores splicing to the correct location in the gene. IMPACT: The laboratory findings suggest a powerful new approach for treating can...

Applied scientists create wrinkled 'skin' on polymers

...lopment of an effective and robust method to build custom templates for engineering and growing tissues. "We are approaching this field of research from various directions," says Vaziri. "At the moment we are looking at the effect of ion beam energy and have been able to reduce the wavelength of the wrink...

Cancer vaccines -- Taking a jab at cancer by stimulating the immune system

...vaccine based on mutant p53, which would require a custom vaccine for every patient, our strategy is to target parts of the unaltered p53 protein that can best activate the immune system," said Theresa Whiteside, Ph.D., professor at the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine. "We are using different ...

Researchers find gene mutation that causes infertility in male mice

...rtility stem from analyses of mice that have had a custom gene "knockout," this is the first to reveal a dominant mutation that leads specifically to infertility in a mammal. The researchers believe this kind of dominant effect is closer to how real-life infertility occurs in humans. "People have been seq...

Electric fish conduct electric duets in aquatic courtship

...r frequency "creaks." The researchers developed custom software that offers new techniques for separating and documenting electrical pulses based on sex. They video recorded four pair of mating mormyrids (a feat in itself, since the species rarely breeds successfully in captivity) and identified nine com...

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