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New technique may speed DNA analysis

...re identical to the master and can thus be used as masters themselves. This increases print output exponentially while enabling the reproduction of very complex nano-scale patterns. One such pattern is found on a DNA microarray, a silicon or glass chip printed with up to 500,000 tiny dots. Each dot comprise...

New technique helps identify multiple DNA regulatory sites

...re identical to the master and can thus be used as masters themselves. This increases print output exponentially while enabling the reproduction of very complex nano-scale patterns. One such pattern is found on a DNA microarray, a silicon or glass chip printed with up to 500,000 tiny dots. Each dot comprise...

Life in deadly conditions

...ns, high pH-values, or high temperatures. Nature's masters of adaptation, they are model organisms from which researchers can draw conclusions about the first organisms on earth. The scientists studied mechanisms that make survival possible for the single-celled organisms, which are rod-shaped and are only ...

Cuttlefish masters of disguise despite colorblindness

...journal Vision Research, confirms that while these masters of disguise change their appearance based on visual cues, they do so while being completely colorblind. While previous research has reported cuttlefish colorblindness, MBL Research Associate Lydia Mäthger and her colleagues in Roger Hanlon's laborat...

Squid skin reveals hidden messages

In the animal world, squid are masters of disguise. Pigmented skin cells enable them to camouflage themselves--almost instantaneously--from predators. Squid also produce polarized skin patterns by regulating the iridescence of their skin, possibly creating a "hidden communication channel"...

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