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What are the predominant bacilli in the intestines ducklings infected with S. enteritidis?

...evelopment of disease, the band numbers gradually increased to 6 d p.i. The prominent bacteria had changed because of S. enteritidis infection and the dnastar of the staple of ERIC-PCR showed that aerobe and facultative aerobe (Escherichia coli, Shigella, Salmonella) had become the predominant bacilli in int...
DNASTAR in Biological News

GEN highlights increasing use of digital gene expression profiling

...ll become affordable for standard differential gene-expression analysis. dnastar recently introduced QSeq, the first product to use the company's disk sort ...r quantitative RNASeq applications and digital gene-expression experiments. dnastar officials view RNASeq as being is in the validation stage. ...
DNASTAR in Biological Technology

DNASTAR Appoints New Vice President

...ess experience, including leadership and management roles, with Promega Corporation, PanVera Corporation and Invitrogen Corporation. Tom brings to dnastar a broad background in management and leadership, said Fred Blattner, DNASTARs chief of operations and president. DNASTAR produces Lasergene , a se...

Small colleges get their own grant program

...invest in advanced research tools. As part of what dnastar calls the Rising Star grant program, eligible coll...ase of the company's bioinformatics research tool. dnastar will make an initial commitment of $100,000 in mat...of many more scientists." In the past 20 years, dnastar has served between 10 and 15 percent of the nation...

DNASTAR catches second wave of sequencing

...age of the expanding knowledge of DNA. He launched dnastar in his basement with the help of an SBIR grant and...ural biology and its 25th anniversary approaching, dnastar still offers DNA sequencing, which permits a more ...ionally while avoiding venture investors. Although dnastar has received numerous government grants, it hasn't...
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