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96well PCR Plate, non-skirted
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96well PCR Plate, skirted, low profile
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Clear Seal
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Clear Seal 3730
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Clear Weld Seal Mark II
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DMSO Resistant Peel Seal
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New study of CRISPR-Cas9 technology from Virginia Tech shows potential to improve crop efficiency.
Fighting Plant Pathogens with RNA
Researchers develop strategy that could lead to environmentally friendly fungicide to fight pathogens.
Breakthrough in Plant Salt-Tolerance Research
Researchers have made a breakthrough in plant salt tolerance that could lead to new salt tollerant crop types.
Microbes Help Plants Survive In Severe Drought
Researchers discover plants survive better under drought conditions with help from natural microbes.
Mosquito Genetics Determine Tastes
Study reveals mosuito's preference for human versus animal biting is determined by genetics.
Mouse Genes Guiding Precision Medicine
Research of the mouse genome has identified hundreds of essential-to-life genes from the 1751 genes studied.
Environmental Impact of GM Crops
Following the adoption of GM crops, insecticide usage decreases but herbicide use increases, study shows.
Genes Essential to Life Discovered
Genes critical for life are discovered in humans and mice as part of large-scale phenotyping study.
Protein That Initiates DNA Repair Found
Researchers have identified a protein that may initiate a cascade of molecular activity to repair DNA damage.
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