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Technology Networks were established over 10 years ago with the aim of providing informative websites for life science professionals.

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Strong Link Between Obesity and 'Carb Breakdown' Gene
Findings suggest that dietary advice may need to be tailored to individual's digestive system.
An Alternative Suite of Universal Primers for Genotyping in Multiplex PCR
The new set of universal primers for multiplex genotyping were proven to be efficient and reliable in varied species.
DNA Polymerase Preference Determines PCR Priming Efficiency
Researchers use high throughput sequencing to systematically demonstrate and characterize DNA polymerase priming bias.
Droplet Digital PCR Enables Measurement of Potential Cancer Survival Biomarker
Study paves the way for further research into the role of TIL quantification in immunotherapy and as a cancer survival predictor.
A Brief RT-qPCR “Field Guide” for MIQE Adherence
Bio-Rad’s Sean Taylor and Eli Mrkusich have published a practical guide for MIQE compliance.
MAR-Mediated Integration of Plasmid Vectors for In Vivo Gene Transfer and Regulation
The in vivo transfer of naked plasmid DNA into organs such as muscles is commonly used to assess the expression of prophylactic or therapeutic genes in animal disease models.
NIH Deposits First Batch of Genomic Data for Alzheimer’s Disease
Researchers can now freely access the first batch of genome sequence data from the Alzheimer’s Disease Sequencing Project (ADSP).
Diagnostic Performance and Therapeutic Impact of PCR Assay in Patients with Suspected Sepsis
A rapid and accurate etiological diagnosis is essential in the successful management of patients with bloodstream infections.
Neanderthal Viruses Found in Modern Humans
Ancient viruses from Neanderthals have been found in modern human DNA by researchers at Oxford University and Plymouth University.
Graphene Nanoribbons for “Reading” DNA
One of the methods used for examining the molecules in a liquid consists in passing the fluid through a nano-sized hole so as to detect their passage.
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