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Randomized Adapters for Reducing Bias in Small RNA-Seq Libraries

Bioo Scientific
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Recycling of CO2 on a Supercritical Fluid Chromatography (SFC) Pilot U

Novasep Inc
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Regenerative Medicine

Stem Cell Resources
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RNA-Seq Data Comparison with Gene Expression Microarrays

Illumina Inc
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RT2 Profiler™ PCR Arrays: Pathway-Focused Gene Expression Profiling wi

Qiagen
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Safety Document Exchange in the Global Clinical Research Environment

Intralinks
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Selecting a LIMS for the Next-Generation Genomics Lab

GenoLogics
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Sensitivity of a combined DLS/Raman technique to estimate the conforma

Malvern Instruments Limited
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Sequencing and microarrays for genome analysis: complementary rather t

Oxford Genome Technology
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URI Researchers Invent Lab-On-Paper
New paper-based platform for conducting a wide range of complex medical diagnostics.
TSRI Scientists Find Clues to Cancer Drug Failure
A pair of studies show how the primary protein responsible for multidrug chemotherapy resistance changes shape.
MR Spectroscopy Shows Precancerous Breast Changes in Women with BRCA Gene
A technique that monitors biochemical changes in tissue could improve the management of women at risk of breast cancer.
Adults Only Really Catch Flu About Twice a Decade, Suggests Study
Researchers developed a mathematical model of how our immunity to flu changes over a lifetime as we encounter different strains of the virus.
Water In Smog May Reveal Pollution Sources
Vapor variations in SLC inversions tied to cars, furnaces.
New Nanodevice Defeats Drug Resistance
Tiny particles embedded in gel can turn off drug-resistance genes, then release cancer drugs.
Genetically Speaking, Mammals Are More Like Their Fathers
A first of its kind study shows that who we inherit genetic variants from – our mother or father – is crucial for the development of diseases and for research studies aimed at finding causes and potential treatments.
‘Stem Cell’ Test Could Identify Most Aggressive Breast Cancers
Testing breast cancer cells for how closely they resemble stem cells could identify women with the most aggressive disease, a new study suggests.
DNA Reveals Surprise Connections Between Britain and Europe 8,000 Years Ago
New evidence shows wheat reached Britain 2,000 years before the arrival of wheat farming.
Hookworm Genome Sequenced
UMMS sequences hookworm genome; may lead to new treatments for tropical disease.
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