Because BIG PCR happens in miniaturized packages

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In today's scientific environment, the pressure is on to do more with less. And how do you do that? With miniaturization. Miniaturization is the key for doing more with less in the life science industry. When you miniaturize reactions, you: . minimize sample volume . lower reagent cost . boost throughput Watch a short video of Dr. Luke Linz, LGC Laboratory Operations Manager, explaining how miniaturization works!

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CRISPRa: A universal "on switch" to identify functional gene enhancers

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CRISPRa is a widely applicable tool for untying genetic interactions in all kinds of cells and could be used to build functional regulatory maps of the human genome.

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Personalised Medicine: Transforming lives one diagnosis at a time

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No longer confined to research projects and blue sky thinking, personalised medicine is having an impact in the real world, providing smarter diagnosis, guiding treatment decisions and producing better outcomes.

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Forensic Evidence Shows Newfoundland was Populated Multiple Times by Distinct Groups

Forensic Evidence Shows Newfoundland was Populated Multiple Times by Distinct Groups

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Analysis of tiny amounts of bone or teeth from ancient remains showed that groups of indigenous people from Newfoundland had distinct population histories.

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Overexpression of a Cell-cycle Activator Gene Enhances Repair of Dead Heart Muscle
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Biomedical engineers report a significant advance in efforts to repair a damaged heart after a heart attack, using grafted heart-muscle cells to create a repair patch.

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Multi-tissue, Multi-individual Data Used to Identify Mechanisms of Gene Regulation
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Developing a mechanistic model for how healthy bodies function and how certain diseases merge may now be possible.

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