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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Milestones in Genomics Research

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Genetics has come a long way in it's relatively short life. But, how much do you know about the history of this amazing area of research. Take this quiz to find out!

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RNA sequencing with nanopore technology

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New: nanopore for RNA sequencing. Sequence complete RNA strands directly and in real-time. Or, cDNA ‘strand-switching’ protocol also allows full-length sequencing of cDNA, either with or without PCR amplification.

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Droplet Microfluidics

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Learn how microdroplets are generated, and some of the advantages they offer over conventional microfluidics

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Cell Recycling System Offers Therapeutic Entry Point for Rare Disease Treatment

Cell Recycling System Offers Therapeutic Entry Point for Rare Disease Treatment

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Scientists have demonstrated how an investigational drug works against a rare, fatal genetic disease, Niemann-Pick type C1 (NPC1).

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The Role of Secretory Autophagy in Intestinal Defense
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Researchers from UT Southwestern have determined that secretory autophagy plays a role in intestinal defense, and suggest why mutations in this system are associated with Crohn's disease.

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Retinal Cells Regenerated in Mice
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Vision researchers have now regenerated functioning retinal cells in the eyes of adult mammals

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Mini-brains Reveal Insights into Human Brain Development
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Yale scientists have coaxed early stage stem cells to create and fuse two types of organoids from different brain regions to show how the developing brain maintains proper balance of excitatory and inhibitory neurons.

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