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Dynamic RNA-Seq Instruments Segment Key to Overall Market Growth | RNA-Seq Blog

Dynamic RNA-Seq Instruments Segment Key to Overall Market Growth | RNA-Seq Blog | Biological identity probes | Scoop.it
WELLESLEY, MA--(Marketwired - March 08, 2016) - RNA Sequencing (RNA-Seq) produces more data in less time and with less cost than with microarray, thanks to
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Molecular Imaging Probes for Cancer Research downloads - Vagisvari

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Molecular Imaging Probes for Cancer Research book download Xiaoyuan Chen Download Molecular Imaging Probes for Cancer Research Global QuickSearch: Number of matching entries: 0.. Learn more about the history of ...
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Chromogenic in situ hybridization is a reliable assay for detection of ALK rearrangements in adenocarcinomas of the lung

Chromogenic in situ hybridization is a reliable assay for detection of ALK rearrangements in adenocarcinomas of the lung | Biological identity probes | Scoop.it
From BioPortfolio: (Chromogenic in situ hybridization is a reliable assay for detection of ALK rearrangements in adenocarcinomas of th...
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Nutrient MiRNAs – A New Relationship Between Diet and Health

Nutrient MiRNAs – A New Relationship Between Diet and Health | Biological identity probes | Scoop.it

We’ve all heard the miracle stories about people who cured themselves of cancer by following a macrobiotic diet. But is it really possible? Can our food actually control our cells and affect our genetic information? A recent study has shown that consumption of miRNAsfrom plants we eat may result in the regulation of related target genes in our bodies, opening the door for research concerning the extent of the effects our diets truly have on our bodies.


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Gone FISHing for Cancer microRNAs

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By fine-tuning the design of fluorescent probes and RNA fixation techniques, researchers have developed a way to detect and quantify microRNA molecules in tumor biopsy samples. The new fluorescence in situ hybridization (FISH) method allows the identification of tumor types that contain unique combinations of microRNAs. And unlike previous methods, the approach allows the simultaneous detection of multiple microRNAs while leaving the biopsy sample intact.


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Early diagnosis of HIV in infants by proviral DNA PCR test - E-Pao.net

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Early diagnosis of HIV in infants by proviral DNA PCR test
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It is a fact that women living with HIV infection can give birth to infants infected with HIV.
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Piece by Piece - Scientist

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Scientist Piece by Piece Scientist For a long while this shut academic labs out of such searches, but a related technique, fragment-based drug discovery (also called fragment-based lead discovery), offers another way to develop small-molecule drugs...
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PCR in Screening and Diagnostics: Market Developments, Growth Areas and ... - PR Newswire (press release)

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A sensitive real-time PCR assay for the detecti...

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A sensitive real-time PCR assay was developed to detect the presence of M. medusae in poplar leaf samples.
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MicroRNA Superfamilies Descended from miR390 and Their Roles in Secondary Small Interfering RNA Biogenesis in Eudicots

MicroRNA Superfamilies Descended from miR390 and Their Roles in Secondary Small Interfering RNA Biogenesis in Eudicots | Biological identity probes | Scoop.it

Trans-acting small interfering RNAs (tasiRNAs) are a major class of small RNAs performing essential biological functions in plants. The first reported tasiRNA pathway, that of miR173-TAS1/2, produces tasiRNAs regulating a set of pentatricopeptide repeat (PPR) genes and has been characterized only in Arabidopsis thaliana to date. Here, we demonstrate that the microRNA (miRNA)-transacting small interfering RNA gene (TAS)-pentatricopeptide repeat-containing gene (PPR)-small interfering RNA pathway is a highly dynamic and widespread feature of eudicots. Nine eudicot plants, representing six different plant families, have evolved similar tasiRNA pathways to initiate phased small interfering RNA (phasiRNA) production from PPR genes. The PPR phasiRNA production is triggered by different 22-nucleotide miRNAs, including miR7122, miR1509, and fve-PPRtri1/2, and through distinct mechanistic strategies exploiting miRNA direct targeting or indirect targeting through TAS-like genes (TASL), one-hit or two-hit, or even two layers of tasiRNA–TASL interactions. Intriguingly, although those miRNA triggers display high sequence divergence caused by the occurrence of frequent point mutations and splicing shifts, their corresponding MIRNA genes show pronounced identity to the Arabidopsis MIR173, implying a common origin of this group of miRNAs (super-miR7122). Further analyses reveal that super-miR7122 may have evolved from a newly defined miR4376 superfamily, which probably originated from the widely conserved miR390. The elucidation of this evolutionary path expands our understanding of the course of miRNA evolution, especially for relatively conserved miRNA families.


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Nanoparticle molecular probes drastically reduce cost of powerful microscopy ... - Nanowerk LLC

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miRNA: The Key to Losing Those Love Handles? - Genetic Engineering News

miRNA: The Key to Losing Those Love Handles? - Genetic Engineering News | Biological identity probes | Scoop.it
miRNA: The Key to Losing Those Love Handles?
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The researchers have now decoded a microRNA switch in mice that is important for brown fat cells. The researchers specifically studied microRNA 155.
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A miracle: Regulatory miRNA may convert white fat cells into brown fat cells, giving the key to control obesity

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ScienceDirect.com - Genomics, Proteomics & Bioinformatics - Interactome Mapping: Using Protein Microarray Technology to Reconstruct Diverse Protein Networks

ScienceDirect.com - Genomics, Proteomics & Bioinformatics - Interactome Mapping: Using Protein Microarray Technology to Reconstruct Diverse Protein Networks | Biological identity probes | Scoop.it
Interactome Mapping: Using Protein Microarray Technology to Reconstruct Diverse Protein Networks (JHU, 2013). http://t.co/KL07ptv1v9
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In-Situ Hybridization Techniques on Paraffin-Embedded Tissue ...

In-Situ Hybridization Techniques on Paraffin-Embedded Tissue ... | Biological identity probes | Scoop.it
In-Situ Hybridization Techniques on Paraffin-Embedded Tissue. Presented on March 21, 2013. Presented by Laura Vivian, HT(ASCP)QIHC, Capital Digestive Care, Laboratory Division. Posted in IHC. Enormous advancements in molecular ...
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Researchers develop multicolor fluorescence labeling method to identify tumor ... - News-Medical.net

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Researchers develop multicolor fluorescence labeling method to identify tumor ...
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In recent years, microRNAs (miRNAs) and other non-coding RNAs are small molecules that help control the expression of specific proteins.
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This Week in PNAS - RNAi News (blog)

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Our experts also discuss the use of SmartFlare RNA detection probes for the direct quantification of circulating miRNAs with rapid processing of blood plasma/serum, which is done without the use of enzymes.
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PCR Assay for Chromatin Accessibility

PCR Assay for Chromatin Accessibility | Biological identity probes | Scoop.it
Epigenetics is the study of inherited phenotypic changes caused by mechanisms other than mutations in the underlying DNA sequence. In mammalian cells, most of the chromatin—a complex of DNA, protei...
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Scientists capture first images of molecules before and after reaction

Scientists capture first images of molecules before and after reaction | Biological identity probes | Scoop.it
An atomic force microscope probes a molecule adsorbed onto a surface, using a carbon monoxide molecule at the tip for sensitivity. Fischer is developing new techniques for making graphene nanostructures that display ...
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New Technique Capable of Imaging Molecules Before and After Reactions ... - Nature World News

New Technique Capable of Imaging Molecules Before and After Reactions ... - Nature World News | Biological identity probes | Scoop.it
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An atomic force microscope probes a molecule adsorbed onto a surface, using a carbon monoxide molecule at the tip for sensitivity.
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Brief Introduction To DNA Probes - RedOrbit

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DNA probes help scientists to detect a specific gene in a long DNA sequence. According to Dr. Michael A.
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Salmonella Species PCR Assay Offers Validated Method for Fast, Simple ... - Business Wire (press release)

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Salmonella Species PCR Assay Offers Validated Method for Fast, Simple ...
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Polymerase Chain Reaction (PCR) In Medical Application - An Analytical Report ... - The Herald | HeraldOnline.com

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Digging Out DNA with Digital PCR

Digging Out DNA with Digital PCR | Biological identity probes | Scoop.it
The polymerase chain reaction (PCR) plays a leading role in today’s biology. PCR started with an endpoint approach that detected a particular nucleic-acid sequence. Then, real-time PCR provided relative quantification of the sequences.
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Immunohistochemical and T-Cell Receptor Gene Rearrangement Can Help ... - Celiac.com

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Jefferson Adams is a freelance writer living in San Francisco.
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Intratumour variation of biomarker expression by immunohistochemistry in resectable non-small cell lung cancer

Intratumour variation of biomarker expression by immunohistochemistry in resectable non-small cell lung cancer | Biological identity probes | Scoop.it
Oncology Medical Article: Intratumour variation of biomarker expression by immunohistochemistry in resectable non-small cell lung cancer (Intratumour variation of biomarker expression by immunohistochemistry in resectable non-small ...
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