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New imaging technology catches DNA naturally fluorescing

New imaging technology catches DNA naturally fluorescing

Stem cells collected from fat more stable than previously thought, Penn study shows

Stem cells collected from fat more stable than previously thought, Penn study shows

Application note shows that ChIP assays can be performed using fewer cells

Application note shows that ChIP assays can be performed using fewer cells

Scientists identify vulnerabilities of highly aggressive pancreatic cancer cells

Scientists identify vulnerabilities of highly aggressive pancreatic cancer cells

Scientists find new method for identifying therapeutic targets in cancers lacking tumor suppressor genes

Scientists find new method for identifying therapeutic targets in cancers lacking tumor suppressor genes

Researchers explore how metastatic pancreatic cancer gets ‘reprogrammed’ for optimal malignancy

Researchers explore how metastatic pancreatic cancer gets ‘reprogrammed’ for optimal malignancy

Low-carbohydrate diet may help reverse inherited intellectual disability linked to Kabuki syndrome

Low-carbohydrate diet may help reverse inherited intellectual disability linked to Kabuki syndrome

Chromatrap® ensures best quality chromatin in ChIP assays

Chromatrap® ensures best quality chromatin in ChIP assays

Scientists uncover changes in immediate environment of DNA after fertilization

Scientists uncover changes in immediate environment of DNA after fertilization

Researchers identify simple, inexpensive tool for assessing prognosis of pediatric brain tumors

Researchers identify simple, inexpensive tool for assessing prognosis of pediatric brain tumors

Scientists develop new technology that sheds light on HIV infection

Scientists develop new technology that sheds light on HIV infection

Scientists map reorganization of genetic material in cells using 3-D imaging technique

Scientists map reorganization of genetic material in cells using 3-D imaging technique

Researchers create first mouse model for common form of infant leukemia

Researchers create first mouse model for common form of infant leukemia

Biochemists create first atlas of DNA-binding molecules for use in precision medicine

Biochemists create first atlas of DNA-binding molecules for use in precision medicine

Researchers find certain short junk DNA play key role in development of Ewing sarcoma

Researchers find certain short junk DNA play key role in development of Ewing sarcoma

Researchers identify protein linked to negative effects of senescence

Researchers identify protein linked to negative effects of senescence

How to improve your chromatin immunoprecipitation experiments

How to improve your chromatin immunoprecipitation experiments

Salk scientist Clodagh O'Shea named recipient of grant from Faculty Scholars Program

Salk scientist Clodagh O'Shea named recipient of grant from Faculty Scholars Program

New Chromatrap ChIP-validated antibodies now available for mammalian epigenetic research

New Chromatrap ChIP-validated antibodies now available for mammalian epigenetic research

Researchers use novel technique to unravel key mystery of earliest stage of development

Researchers use novel technique to unravel key mystery of earliest stage of development