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Digital PCR at the Next Level: Users Find Many Applications for the QX100™ Droplet Digital™ PCR System

The QX100 Droplet Digital PCR system gives researchers an improvement in PCR precision and sensitivity. See how this innovative digital PCR system is enabling companies to create better products, improve workflow efficiencies, and validate results with greater accuracy than previous methods allowed.
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Stellan Hjertén Wins the California Separations Science Society Award

This year the California Separation Science Society will present its annual Scientific Achievement Award to Professor Stellan Hjertén of Uppsala University. The award dinner will be held November 3, 2011 at the Waterfront Hotel in Jack London Square.
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Targeting Suppression of B-Cell Lymphoma Proliferation

Rossi considers the discovery of RNAi as pivotal to antiviral discovery. “RNAi has become another important, powerful genetic tool we can use to further our antiviral work,” he says. Rossi’s lab became the first to publish research demonstrating the expression of small interfering RNAs (siRNAs) to inhibit HIV replication in human cells. Various aspects of RNAi and siRNAs continue to play a key role in his research on viral diseases and lymphomas.
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Protein Quantitation Assays — Frequently Asked Questions

Protein quantitation is an important part of many workflows. The estimation or quantitation of the protein in a sample frequently allows researchers to understand the results from their work and make decisions on the subsequent steps. Presented are answers to some of the most frequently ask questions related to usage of Bio-Rad’s colorimetric assays for protein quantitation.
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Research Applications for the EpiQ™ Chromatin Analysis Kit

EpiQ chromatin analysis kit is a novel epigenetics research tool for the quantitative assessment of chromatin structure in cultured cells. By combining in situ chromatin digestion, genomic DNA purification, and real-time PCR, the chromatin state for several gene promoters can be studied simultaneously.