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Superior error detection using Authenticase™ enhances assembled gene synthesis
Posted on Tuesday, September 5, 2023 By
Gene synthesis often grapples with residual errors in DNA fragments, making traditional error detection methods labor-intensive and expensive. Authenticase™ employs structure-specific enzymes for proficient error correction. Paired with Q5® High-Fidelity DNA Polymerase, it enhances DNA quality and simplifies the synthesis workflow.
Sequencing Technologies and Bioinformatics: From data to workflow improvements
Posted on Friday, August 4, 2023 By
Bioinformatics and computational biology relate to the analysis, interpretation and application of the data collected through biological research. In this blog post, we explore bioinformatics applications to genetic sequencing and the ways proximity between molecular biologists and bioinformatic scientists accelerates progress, amplifying research and product development impacts.
Mutate with Confidence! Tips and tools for successful site-directed mutagenesis experiments
Posted on Monday, June 26, 2023 By
Site-directed mutagenesis methodologies have evolved from complex and time-consuming multi-day workflows to more efficient and streamlined protocols. In this blog post, we have compiled tips, tools and valuable insights from our scientists to maximize your efficiency and ensure your success.
Adding Capabilities to CRISPR-Cas-Based Biotechnology
Posted on Tuesday, May 30, 2023 By
The Robb Lab at NEB collaborates with both academic and industry researchers in their mission of discovery, characterization, and application development efforts with CRISPR-Cas systems. It’s always galvanizing to look to the origin of CRISPR tools and consider how this scientific field has expanded into multiple substrate types and applications over time. While NEB produces many useful Cas nucleases to support research and development, the Robb Lab is always pursuing novel, distinctive properties – inspired by the abundance and diversity of Cas nucleases found in nature.
Genes in Space™ is a unique opportunity for young scientists to launch their ideas into orbit
Posted on Thursday, May 4, 2023 By
Learn how Pristine Onuoha's curiosity led to a space-ready assay that could detect differences in DNA fragment length, and the implications this has for bio-monitoring DNA changes in astronauts. Her experiment is set to launch to the International Space Station in June 2023.
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