We believe that basic research and the cultivation of scientific knowledge is critical for us to stay connected with our customers and to drive scientific breakthroughs. At NEB, over 30 labs participate in research projects, which are aided by post-doctoral fellows and students in Masters and Ph.D. programs. NEB researchers have authored or co-authored over 1,200 publications (as of 1/19) many of which are in peer-reviewed journals. Further, NEB products have been used successfully in numerous publications by scientists throughout the world.
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|2018||The Rickettsial Ankyrin Repeat Protein 2 Is a Type IV Secreted Effector That Associates with the Endoplasmic Reticulum.||American Society of Microbiology: mBio||Stephanie S. Lehman, Nicholas F. Norieab, Karin Aistleitnerb, Tina R. Clarkb, Cheryl A. Dooleyb, Vinod Nairc, Simran Jeet Kaura, M. Sayeedur Rahmana, Joseph J. Gillespiea, Abdu F. Azada, Ted Hackstadtb.|
|2010||Phage display probes for imaging early response to bevacizumab treatment||Amino Acids||Cao, Q. et al.||Phage Display|
|2014||Identification and characterization of mutant clones with enhanced propagation rates from phage-displayed peptide libraries||Anal Biochem||Nguyen KT, Adamkiewicz MA, Hebert LE, Zygiel EM, Boyle HR, Martone CM, Meléndez-Ríos CB, Noren KA, Noren CJ, Hall MF|
|2014||Identification and characterization of mutant clones with enhanced propagation rates from phage-displayed peptide libraries||Anal Biochem||Nguyen KT, Adamkiewicz MA, Hebert LE, Zygiel EM, Boyle HR, Martone CM, Meléndez-Ríos CB, Noren KA, Noren CJ, Hall MF||Phage Display|
|2007||A sensitive fluorescence intensity assay for deubiquitinating proteases using ubiquitin-rhodamine110-glycine as substrate||Anal Biochem.||Hassiepen, U., et. al.|
|2002||Recombinant Gaussia luciferase. Overexpression, purification and analytical application of a bioluminescent reporter for DNA hybridization||Anal Chem||Verhaegen, M., Christopoulos, T.K.|
|2015||Rapid Preparation of Released N-Glycans for HILIC Analysis Using a Labeling Reagent that Facilitates Sensitive Fluorescence and ESI-MS Detection||Anal Chem||Lauber, M.A., Yu, Y.Q., Brousmiche,D.W., Hua, Z., Koza, S.M., Magnelli, P., Guthrie, E., Taron, C.H. and Fountain, K.J.|
|2002||Recombinant Gaussia luciferase. Overexpression, purification, and analytical application of a bioluminescent reporter for DNA hybridization||Anal Chem.||Verhaegen, M. and Christopoulos, T.K.|
|2016||Simple and Highly Sensitive Molecular Diagnosis of Zika Virus by Lateral Flow Assays.||Anal Chem.||Lee D, Shin Y, Chung S, Hwang KS, Yoon DS, Lee JH|
|2011||Kinetic study of de novo chromophore maturation of fluorescent proteins||Anal. Biochem.||Iizuka, R., Yamagishi-Shirasaki, M. and Funatsu, T.|