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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|2011||Using a structural and logics systems approach to infer bHLH-DNA binding specificity determinants||Nucleic Acids Res.||De Masi, F., Grove, C.A., Vedenko, A., Alibés, A., Gisselbrecht, S.S., Serrano, L., Bulyk, M.L. and Walhout, A.J.|
|2011||A versatile element for gene addition in bacterial chromosomes||Nucleic Acids Res.||Sibley, M.H. and Raleigh, E.A.|
|2011||Characterization of DNA methyltransferase specifities using single-molecular, real-time DNA sequencing||Nucleic Acids Res.||Clark, T.A., Murray, I.A., Morgan, R.D., Kislyuk, A.O., Spittle, K.E., Boitano, M., Fomenkov, A., Roberts, R.j., Korlach, J.|
|2011||COMBREX: a project to accelerate the functional annotation of prokaryotic genomes||Nucleic Acids Res.||Roberts, R.J., Chang, Y.C., Hu, Z., Rachlin, J.N., Anton, B.P., Pokrzywa, R.M., Choi, H.P., Faller, L.L., Guleria, J., Housman, G., Klitgord, N., Mazumdar, V., McGettrick, M.G., Osmani, L., Swaminathan, R., Tao, K.R., Letovsky, S., Vitkup, D., Segre, D., Salzberg, S.L., Delisi, C., Steffen, M. and Kasif, S.,|
|2011||Mutational and biochemical analysis of the DNA-entry nuclease EndA from Streptococcus pneumoniae||Nucleic Acids Res.||Midon, M., Schäfer, P., Pingoud, A., Ghosh, M., Moon, A.F., Cuneo, M.J., London, R.E. and Meiss, G.|
|2016||Denys-Drash syndrome associated WT1 glutamine 369 mutants have altered sequence-preferences and altered responses to epigenetic modifications.||Nucleic Acids Res.||Hashimoto, H., Zhang, X., Zheng, Y., Wilson, G.G. and Cheng, X.|
|2016||Perpetuating the homing endonuclease life cycle: identification of mutations that modulate and change I-TevI cleavage preference||Nucleic Acids Res.||Roy, A.C., Wilson, G.G. and Edgell, D.R.|
|2016||Adapting capillary gel electrophoresis as a sensitive, high-throughput method to accelerate characterization of nucleic acid metabolic enzymes||Nucleic Acids Res.||Greenough, L., Schermerhorn, K.M., Mazzola, L., Bybee, J., Rivizzigno, D., Cantin, E., Slatko, B.E., Gardner, A.F.|
|2016||Perpetuating the homing endonuclease life cycle: identification of mutations that modulate and change I-TevI cleavage preference.||Nucleic Acids Res.||Roy, A.C., Wilson, G.G. and Edgell, D.R.|
|2016||DNA recognition by the SwaI restriction endonuclease involves unusual distortion of an 8 base pair A: T-rich target.||Nucleic Acids Res.||Shen, B.W., Heiter, D.F., Lunnen, K.D., Wilson, G.G. and Stoddard, B.L.|