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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|2002||Selection for mutants improving expression of an anti-MAP kinase monoclonal antibody by filamentous phage display.||J.Immunol.Methods||Tuckey, C.D.and Noren, C.J.|
|2005||Protein-functionalized polymer brushes||Biomacromolecules||Tugulu S. et al.|
|2021||Mechanism of DNA cleavage by the endonuclease SauUSI: a major barrier to horizontal gene transfer and antibiotic resistance in Staphylococcus aureus.||Nucl Acids Res.||Tumuluri, V.S., Rajgor, V., Xu, S.-Y., Chouhan, O.P., Saikraishnan, K.|
|2006||The role of Wolbachia in the biology and pathogenesis of filariasis||Insect Symbiosis||Turner, J., Foster, J., Ganatra, M., Slatko, B.and Taylor, M.|
|2009||Wolbachia lipoprotein stimulates innate and adaptive immunity through toll-like receptors 2 and 6 (TLR2/6) to induce disease manifestations of filariasis.||J Biol Chem.||Turner, J.D., Langley, R.S., Johnston, K.L., Gentil, K., Ford, L., Wu, B., Graham, M., Sharpley, F., Slatko, B., Pearlman, E.and Taylor, M.J.|
|1993||Brugia pahangi and Brugia malayi: A Surface-Associated Glycoprotein (gp15/400) is Composed of Multiple Tandemly Repeated Units and Processed from a 400-kDa Precursor1.||Exp.Parasitol.||Tweedie, S., Paxton.W, A., Ingram, L., Maizels, R.M., McReynolds, L.A., and Selkirk, M.E.|
|2010||Molecular Evidence for a Functional Ecdysone Signaling System in Brugia malayi||<em>PLoS Negl. Trop. Dis</em>||Tzertzinis, G., Egana, A.L., Palli, S.R., Robinson-Rechavi, M., Gissendanner, C.R., Liu, C., Unnasch, T.R. and Maina, C.V.|
|2010||Molecular Evidence for a Functional Ecdysone Signaling System in Brugia malayi.||PLoS Neglected Tropical Diseases||Tzertzinis, G., Egana, A.L., Palli, S.R., Robinson-Rechavi, M., Gissendanner, C.R., Liu, C., Unnasch, T.R.and Maina, C.V.|
|2012||Substrate cooperativity in marine luciferases||PLoS One||Tzertzinis, G., Schildkraut, E. and Schildkraut, I.|
|2012||Substrate cooperativity in marine luciferases||PLoS One||Tzertzinis, G., Schildkraut, E., and Schildkraut, I.|