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 1,000 publications (as of 1/17) 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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|2005||A single catalytic domain of the junction-resolving enzyme T7 endonuclease I is a non-specific nicking endonuclease.||Nucl.Acids Res.||Guan, C.and Kumar, S.|
|2005||A small-molecule-based approach to sense codon-templated natural-unnatural hybrid peptides. Selective silencing and reassignment of the sense codon by orthogonal reacylation stalling at the single-codon level||J. Am. Chem. Soc.||Sando, S., Kanatani, K., Sato, N., Matsumoto, H. Hohsaka, T. and Aoyama, Y.|
|2005||Sau421, a Bcgl-like restriction-modification system encoded by the Staphylococcus aureus quadruple-converting phage phi 42||Microbiology||Dempsey, R.M., Carroll, D., Kong, H.M., Higgins, L., Keane, C.T., Coleman, D.C.|
|2005||Specificity changes in the evolution of Type II restriction endonucleases- A Biochemical and bioinformatic analysis of restriction enzymes that recognize unrelated sequences||J Biol. Chem.||Pingoud, V., Sudina, A., Geyer, H., Bujnicki, J.M., Lurz, R., Luder, G., Morgan, R., Kubareva, E., Pingoud, A.|
|2010||A functional NR4A nuclear receptor DNA-binding domain is required for organ development in Caenorhabditis elegans||Genesis||Heard, M., Maina, C.V., Morehead, B.E., Hoener, M.C., Nguyen, T.Q., Williams, C.C., Rowan, B.G. and Gissendanner, C.R.|
|2010||Evolution of bacterial phosphoglycerate mutases: non-homologous isofunctional enzymes undergoing gene losses, gains and lateral transfers||PLoS One||Foster, J.M., Davis, P.J., Raverdy, S., Sibley, M.H., Raleigh, E.A., Kumar, S. and Carlow, C.K.S.|
|2010||In vivo transfection of developmentally competent Brugia malayi infective larvae||Int. J. Parasitol.||Xu, S., Liu, C., Tzertzinis, G., Ghedin, E., Christopher, C., Evans, C.C., Kaplan, R. and Unnasch, T.R.|
|2010||Cloning and bioinformatic identification of small RNAs in the filarial nematode, Brugia malayi||Mol. Biochem. Parasitol||Poole, C.B., Davis, P.J., Jin, J. and McReynolds, L.A.|
|2010||Endosymbiont DNA in endobacteria-free filarial nematodes indicates ancient horizontal genetic transfer||5PLoS One||McNulty, S.N., Foster, J.M., Mitreva, M., Dunning-Hotopp, J.C., Martin, J., Fischer, K., Wu, B., Davis, P.J., Kumar, S., Brattig, N.W., Slatko, B.E., Weil, G.J. and Fischer, P.U.|
|2010||Asymmetric Wolbachia segregation during early Brugia malayi embryogenesis determines its distribution in adult host tissues||PLoS Negl. Trop. Dis.||Landmann, F., Slatko, B., Foster, J.M. and Sullivan, W.|