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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|2015||Antigenic properties of the human immunodeficiency virus envelope glycoprotein gp120 on virions bound to target cells||PLoS Pathog||Meron Mengistu, Krishanu Ray, George K Lewis, Anthony L DeVico||SNAP Cell,SNAP Surface|
|2014||Structure of the Trehalose-6-phosphate Phosphatase from Brugia malayi Reveals Key Design Principles for Anthelmintic Drugs||PLoS Pathog||Farelli JD, Galvin BD, Li Z, Liu C, Aono M, Garland M, Hallett OE, Causey TB, Ali-Reynolds A, Saltzberg DJ, Carlow CK, Dunaway-Mariano D, Allen KN|
|2014||Insights into the initiation of JC virus DNA replication derived from the crystal structure of the T-antigen origin binding domain||PLoS Pathog||Meinke G, Phelan PJ, Kalekar R, Shin J, Archambault J, Bohm A, Bullock PA||Gibson Assembly®|
|2020||The endosymbiont Wolbachia rebounds following antibiotic treatment||PLoS Pathogens||Gunderson, E.L., Vogel, I., Chappell, L., Bulman, C.A., Lim, K.C., Lauo, M., Whitman, J.D., Franklin, C., Choi, Y.-J., Lefoulon, E., Clark, T., Beerntsen, B., Slatko, B., Mitreva,M., Sullivan, W., Sakanari, J.A.|
|2014||Structure of the trehalose-6-phosphate phosphatase from Brugia malayi reveals a rational approach to the discovery of anthelmintic drugs||<em>PLoS Pathogens</em>||Farelli, J.D., Galvin, B.D., Li, Z., Liu, C., Aono, M., Garland, M., Hallett, O.E., Causey, T.B., Ali-Reynolds, A., Carlow, C.K.S., Dunaway-Mariano, D. and Allen, K.N.|
|2014||Cofactor-independent phosphoglycerate mutase from nematodes has limited druggability, as revealed by two high-throughput screens||<em>PLoS. Negl. Trop. Dis</em>||Crowther, G.J., Booker, M.L., He, M., Li, T., Raverdy, S., Novelli, J.F., He, P., Dale, N.R.G., Fife, A.M., Barker, R.H., Jr., Kramer, M.L., Van Voorhis, W.C., Carlow, C.K.S. and Wang, M-W.|
|2004||Labeling of fusion proteins with synthetic fluorophores in live cells||PNAS||Keppler A. et al.|
|2006||Visualizing receptor trafficking in living||PNAS||Jacquier V. et al.|
|2005||How restriction enzymes became the workhorses of molecular biology.||PNAS||Roberts, R.J.|
|2017||High-throughput biochemical profiling reveals sequence determinants of dCas9 off-target binding and unbinding||PNAS||Evan A. Boyle, Johan O.L. Andreasson, Lauren M. Chircus, Samuel H. Sternberg, Michelle J. Wu, Chantal K. Guegler, Jennifer A. Doudna, and William J. Greenleaf|