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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|2014||The uric acid transporter SLC2A9 is a direct target gene of the tumor suppressor p53 contributing to antioxidant defense||Oncogene||Itahana Y, Han R, Barbier S, Lei Z, Rozen S, Itahana K||Glycobiology and Proteomics|
|1987||The use of DNA methylases to alter the apparent recognition specificities of restriction endonucleases.||Methods Enzymol.||Nelson, M., and Schildkraut, I.|
|1987||The Use of DNA Sequencing Reactions as Probes for Southern Blots, Dot Blots and Colony Hydridizations.||BioTechniques||Card, C.O., Williams, S.A., Moran, L.S., Poole, C.B., and Slatko, B.E.|
|2015||The use of museum specimens with high-throughput DNA sequen.||J Hum Evol.||Burrell AS, Disotell TR, Bergey CM.|
|2001||The VP1-unique region of parvovirus B19: amino acid variability and antigenic stability||J. Gen. Virol.||Dorsch, S., et al.|
|2008||The way forward, enhanced characterization of therapeutic antibody glycosylation: comparison of three level mass spectrometry-based strategies||J. Chromatogr. B Analyt. Technol. Biomed. Life Sci.||Wagner-Rousset, E., Bednarczyk, A., Bussat, M.C., Colas, O., Corvaïa, N., Schaeffer, C., Van Dorsselaer, A., Beck, A.||Glycobiology and Proteomics|
|2010||The Wolbachia endosymbiont as an anti-filarial nematode target||<em>Symbiosis</em>||Slatko, B.E., Taylor, M.J. and Foster, J.M.|
|2010||The Wolbachia endosymbiont as an anti-filarial nematode target||Symbiosis||Slatko, B.E., Taylor, M.J. and Foster, J.M.|
|2008||The Wolbachia endosymbiont of Brugia malayi has an active phosphoglycerate mutase: a candidate target for anti-filarial therapies.||Parasitol.Res.||Foster, J.M., Raverdy, S., Ganatra, M.B., Colussi, P.A., Taron, C.H.and Carlow, C.K.S.|
|2009||The Wolbachia endosymbiont of Brugia malayi has an active phosphoglycerate mutase: a candidate target for anti-filarial therapies.||Parasitol.Res.||Foster, J.M., Raverdy, S., Ganatra, M.B., Colussi, P.A., Taron, C.H.and Carlow, C.K.S.|