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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|2004||An asymmetric complex of restriction endonuclease MspI on its palindromic DNA recognition site.||Structure||Xu, Q.S., Kucera, R.B., Roberts, R.J.and Guo, H.-C.|
|2005||Implications for Switching Restriction Enzyme Specificities from the Structure of BstYI Bound to a BglII DNA Sequence||Structure||Townson, S.A., Samuelson, J.C., Xu, S.Y.and Aggarwal, A.K.|
|2005||Crystal structure of the restriction-modification system control element C.BclI and mapping of its binding site.||Structure||Sawaya, M.R., Zhu, Z., Fana, M., Chan, S.H., Dabur, R., Xu, S.Y.and Balendiran, G.K.|
|1995||Crystal structure of endo-beta-N-acetylglucosaminidase H at 1.9 A resolution: active-site geometry and substrate recognition.||Structure||Rao, V., Guan, C., and Van Roey, P.|
|2010||Unusual target site disruption by the rare-cutting HNH restriction endonuclease PacI||Structure||Shen, B.W., Heiter, D.F., Chan, S.H., Wang, H., Xu, S.Y., Morgan, R.D., Wilson, G.G. and Stoddard, B.L.|
|1994||Structure of restriction endonuclease BamHI phased at 1.95 A resolution by MAD analysis.||Structure||Newman, M., Strzelecka, T., Dorner, L.F., Schildkraut, I., and Aggarwal, A.K.|
|2012||Targeted genome enrichment for efficient purification of endosymbiont DNA from host DNA||Symbiosis||Geniez, S., Foster, J.M., Kumar, S., Moumen, B., Leproust, E., Hardy, O., Guadalupe, M., Thomas, S.J., Boone, B., Hendrickson, C., Bouchon, D., Greve, P and Slatko, B.E.|
|2008||The symbiotic relationship between filarial parasitic nematodes and their wolbachia endosymbionts - a resource for a new generation of control measures.||Symbiosis||Ghedin, E., Daehnel, K., Foster, J., Slatko, B.and Lustigman S.|
|2016||Characterization of innate immunity genes in the parasitic nematode Brugia malayi||Symbiosis||Libro, S., Slatko, B.E. 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.|