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The SIAF company day takes place on 22 November 2019 in Davos.

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Affinity Plus DNA & RNA Oligonucleotides and Affinity Plus qPCR Probes contain locked nucleic acid bases and are ideal for scientists with applications that...

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Find out how antibody-guided chromatin methods may be the future of ChIP

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Come and meet us at the ILMAC in Basel this September 24th to 27th! Goodies, samples, prizes & our wheel of fortune await you!

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Thursday Sept 26, 2019 at 3PM CEST.

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A team of Chinese researchers has found that CRISPR-based DNA base editors can induce tens of thousands of off-target mutations in RNA. Adenine base editors...

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There have been growing concerns over the amount of waste plastic that is being released into the environment, especially into our oceans, causing enormous harm...

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Fancy a sausage hot off the grill? Or a slice of spicy Halumi?

Then join us for our annual BBQ event in Schlieren!

 

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Researchers from ETH Zurich and the University of Groningen have used CRISPR-Cas12a to develop a genome engineering platform to investigate the biology of...

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How do we begin to comprehend the astonishing complexity of a fungus that invades an ant’s body, grows throughout its tissues, and orders the host to climb up a...

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In CRISPR experiments, both 2-part and single guide RNA formats provide high editing levels. For a subset of target sites, however, using a specific guide RNA...

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Wish you could run the Boston Marathon in under 3 hours? The path to a successful marathon performance is usually a painful one and requires both time and the...

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Learn all about the Lotus DNA Library Prep solution & how it fits in with WGS, targeted seq & more. Also get to know IDT's extensive choice of adapters.

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Researchers from the National Institutes of Health and the Broad Institute report a novel system for precisely inserting DNA into a genome that uses a...

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Learn all about the CRISPR-Cas12a (Cpf1) enzyme and its improved performance, higher efficiency, and increased target range.

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Quantitative PCR is one of the most commonly used techniques in molecular life sciences. It is used for multiple applications including gene expression, SNP...

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Measles? The flu pandemic a century ago? Think again - the worst killer of species on our planet is actually a fungus. Bd - Batrachochytrium dendrobatidis in...

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For decades Jo Cameron has been cheerfully bumping, burning and bruising herself in all manner of mishap, yet she never stopped to ask why her injuries did not...

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High specificity, high affinity and better resolution. ChromoTek’s new Nano-Secondaries are recombinant secondary antibodies based on the alpaca Nanobody or VHH...

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Are you working with NGS or do you want to keep track of the latest developments in the field? Then subscribe to our newly launched NGS newsletter.

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Easily identify which of over 50 osmolyte cell components help stabilize your protein thanks to the Durham Osmolyte Screen, offered exclusively as MD1-120 with...

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In a recent study published in Nature, researchers report that they have characterized a novel set of genome editing enzymes which are fundamentally distinct...

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CRISPR/Cas is a simple and efficient method of gene editing that utilizes the Cas9 protein and RNA molecules as guides to either disrupt host genes or insert...

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LubioScience is proud to announce a partnership with the Calibre Scientific group for distribution in Switzerland. Lubio will become the official channel for...

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The Formica archboldi ant decorates its nests with the severed heads of the bigger, nastier prey it kills - now we know how.

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Blunt-end cloning is one of the easiest and most versatile methods for cloning dsDNA into plasmid vectors. It is easy because the blunt-ended insert requires...

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Mammals provide their offspring with milk during early development, yet this behaviour is rare in other parts of the animal kingdom. Now, a research team has...

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Wombats, the chubby and beloved, short-legged marsupials native to Australia, are central to a biological mystery in the animal kingdom: How do they produce...

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We are excited to introduce our latest supplier - Membrane Solutions, a premier manufacturer of sterile filtration solutions. It's product range includes...

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Tethering four antibodies together may offer protection against all types of influenza virus known to infect humans, according to a study published recently in...

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The introduction of the CRISPR-Cas9 system for genome editing has been an incredible boon for biological research. As our understanding of CRISPR technology...

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The enzyme dihydroxyacid dehydratase is a promising weed-control target, but synthetic molecules designed to block the enzyme have not worked when tested on...

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An international team led by investigators at the University of Edinburgh has shown that pathogenic Staphylococcus aureus strains likely gain the ability to...

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Read how a novel, high-fidelity Cas9 enzyme potentiates the use of CRISPR technology in clinical applications. This high-fidelity Cas9 enzyme, now available as...

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New Lubio website, NASA's Astro-mice, antibodies from Biorbyt & more

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Norgen has developed over 150 sample preparation kits for RNA, DNA, and protein purification for research purposes.

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We are proud to add the antibody manufacturer Biorbyt to our portfolio. Based in Cambridge, one of Europe’s largest bioscience hubs, Biorbyt has a simple yet...

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Founded in 1963 and based at the Karolinska Institute, Sweden, Larodan develops and manufactures a comprehensive range of high quality, research grade lipids,...

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SKOKIE, IL (May 2, 2017) – Integrated DNA Technologies (IDT), has signed a distributor agreement with LubioScience GmbH (LubioScience), based in Lucerne,...

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