The CyBio FeliX pipetting system was used to perform all liquid handling steps of the library preparation workflow for personal genome analysis.
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Improve the reproducibility of the real-time results in 384 well format with the application of a qPCR using a pipetting robot & standardized sample setup.
Investigation of thermal protein stability in high throughput using the application of thermal shift assay using SYPRO ® Orange in 96 well format.
Detection of four pathogens of mastitis diseases using qTOWER³ in combination with extraction and detection systems for DNA diagnostics.
Combination of automated nucleic acid extraction, photometry and qPCR for easy-to-use and highly sensitive species analysis for cheese.
A new rabies vaccine strategy enhanced the speed and magnitude of the anti-rabies antibody responses and could improve the efficacy of currently used vaccines.
A new discovery that leukaemia type B cells can transform into different cells through epigenetic changes could lead to more effective therapies.
SmartExtraction significantly simplifies the entire automated workflow of DNA extraction.
Researchers have slowed the spread of a type of non-small cell lung cancer in mice by neutralising a protein that would otherwise cause tumour growth.
A study on tuberous sclerosis complex has expanded the knowledge of the formation of this disease and how it can be targeted at the molecular level.
New cell experiments show more effective genetic 'cuts' that could one day become the foundation of more effective gene therapies.
Researchers have revealed that stem cells transplanted into embryonic mice can mature into fully functional lungs, a method which could be developed to grow lungs for humans.
A study has revealed the structure of an enzyme that promotes cancer growth by mutating RNA, which could be used in the development of cancer treatments.
Researchers have created a material that can manipulate the immune response and be used as a regenerative medicine therapy.
Researchers in Australia and the US have launched the first open-source database detailing genetic variants that impact human health and disease.