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The demand for high‐throughput recombinant protein production has markedly increased with the increased activity in the field of proteomics. Within the Human Protein Atlas project recombinantly produced human protein fragments are used for antibody production. Here we describe how the protein...
In this study, a novel rapid prototyping technology was used to fabricate scaphoid and lunate bone prostheses, two carpal bones that are prone to avascular necrosis. Carpal prostheses were fabricated with an Envisiontec Perfactory® SXGA stereolithography system using Envisiontec eShell 200...
Three‐year $28M drug discovery collaboration: Evotec‐NovartisRegenerative medicine: Sigma‐Aldrich/D‐Finitive Cell TechnologiesIndustrial prizes
High‐throughput protein productionTegel et al., Biotechnol. J. 2009, 4, 51–57Rapidly growing research in proteomics increases the need to produce recombinant proteins in a high‐throughput fashion. Researchers from Stockholm (Sweden) participate in an antibody‐based proteomics project to...
Cre recombinase (Cre)‐mediated targeted insertion of a transgene is a powerful technique that can be used to tailor genomes. When combined with somatic cell nuclear transfer it could offer an efficient way to generate transgenic livestock with site‐specific genetic modifications that are free...
Faster genetic diagnosis for hereditary diseasesNew microscope for 3D live imagingCell division visualized by MitoCheck
While remarkably complex networks of connected DNA molecules can form from a relatively small number of distinct oligomer strands, a large computational space created by DNA reactions would ultimately require the use of many distinct DNA strands. The automatic synthesis of this many distinct...
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