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Robust and Sustained Transgene Expression with Mini-Intronic Plasmid Vectors

Researchers in Prof. Mark Kay’s laboratory have developed a robust vector that combines the ease of plasmid preparation with the stable expression achieved by minicircle vectors. This technology – Mini-Intronic Plasmids (MIP) – integrates essential ...
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Mild Chemically Cleavable Linker For Proteomic Applications

Stanford researchers have developed a novel, easily cleavable linker that can be used to elute specifically labeled targets from a resin or affinity matrix. This is particularly important for biotin since elution normally requires denaturing conditions th...
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