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Prolonged transgene expression with DNA spacer in plasmids or minicircles

A team of Stanford researchers have identified DNA sequences that can increase the longevity of transgene expression from plasmids or other episomal vectors in mammals and in vitro. This technology employs nucleosome-excluding sequences (NES) in a DNA spa...
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Electrochemical Deposition for Metal Ion Extraction/Removal from Water

Stanford researchers have developed a new technology to either extract valuable metal ion resources from sea water or remove hazardous ions from drinking water. This new method was tested using half-wave rectified alternating current (HW-ACE) to electroch...
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