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Multiplex DNA Amplification

Precise amplification of selected portions of genomic DNA is highly desirable for many DNA analysis purposes, for example the sequencing of multiple genes involved in a certain disease. The standard approach is currently using single polymerase chain reac...
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3D Super Resolution Microscopy with a Bisected Phase Mask: A Device to Measure the Depth, Position and Orientation of Single Molecules

Stanford researchers have designed a tunable wedge-based phase mask for 3D super-resolution imaging that can simultaneously determine both the position and rotational mobility of individual light-emitting molecules from a single camera image. This mask te...
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