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Improved minicircle vector for non-insertional transgene expression in quiescent cells and tissues

The minicircle is a non-viral DNA vector for non-insertional transgene expression. A typical minicircle contains a transgene expression cassette, and is free of all other plasmid DNA elements, including an antibiotic resistance gene and a plasmid DNA rep...
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A scalable approach to neuronal recording and stimulation

Stanford researchers developed a system for large-scale neuronal recording and stimulation via bundles of nano and microwire electrodes bonded to integrated circuit arrays. Large-scale neuronal recording is a critical bottleneck in neuroscience. Current t...
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