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Method for producing completely monodisperse, highly repetitive polypeptides for use with Free-Solution Conjugate Electrophoresis and other bioanalytical applications

Researchers from Prof. Annelise Barron’s laboratory have developed a novel method for purifying large, biologically produced protein polymers for DNA sequencing and genotyping. This technique is used to generate truly monodisperse, highly repetitive pol...
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High-Gain Thompson-Scattering X-Ray Free-Electron Laser by Time-Synchronic Laterally Tilted Optical Wave

SLAC researchers have discovered a novel approach to generating coherent x-rays with 109 to 1010 photons and femtoseconds duration per laser pulse. This high intensity x-ray source is realized first by the pulse front tilt of a later...
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