Volume 4, Issue 2, October 2007

In This Issue
  • Taking Cell Culture to a New Dimension
  • Mammalian protein production for drug discovery
  • Gateway® cloning comes of age
  • Interview with Kyoto Prize winner Leonard Herzenberg: In the flow
  • The Genome Exploration Research Group

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Volume 4, Issue 1, March 2007

In This Issue
  • Simultaneous Staining of Intracellular Compartments in Live Cells
  • Interview: Nobel Laureate Sydney Brenner
  • BioSource™ Luminex® Neuroscience Assays for Alzheimer’s Disease BioMarkers
  • The Power of Information: iProtocol™ Online Library
  • Identify Novel Autoimmune Biomarkers Using ProtoArray™ Technology
  • D-LUX™ Designer Software

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Volume 2, Issue 2, June 2005

In This Issue
  • Introduction
  • The promise of science.
  • Interviews
  • Commentary from Evan Snyder, Roger Pedersen, Woo Suk Hwang, Janet Rossant, Alan Trounson, Ron McKay, Hans Keirstead, and Michael Rudnicki.
  • Technologies
  • The broadest technology portfolio available for stem cell research.

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Volume 2, Issue 1, March 2005

In This Issue
  • Interview: V. Narry Kim of Seoul National University
  • CellSensor Technology for Cell-Signaling Research
  • The ProtoArray Human Protein Microarray
  • ChargeSwitch Technology for Nucleic Acid Purification

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Volume 1, Issue 3, December 2004

In This Issue
  • Advanced Media: Reduced Sera Solutions
  • The Validated Stealth RNAi Collection
  • New Tools for RT-PCR from Invitrogen
  • Interview: Nobel Laureate Peter Doherty

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Volume 1, Issue 2, October 2004

In This Issue
  • Invitrogen Releases First Comprehensive Protein Microarray
  • Advances in Gateway Technology: Clone in Five Minutes
  • Reliable Microarray Labeling: Improve Your Perspective
  • Interview: Johns Hopkins Professor Jef Boeke

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Volume 1, Issue 1, April 2004

In This Issue
  • Stealth RNAi: The Next Generation
  • Fluorescence Polarization: Is Redder Better?
  • TrypLE Express: A Temperature Stable Replacement for Animal Trypsin in Cell Dissociation Applications
  • Interview: Robert Langer's Journey to Discovery

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