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September 1, Vol. 33, No. 15

  • Feature Articles

    • Data Analysis: Today’s Next-Gen Sequencing Imper...
    • John Russell
    • Without question, next-generation sequencing (NGS) has been immensely successful, even if it hasn’t transformed medicine just yet Sequencing itself has become nearly trivial Declining costs have made it widely accessible Recently, the rise of affordable benchtop NGS instruments promises to ... more »
    • Transfection Methods Evolving
    • MaryAnn Labant
    • Academic research trends continue to drive transfection technology advancements Researchers hope to use more biologically relevant yet hard-to-transfect cell models in addition to the standard immortalized cell lines, along with a broader range of nucleic acids, such as RNA variants ... more »
    • Purging Protein Profiling Problems
    • Kate Marusina
    • Quantitative peptide analysis by mass spectrometry (MS) has become indispensable for interrogation of proteins in complex biological samples This complexity requires multiple approaches, so a thorough understanding of these options helps to select the most appropriate protocol for the given ... more »