The 2017 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine was awarded to Jeffrey C Hall, Michael Rosbash, and Michael W Young for research that established key mechanistic principles on how circadian… Read more »
qPCR is still considered the gold standard for gene expression analysis, especially when template copy number is low. In short, NGS provides a great tool for analyzing a large number of genes to narrow down the research interest and qPCR provides a fast, reliable, and cost effective means to verify NGS results.
3 Reasons Why You Should Take “Pseudogenes” Seriously in Your Research Protein-coding DNA, or “functional” genes, only accounts for up to 2% in the human genome. Until recently, the remaining… Read more »
In this final installment on how to improve your qPCR gene expression profiling (see 6 Tips to Improve qPCR: part 1 and part 2 for previous discussion), we will discuss… Read more »
Despite being essential for any experiment involving DNA replication, people rarely give primers a second thought. To coincide with the launch of our new qPCR gene reference tool, we’ll be… Read more »