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  • NANOTECHNOLOGISTS CREATE ARTIFICIAL PORE
    - Interview with Peixuan Guo, Ph.D., Director of the NIH Nanomedicine Development Center at the University of Cincinnati, Endowed Chair, and Professor of Biomedical Engineering
  • ALUMINUM OXIDE NANOPORE FOR DNA ANALYSIS
    - Interview with Bala Murali Venkatesan, Fourth-Year Graduate Student, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering Department, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
  • Richard A. Gibbs, Ph.D.
    - from the Baylor College of Medicine, talks with GEN's Editor-in-Chief John Sterling about frontiers in DNA sequencing.

Pacific Biosciences

Sequencing System

The PacBio RS II allows scientists to generate finished genome assemblies, reveal and understand epigenomes, and characterize genomic variation. Based on the SMRT sequencing technology, the RS II can generate average read lengths of 5,000 base pair

Bio-Rad

Library Quantification Kit

Used with the QX100™ Droplet Digital™ PCR system, the ddPCR™ library quantification kit lets researchers directly measure amplifiable library concentrations. The TruSeq sample preparation method is the technique behind Illumina’s MiSeq and HiSeq ne

Cambridge Epigenetix

Kits for Analyzing Modified Cytosines

TrueMethyl™ kits provide quantitative, accurate and repeatable single-base resolution sequencing of the modified bases hydroxymethylcytosine (5-hmC) and methylcytosine (5-mC) in genomic DNA. This capability is attributable to the kits’ utiliza

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Biosimilars

Compared to the original biologics, do you think biosimilars run the risks of being less effective and causing more side effects?