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Rosalind Franklin

Last week marked the anniversary of the birth of Rosalind Franklin, born 25th July 1920.   Franklin worked as a chemist and x-ray crystallographer, contributing to many groundbreaking developments and greatly enhancing scientific understanding. This post looks back at some [...]

A new PCR primer database for RNA virus detection

A new database has been created which outlines primers for use in the polymerase chain reaction (PCR) to detect RNA viruses. Details of this exciting new database, MRPrimerV, were published in Nucleic Acids Research.   "Abstract: Many infectious diseases are caused by viral [...]

Applications in PCR: PCR in genetic and genome engineering

Genetic and genome engineering is a useful tool for researchers, from producing proteins to understanding disease, and the polymerase chain reaction (PCR) has a vital role supporting this process by cloning the DNA fragments used to modify the genomes of [...]

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