Quarterly Digital Edition – March 2020
The new-and-improved BioTechniques March quarterly digital edition is now available to view online.
This is the first of our new-look, bumper quarterly editions, bringing you even more of the latest advances in life science methods, alongside a plethora of the articles you love: Tech News, industry updates, event roundups, expert commentary and much more. We hope you enjoy it.
Highlights of this issue include:
Tech News: Advancing precision medicine; taming the T cell; new ways to diagnose cancer
Opinion: What are the off-target effects of CRISPR and why are they concerning?
Interview: Leslie Biesecker on genetic exceptionalism and the importance of making genetics open to all
Peek behind the paper: Jeremy Clark on his new method for the at-home collection of urine samples for prostate cancer detection (find the original article on page 71!)
Opinion: On high-throughput sample processing and laboratory techniques: concerns, pitfalls and more
Report: Comparison of normalization methods for Hi-C data
Report: Erythrosin B: a versatile colorimetric and fluorescent vital dye for bacteria
Report: A cautionary tale of cross-contamination among plasmids from commercial suppliers
Benchmark: Improved NGS pre-capture library yields and sequencing parameters using on-bead PCR
Plus over 20 more method articles, new products, a roundup of highlights from recent events, and details on how to enter our cover competition.
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