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Got milk? Get more with your latest issue of BioTechniques

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The May issue of BioTechniques sees us delve into how AI and lab tech are improving the sustainability of food production in the dairy industry. We also have a review looking into the utility of animal-free endotoxin testing, a battle of the methods when it comes to DNA extraction for older samples, and various new tools and methods for your lab research. Check out the full listing below!

Technology news

Got milk? How AI, lab techniques and automation could help you get more

Letter to the Editor

Comparison of DNA extraction methods for samples from old blood collections

Reports & Benchmarks

High-sensitivity microvolume UV absorption spectrometry for routine analysis of small-volume biological samples

The determination of cystatin C in biological samples via the surface plasmon resonance method

A novel Ca2+ indicator for long-term tracking of intracellular calcium flux

A single-wavelength flow cytometric approach using redox-sensitive green fluorescent protein probes for measuring redox stress in live cells

Design and characterization of a 3D-printed staggered herringbone mixer


Recombinant bacterial endotoxin testing: a proven solution

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