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How can your lab become more sustainable? Find out in your latest issue of BioTechniques

Written by Ebony Torrington (Managing Editor)

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This issue of BioTechniques presents an assay system that stimulates a growth environment for maize seedlings under conditions of low moisture in darkness, a method for in vitro amplification of various environmental circular DNAs and an Expert Opinion discussing design considerations for point-of-need devices for COVID-19 diagnostics and beyond.

Technology news

Lab techniques for a more sustainable world – What are you doing to make your lab more sustainable? Let us know on twitter via @MyBioTechniques

Expert Opinion

Design considerations for point-of-need devices based on nucleic acid amplification for COVID-19 diagnostics and beyond

Reports & Benchmarks

Yielding quality viral RNA by using two different chemistries: a comparative performance study

Assay system for mesocotyl elongation and hydrotropism of maize primary root in response to low moisture gradient

In vitro amplification of whole large plasmids via transposon-mediated oriC insertion

A simplified method for bronchoalveolar lavage in mice by orotracheal intubation avoiding tracheotomy

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