Promega has launched a new Online Technical Publication Portal. This new online resource is your place to go for high-quality technical information about life science research, new technologies, and applications of research tools to solve laboratory problems. In addition to great articles, you will find supporting videos, animations and technical tools linked to each article for easy access. Subscribe to the RSS feed so that you will know as soon as new information is published to the site. It is also easy to share articles of interest with other scientists using e-mail or social and professional networking sites.
The first issue of our new online publication (which incorporates the same technical content formerly published in Cell Notes and Promega Notes print publications) contains:
Editor’s Pick-The Future is Bright: Imaging with Luciferase in Whole Animals.
A brief overview of whole-animal imaging using luciferase.
Imaging and Reporters-In Vivo Evaluation of Regulatory Sequences by Analysis of Luciferase Expression. A research article discussing the application of in vivo imaging of an luciferase reporter in mouse liver.
Genetic Reporters-Review: A Luciferase Reporter Gene Assay for HIV.
Review of a book chapter describing a luciferase reporter gene assay for measuring HIV neutralization.
Protein Analysis-Multiplexed Protein-Interaction Studies Using HaloLink™ Protein Arrays.
An article describing the use of HaloLink™ Protein Array Systems for detecting and assessing protein: protein interactions.
DNA Purification-PureYield™ Plasmid Purification Systems Comparison: Excellent Speed, Yield, Purity and Performance.
See how the PureYield™ Miniprep, Midiprep and Maxiprep Systems compare with other plasmid purification systems.
Protease Assay-Sensitive and Flexible Protease Assay without the Need for Chemical Synthesis.
This article describes the Protease-Glo™ Assay, which easily evaluates protease function using protease substrates that are rapidly generated using molecular cloning and cell-free expression techniques.
Cloning-Value-Added Human Flexi® ORF Clones with HaloTag® Labeling Technology
This article describes the creation of Flexi® ORF clones constructed using human cDNA resources, including genes originally identified at Kazusa DNA Research Institute (KDRI).
Visit the portal, take a look around, and let us know what you think!
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