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Bacterial reagents: stable, low-cost, readily available reagents with no purification requirements
Problem Most molecular biology techniques commonly used in research, biotechnology, healthcare, and education rely heavily on purified functional protein reagents. However, purification of these protein reagents requires substantial investment of time, expertise, equipment, and infrastructure. As a result, this significantly limits the availability...
Br512: an improved DNA polymerase for isothermal amplification assays
Unmet need Loop-mediated isothermal amplification (LAMP) is a technique that allows for nucleic acid amplification without the need for a thermocycler. This technology enables testing for infections practically anywhere. Testing shortages have exacerbated the COVID-19 pandemic, and there is a high demand for tests that can provide rapid results outside...
A novel polymer for the quantitative cryopreservation of cells and tissue
Technology summary Cryopreservation science has seen only limited progress in recent decades. The discovery and development of a non-toxic, universal approach to complex cell and tissue cryopreservation could transform medicine through preservation of cell therapy products, organ banking, and lead to advancements that would decrease mortality and improve...