5 edition of Molecular Probes found in the catalog.
by Raven Hill Morrison Co
Written in English
|Contributions||Rodolfo Paoletti (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||292|
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Handbook of Fluorescent Dyes and Probes is the most comprehensive volume available on the subject, covering all the available dyes and probes known to date in the literature for uses in various fields.
Top dye expert Dr. Ram Sabnis organizes the compounds alphabetically by the. Molecular probes, also referred to as chemosensors, are molecules capable of transforming chemical information, such as the presence or concentration of a specific target species, into an.
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A molecular probe is a group of atoms or molecules used in molecular biology or chemistry to study the properties of other molecules or structures. If some measurable property of the molecular probe used changes when it interacts with the analyte (such as a change in absorbance), the interactions between the probe and the analyte can be makes it possible to indirectly study the.
Molecular probes can be applied for the quantitative analysis of microbial communities with detection by flow cytometry, fluorescence in situ hybridization (FISH) (Lim et al., ; Miller and Scholin, ) or other methods that take advantage of the hybridization principle (Fig.
2).With respect to the application of molecular probes for FISH, it is advantageous if the probes are specific for.
Molecular imaging is important for early disease diagnosis, personalized therapy guidance, and new drug development.
Nuclear scintigraphy using SPECT or PET is the widely used example in the clinic. To achieve functional visualization, specific probes are : Min Yang, Yuping Xu, Xinyu Wang, Yu Liu, Yanting Wang, Huimin Zhao, Jie Sheng, Yaoqi Li.
Molecular Probes was a biotechnology company located in Eugene, Oregon specializing in company was founded in by Richard and Rosaria Haugland in their kitchen in Minnesota, then moved briefly to Texas and finally to Oregon in the early s.
InMolecular Probes moved from Junction City to its current location in Eugene. While in Texas, the Hauglands. The Molecular Libraries Program (MLP), a component of the NIH Common Fund, offers public sector biomedical researchers access to the large-scale screening capacity necessary to identify small molecules that can be optimized as chemical probes to study the functions of genes, cells, and biochemical pathways.
This will lead to new ways to explore the functions of genes and signaling. The most downloaded articles from Molecular and Cellular Probes in the last 90 days.
Epidemiological investigation of feline infectious peritonitis in cats living in Harbin, Northeast China from to using a combination of an EvaGreen-based real-time RT-PCR and serum chemistry assays. Cover title: Molecular Probes handbook of fluorescent probes and research chemicals, Description: pages: illustrations ; 28 cm: Other Titles: Molecular Probes handbook of fluorescent probes and research chemicals: Responsibility: by Richard P.
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Molecular Biology is the science that aims to understand biological activity at the molecular level. These biological activities usually involve the plant or animal cell, and the nucleic acids and proteins that are at work within the cell.
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is and efficient technology for large-scale Single Nucleotide Polymorphisms (SNPs) analysis. It is used for SNP discovery and technique produces "inverted" probes in which SNPs are introduced into tag sequences that could be analyzed using a universal sequence tag.2.
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