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Dna/rna/cloning Research

Contribute to the zintro blog! i am an independent writer for zintro. I am looking for your expert opinion on the question below and a written response that is one to three paragraphs. Your response may be used in an article that i will write and post on the zintro blog site. If your response is used, you will be named in the article and a link to your expert profile will be included. Your contribution is voluntary and provides you with a great marketing opportunity to get your name and expert opinion published. Here is a sample blog: http://blog.Zintro.Com/ question: where is the most recent dna/rna/cloning research leading us? Where is this research being successfully applied? If you are interested, please send me your response via znotes in the next day or two. If you have any questions, please let me know. Thank you. Maureen aylward

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    Radoslav |Systems Engineering

    Cloning research was finally ***** a field of biological science when Dolly was successfully ...

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    Dominique |Technology expert

    Hi Maureen, The query is not targeting one of my competency area Best regards Domb...

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    Giuseppe |web designer, data base UI developer, we

    Thank you for having asked me to contribute to answer your question. As ***** user interface dev...

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Dna Vaccines & Alzheimers

Seeking experts on dna vaccines & alzheimers for project work, possibly a full time position

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    Stephen |Consultant

    I led the US *****eting team at Elan Pharmaceuticals in *****, preparing the launch of bap...

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    Anthony |VP of Development

    Hello timotis, I'm Dr. Vertino a clinical psychologist specializing in ***** Alzheimers. ...

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Dna Profiling

The problem relating to offenders dna profiling in the investigation of sexual offences.

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    Maryam |NA

    Please let me know how I can help you. Maryam...

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    Robert |Research Scientist

    There are may potential problems that can arise in these ***** the least of which is gross...

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    Michael |Research Scientist/Scientific Writer/Sci

    I have extensive experience in genetics and molecular biology. please let me know if I can be of se...

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Dna Testing

Hello, i and my partner have a nonprofit organization that is conducting scientific research to document some extraordinary experiences of a group of people. Many of these people have outgrown chronic illnesses in a very short time period including depression, anxiety, crohn’s disease, hyperthyroidism, asthma, and paralysis to name a few. We believe that these changes and many others are due to fundamental changes in their dna. I am interested in having dna testing done to validate the changes in the dna. Where do i go to investigate the type of dna testing this would require? Thanks for your time. David

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    Phaedra |Senior Research Scientist

    Hi To be scientifically solid, you'd need a sample before and after the fact. Detecting subtle chan...

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    April |supervisor of molecular testing

    Hello, There are 3 ***** I can think of that may perform that testing. One is PTC labs, DDC D...

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    Jon |COO

    Hello David, I can potentially help you out with your inquiry. Essentially, you can test DNA for ch...

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Dna Extraction

Dna extraction we extract dna from many many thousands of samples each week, every week for routine snp genotyping. We have found that chilled muscle tissue samples do not perform well when compared to other typical sample types such as buccal swabs, skin biopsies etc. Using inexpensive & easy techniques such as chelex; these fresh muscle tissue samples require a more demanding stringent protocol to achieve equivalent performance. Despite extensive testing we have been unable to develop a simple, robust, inexpensive dna extraction technique for muscle tissue. A first pass pcr success rate of 99% or greater is required. Would love to hear from suitable experts - to suggest potential sources of the problem / solutions? Cost of extraction is a major factor and must be less than $0.20/sample in material costs.

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    Rakhee |Associate

    I have over 10 years of experience in this field. Please feel free to reach out for more details. S...

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    John |Consultant

    I've done this a few samples at a time using mechanical ***** for high throughput on a...

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    Laurie |Chair, Department of Health Sciences

    Yes, I agree that muscle tissue is not an easy sample for DNA extraction. I have never heard of any ...

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Dna Free Reagents

I am looking to connect with one or more experts in manufacture of bacterial dna-free reagents for ivd use (qpcr). I need to design low volume manufacture of reagents that will not turn positive in qpcr with 16s bacterial rrna primers for at least 40 cycles.

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    Sean |Research Assistant

    I don't know if you tried this, but you could treat your reagents with a few crystals of DNase and t...

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    avraham |CEO & CTO

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    Ali |Senior Scientist

    If your issue is a ***** low level detection, then we have ***** low DNA presence, li...

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Dna

Need dna specialist for attorney ***** ****** to review discovery, consult via phone or email, provide literature to attorney to educate about the case.

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    Annie |Computational Scientist

    Hi, I have a PhD in Genetics (discovered disease genes and can perform large-scale analysis) and w...

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    Mehul |Founder and Chief Consultant

    Hello, I can definitely help you out. I'm out of town until Friday, but am avaliable via email. I ...

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    Yulia |research associate

    Good afternoon I would like to offer my expertise as a molecular biologist with over 20 years of exp...

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G Quadruplex Dna

How to identify g-quadruplex dna in bacteria?

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    Simona |Bioinformatics Scientist

    Have a look at this paper: Genome-wide prediction of G4 DNA as regulatory motifs: Role in Escherichi...

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    Anuj |Tutor / Postdoctoral Researcher

    I apologize for not replying sooner, and for the fact that I am not an expert on G-quadruplex DNA. H...

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Plasmid Dna Production

We would like to speak to 2-3 experts in the field of plasmid dna contract manufacturing. They would need to know about manufacturing plasmid dna for cell and gene therapy, mrna and dna vaccines, and to be able to discuss prices and costs.

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    Karel |Chief Scientific Officer

    I can share with you my experience I acquired when serving as Director / Program Head at GeneMedicin...

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    Dr. Sumant |Biopharma Biologics Process and Manufact

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    Jaime |Full time Researcher Principal Investiga

    Hello. I think a fulltime ***** *****d benefit both of us and many cancer vic...

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Dna And Rna

We are attorneys in a civil case seeking to consult with an expert who can evaluate the significance and sufficiency of police crime labs report on its dna findings from a rape kit. The expert should be located in the eastern washington state, ideally king, snohomish or pierce counties.

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    Mehul |Founder and Chief Consultant

    I can definitely help. I'm in Los Angeles, but most times any review and ***** be accompl...

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    JYOTHI |senior scientist

    hi DNA-6kh8zv I work with DNA/RNA and testing them extensively. How do you want to assay the efficac...

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    azzam |dr

    we can give you the *****rtise for your request.i am forensic medicine consultant .dr azzam...

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Forensic Dna

The zintro blog needs you! i a€™m looking for your expert opinion on the news below and a written response that is one to three paragraphs long.Your response may be used in an article that i will write and post on the zintro site.You will be named in the article and a link to your profile will be included.Your contribution is voluntary(there is no direct payment involved,but you will get lots of traffic to your expert profile). If interested,please send me your response via znotes within few days. Applied dna sciences and security company smokecloak created a fog-based security system,which marks intruders with plant-based forensic markers.Triggered by an alarm,the fog deployment system fills the room with thick dna fog,obscuring criminals' vision.The customized engineered dna can be traced back to the scene of a specific crime.Genetic particles are nearly impossible to remove from human skin for up to three weeks.Will the technology sell in the us? This is a great marketing opportunity to get your name and expert opinion published on our blog. Here is a sample: http://blog.Zintro.Com/2012/01/16/keystone-xl-pipeline-pros-and-cons/ please include your full name,we will link it to your profile,getting you more presence on zintro.If you have any questions,please let me know. Thank you! idil kan

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    Russell |Analyst

    Russell Stover While I like the idea, I have certain *****. First, how robust is the DNA aga...

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    Kevin |Enrichment Coach

    Hello Idil, Interesting product idea. Certainly pushes ethical boundaries despite its promise to pro...

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    Jon |CEO

    Hello Idil, I'am interested in writing a short piece about the new tech above. How do I submit my...

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Dna Analysis

I'd like to know if dna testing through saliva can be altered or contaminated by smoking or otherwise. Can a uva light even affect the dna in saliva for a short period of time?

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    Michael |Research Associate

    It would be helpful to know what you plan to do with the DNA. What would otherwise be? UVA can dam...

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    Peter |Research Associate

    Technically yes, but in practical terms no. A number of compounds in tobacco smoke directly damage ...

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