In this issue of BioTechniques, we present an artificial intelligence-powered time-lapse imaging microscopy method for studying T cells, a method that enables two or more gene products to be synthesized in a cell at different levels and a review on flow cytometry that covers the history of the technique and what’s to come over the next few years.
The Earth BioGenome Project: a success story for whole-genome sequencing?
Cytotoxic T lymphocytes targeting a conserved SARS-CoV-2 spike epitope are efficient serial killers
Development of a Droplet Digital™ PCR DNA methylation detection and quantification assay of prenatal tobacco exposure
A novel click chemistry-based peptide ELISA protocol: development and technical evaluation
A compact and simple method of achieving differential transgene expression by exploiting translational readthrough
Agarose gel electrophoresis to assess PCR product yield: comparison with spectrophotometry, fluorometry and qPCR
Flow cytometry: past and future
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