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This post was contributed by guest blogger Daria Shcherbakova, a faculty member at Albert Einstein College of Medicine. Several sets of near-infrared fluorescent proteins (NIR FPs) and biosensors have been created recently. As developers of many of these probes, we decided to ...
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What is polymerase chain reaction? If you have ever worked in a molecular biology laboratory you have likely done a polymerase chain reaction (PCR). PCR is an in vitro method in which a small amount of DNA can be copied many many times in a short time period. PCR was invented in ...