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Biotechniques is 25

by on 29th of April, 2008 in Of Interest

Today's issue of the Biotechniques journal is well worth a read. The journal celebrates 25 years of existence with a series of retrospective articles covering developments in various fields over the same period.

Among the picks are:

Twenty-five years of quantitative PCR for gene expression analysis

Bacterial genetics: past achievements, present state of the field, and future challenges

Over the rainbow: 25 years of confocal imaging

Mass spectrometry: m/z 1983–2008

Kits and their unique role in molecular biology: a brief retrospective

Remember that access to Biotechniques is free, but registration is required.

Do you remember where you were 25 years ago? :)

About the author: Nick Oswald
I started Bitesize Bio on a Macbook on my kitchen table in 2007 while in my 7th year of working as a molecular biologist in biotech. My aim was to share the know-how that I had acquired from the school of hard-knocks in the lab, so that others could learn from my mistakes and small victories. Nowadays my mission is to facilitate the gathering of hardcore know-how from whole spectrum of bioscientists and share it here on Bitesize Bio to create a super-mentor that any bioscientist can turn to for much-needed guidance.

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