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Peter Blazso

Peter has a PhD in Molecular Biology and trained as a Pediatrician at the University of Szeged. Peter is currently a Research Physician in Pediatric Immunology with a particular interest in newborn screening of severe combined immunodeficiencies, gene, and cellular therapy. Peter also has expertise in molecular cloning, general cell culture maintenance, embryonic/adult stem cell maintenance/differentiation, transgenic mouse generation, gene expression analysis, immunoblotting, immunohistochemistry, immunocytochemistry, flow cytometry, chromosomal fluorescent in-situ hybridization, bioinformatics (high-throughput (genome/transcriptome) sequencing analytics, adaptive immune receptor repertoire analytics).

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Why All Bioscientists Should Use Linux

Why All Bioscientists Should Use Linux

By Peter Blazso | August 20, 2009

A couple of weeks ago, Nick tried to convince us that we should all be using Macs. But why would you want to use a Mac (or a PC) when you could have an operating system that: Is free Does not slow down after a while and limit your productivity Does not need extra antivirus…

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