321 Citations found

Takahashi M, Burnett JC, et al. (2015) Aptamer-siRNA chimeras for HIV. Adv Exp Med Biol, 848 : 211–234.

A review of the use of aptamers to target siRNAs to HIV-1 proteins.

Ouellet E, Foley JH, et al. (2015) Hi‐Fi SELEX: A high‐fidelity digital‐PCR based therapeutic aptamer discovery platform. Biotechnol Bioeng, 112 : 1506–1522.

Description of a new aptamer selection platform that uses fixed-region blocking elements to ensure library diversity and guard against amplification artifacts. Truncated (random-region sequence only) and full-length library versions of aptamers were synthesized and HPLC-purified by IDT.

Jacobson O, Yan X, et al. (2015) PET imaging of tenascin-C with a radiolabeled single-strand DNA aptamer. J Nucl Med, 56 : 616–621.

Development of the first agent for imaging and quantifying the cancer associated protein, tenascin-C—a tenascin-C-specific single-stranded DNA aptamer. The aptamer was radiolabeled with 18F and 64Cu and used in PET-imaging studies to measure tumor uptake and metabolism. All aptamers, including FITC-aptamers, were synthesized by IDT.

xGen Lockdown Probes were used to rescue drop-out regions of SureSelect® probe panels (Agilent), giving more uniform target coverage. The probes were able to target 29 genes from whole blood genomic DNA, isolated from over 1000 patients.

Pauli A, Montague TG, Lennox KA, Behlke MA, Schier AF. (2015) Antisense oligonucleotide-mediated transcript knockdown in Zebrafish. PLoS One, 10 : e0139504.
3. Addepalli B, Lesner NP, Limbach PA.. (2015) Detection of RNA nucleoside modifications with the uridine-specific ribonuclease MC1 from Momordica charantia.. RNA. doi: 10.1261/rna.052472.115.
Perry AS, Baird AM, Gray SG. (2015) Epigenetic Methodologies for the study of Celiac Disease. Methods Mol Biol, 1326 : 131–158.

The authors used gBlocks® Gene Fragments to generate a standard curve for their qPCR analysis.

Khan SM, Min A, Gora S, Houranieh GM, Campden R, Robitaille M, Trieu P, Petrin D, Jacobi AM, Behlke MA, Angers S, Hebert TE. (2015) Gb4g1 as a modulator of M3 muscarinic receptor signaling and novel roles of Gb1 subunits in the modulation of cellular signaling. Cell Signal, 27 : 1597–1608.
E Friedman, N Efrat, et al.. (2015) Low-level constitutional mosaicism of a de novoBRCA1 gene mutation . Br J Cancer, 112 : 765–768.

Next generation sequencing was used to accurately detect constitutional mosaicism in an individual diagnosed with early onset, high-grade breast cancer. xGen Lockdown Probes were used to target multiple genes of interest, including <em>BRCA1</em>, in DNA isolated from the individual’s blood.

Feng X, Lian J, Zhao H. (2015) Metabolic engineering of Saccharomyces cerevisiae to improve 1-hexadecanol production. Metab Eng, 27 : 10–19.

gBlocks Gene Fragments were used to generate the fatty acyl-CoA reductase gene from barn owl.

xGen Lockdown Probes were designed to target and capture segments of DNA at the 8q24 locus, a chromosomal region known for being involved in prostate cancer susceptibility.

Aptekar S, Arora M, et al. (2015) Selective targeting to glioma with nucleic acid aptamers. PLoS One, 10 : e0134957.

The specificity, uptake, and target binding strength of 2 DNA aptamers were investigated in glioma cells and patient tissue. Aptamers were synthesized by IDT and conjugated at the 5′ end with either Cy® 3 or biotin for purification.

Ezzat K, Aoki Y, Koo T, McClorey G, Benner L, Coenen-Stass A, O’Donovan L, Lehto T, Garcia-Guerra A, Nordin J, Saleh AF, Behlke M, Morris J, Goyenvalle A, Dugovic B, Leumann C, Gordon S, Gait MJ, El Andaloussi S, Wood MJ. (2015) Self-assembly into nanoparticles is essential for receptor mediated uptake of therapeutic antisense oligonucleotides. Nano lett, 15 : 4364–4373.
Sarvestani ST, Stunden HJ, Behlke MA, Forster SC, McCoy CE, Tate MD, Ferrand J, Lennox KA, Latz E, Williams BRG, Gantier MP.. (2015) Sequence-dependent off-target inhibition of TLR7/8 sensing by synthetic microRNA inhibitors. Nucl Acid Res, 43 : 1177–1188.
Schmitt MW, Fox EJ, et al. (2015) Sequencing small genomic targets with high efficiency and extreme accuracy. Nat Methods, 12 : 423–425.

xGen Lockdown Probes were used to target regions of the genome containing commonly mutated genes. The probes allowed the authors to achieve sequencing with more specificity and depth, which greatly improved the efficiency and cost of data collection.

Scientists at the University of Oxford used xGen Lockdown Probes in a new, high-throughput method for detecting and sequencing HCV genotypes.

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