Wisconsin Alumni Research Foundation

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Streamlined Design for Transferring Analytes

Polymerase chain reaction (PCR) is used to generate copies of a particular DNA sequence. The technique is common and indispensable in many research applications. Unfortunately, methods for isolating/p...
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David Beebe, Ben Casavant, David Guckenberger, Scott Berry | P130361US01

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Circulating Tumor Cell Assay Using Simple Blood Draw

Circulating tumor cells (CTCs) are cells shed from tumor deposits that flow into the bloodstream. They are detected at a frequency of about one CTC per one billion surrounding blood cells. The great h...
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David Beebe, Joshua Lang, Ben Casavant, Scott Berry, Lindsay Strotman | P130171US01

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Microwell Moat Prevents Spillover

The ability to study single cells has become indispensable, helping researchers identify characteristics and behaviors otherwise hidden using population averages. By obtaining multiple measures per ce...
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Jay Warrick, John Yin, Stephen Lindsay | P120353US01

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Device Uses Air Gap for Easier Fraction Isolation

Isolating analytes from complex biological samples is one of the most crucial steps in many areas of biological research and clinical diagnostics. Paramagnetic particles (PMPs) or beads are important ...
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David Beebe, Scott Berry | P130107US01

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