DNASTAR Remains the Most Widely Cited Software in Peer Reviewed Publications

Record of successful research in the laboratory


Over the past 31 years, DNASTAR software has been cited in more than 52,000 peer-reviewed publications. That’s more than all of our competitors’ software combined. In 2015 alone, our software was cited in over 3,200 scientific papers.


We are honored that so many researchers found our software useful in their work this past year – from research on reptilian transcriptomes to microbial genomes to gene expression in olive trees, and we are excited to see what new findings come in 2016!


Featured here are just a few of the publications citing DNASTAR software in December. Check out our publications page to see more examples from 2015.


Share your publication with us, and we will post it here! Contact Ellie Thomas for details at thomase@dnastar.com or cite DNASTAR in your publications.





Publications Citing DNASTAR Software December 2015



Development and Characterization of a Guinea Pig-Adapted Sudan Virus

Gary Wong, Shihua He, Haiyan Wei, Andrea Kroeker, Jonathan Audet, Anders Leung, Todd Cutts, Jill Graham, Darwyn Kobasa, Carissa Embury-Hyatt, Gary P. Kobingera, and Xiangguo Qiu

Journal of Virology (2016) vol.90 no. 1


A Basis for Rapid Clearance of Circulating Ring-Stage Malaria Parasites by the Spiroindolone KAE609

Rou Zhang, Rossarin Suwanarusk, Benoit Malleret, Brian M. Cooke, Francois Nosten, Yee-Ling Lau, Ming Dao, Chwee Teck Lim, Laurent Renia, Kevin Shyong Wei Tan, and Bruce Russell

Journal of Infectious Diseases (2016) vol. 213 no. 1


Genome-wide analysis of tandem repeats in Tribolium castaneum genome reveals abundant and highly dynamic tandem repeat families with satellite DNA features in euchromatic chromosomal arms

Martina Pavlek, Yevgeniy Gelfand, Miroslav Plohl, and Nevenka Meštrović

DNA Research (2015) vol. 22 no. 6


Whole-Genome Sequences of Novel Porcine Circovirus Type 2 Viruses Detected in Swine from Mexico and the United States

Karen M. Harmon, Phillip C. Gauger, Jianqiang Zhang, Pablo E. Piñeyro, Derek D. Dunn, and Amy J. Chriswell

Genome Announcements (2015) vol. 3 no. 6


Draft Genome Sequence of Thermophilic Geobacillus sp. Strain Sah69, Isolated from Saharan Soil, Southeast Algeria

Oliver K. I. Bezuidt, Thulani P. Makhalanyane, Mohamed A. Gomri, Karima Kharroub, Don A. Cowan

Genome Announcements (2015) vol. 3 no. 6