Did you know DNASTAR software has been cited in over 50,000 peer-reviewed publications? Last year alone, our software was cited in peer reviewed publications more than twice as often as any competitor’s software.
Featured here is a sampling of publications from the second calendar quarter of 2015. Check back each month for an update on the latest publications citing DNASTAR tools.
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Publications Citing DNASTAR Software April-June 2015
Gaston De Serres, Shalini Desai, Amanda Shane, Joanne Hiebert, Manale Ouakki, Alberto Severini
Open Forum Infectious Diseases (Spring 2015) 2 (2)
The Lasergene Evolution Suite was used for measles genotyping.
Jonathan Emiliano Laiño, Elvira María Hebert, Graciela Savoy de Giori, Jean Guy LeBlanc
Genome Announcements May/June 2015 vol. 3 no. 3
Ion Torrent data was assembled using the Lasergene Genomics Suite.
Rafik Z. Fayzulin, Michael Perez, Natalia Kozhukhar, Domenico Spadafora, Glenn L. Wilson, Mikhail F. Alexeyev
Nucleic Acids Research (19 May 2015) 43
The Lasergene Evolution Suite was used for mtDNA Sanger sequence assembly and analysis in mice.
Manuel Rodelo-Urrego, Fernando Garcı´a-Arenal, Israel Paga´n
Virus Evolution, 2015, 1(1)
The Lasergene Evolution Suite was used for gene assembly and analysis.
Aidan Casey, Kieran Jordan, Aidan Coffey, Olivia McAuliffe
Genome Announcements March/April 2015 vol. 3 no. 2
Illumina MiSeq reads were assembled using the Lasergene Genomics Suite.