Over the past 39 years, DNASTAR software has been cited in over 90,600 peer-reviewed publications. Our customers are hard at work studying everything from viruses to vertebrates. At the time of this writing, 2023 is not yet finished, but our software has been cited over 3,600 times, including in these papers:
- Virtual cloning: Isolation, genomic and biological characterizations of a rhabdovirus from mandarin fish
- Multiple sequence alignment: Prevalence of foodborne viruses and influenza A virus from poultry processing plants to retailed chickens
- Sanger sequence alignment: A genomic deletion encompassing CRYBB2-CRYBB2P1 is responsible for autosomal recessive congenital cataracts
- Pairwise sequence alignment: Complete genome analysis of echovirus 30 strains isolated from hand-foot-and-mouth disease in Yunnan province, China
- PCR primer design: Development of a molecular marker based on the mitochondrial genome for detection of Cyclospora cayetanensis in food and water samples
- Whole exome sequencing: Whole exome sequencing identifies three novel mutations in the ASPM gene from Saudi families leading to primary microcephaly
- Protein structure prediction: Characterization of a virulence factor in Plasmodiophora brassicae, with molecular markers for identification
And that’s just to name a few!
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