DNASTAR Publication Review
Over the past 36 years, DNASTAR software has been cited in over 84,000 peer-reviewed publications. In 2020 alone, our software was cited over 4,200 times. As much of 2020 was dominated by news and research surrounding the COVID-19 pandemic, it’s no surprise that many of these publications were also about the novel coronavirus. But our customers were also hard at work studying everything from viruses to vertebrates. In a few recent studies, DNASTAR software has been cited for:
- An early genome characterization of the novel coronavirus responsible for the COVID-1 pandemic
- Modeling the protein structure of sigma receptor type 1 to understand its role in juvenile ALS
- Sequence assembly of tick-borne pathogens in roe deer
- Genome assembly and analysis of the first negative-sense ssRNA virus infecting peach trees
- Phylogenetic tree analysis with MegAlign Pro to understand antimicrobial resistance genes
- RNA-Seq and variant analysis to study clubroot resistance in Brassica
And that’s just to name a few!
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