Translational Science


Translational Science Application Notes

Translational science, applying research discoveries to address health needs, is built on the complex interconnected foundation provided by research in genomics, proteomics, drug discovery, metabolomics and much more. The requirements of translating the life science research building blocks to the clinic and ultimately to improving human health is multi-faceted and requires uncompromising attention to reproducible data, accurate and validated applications across all sample types.

At Gilson, our mission is to enable you to simplify your workflow, improve your data reproducibility and generate verifiable science so that you can advance the molecular mechanisms of many diseases and accelerate therapeutic treatments.


Automation of the Illumina Nextera® XT System DNA Library Prep Workflow on PIPETMAX®


 

KEYWORDS: PIPETMAX, DNA Library Preparation Kit, Plasmids, Small Genomes, Next Generation Sequencing, NGS, Deep Sequencing, Parallel Sequencing

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Automation of the Agencourt® AMPure® XP PCR Purification System on PIPETMAX®


 

KEYWORDS: PIPETMAX, PCR amplicons, NGS, Genotyping, Cloning, Fragment analysis, Primer walking, Primer cleanup, DNA Aplification

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Flexible Automated Workflow for Kinase Selectivity Profiling using PIPETMAX®


 

KEYWORDS: PIPETMAX, Kinase, Kinase inhibitors, Kinase Profiling, Automated Liquid Handling, Kinase Enzyme Profiling System, Bioluminescence Detection

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 Sample Integrity in qPCR: Using PIPETMAX® qPCR Assistant to Minimize Contamination


 

KEYWORDS: PIPETMAX, qPCR, qPCR Assistant, Quantitative PCR, Contamination, Assay Automation, Cross-contamination, carryover, Positive and Negative Controls, Automated Sample Processing

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Expression of Oxidative Stress Genes in Human Stem Cells in Physiological Versus Atmospheric Oxygen Levels - Poster


 

KEYWORDS: Oxidative stress gene, PIPETMAX, Gene Expression, Quantitative PCR, qPCR Assistant, Down Syndrome, Trisomy 21 cells, iPSC

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Normalization of DNA and RNA Samples with PIPETMAX® Normalization Assistant


 

KEYWORDS: PIPETMAX, Nucleic Acid Normalization, Normalization Workflow, Genomic DNA, cDNA, RNA, Isolation and Purification of Nucleic Acids, Normalization, Bovine DNA

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Precise Evaluation of Plant RNA Extraction Methods with Automated RT-qPCR Assay Preparations


 

KEYWORDS: RNA Extraction, qPCR, RT-qPCR, RNA Isolation, RNA purification, qPCR Assistant, PIPETMAX, Assay Preparations, real time-qPCR

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Streamlined Purification of Assay-ready Oligonucleotides by Automated HPLC

 

KEYWORDS: Oligonucleotides, qPCR, Next Generation Sequencing, Microarray Analysis, GX-271, Purification, TRILUTION LC

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Gene Expression Plant - Virus Study Monitoring Potato Virus Y (PVY) with Real-Time PCR (qPCR) Results Using PIPETMAX 268

 

KEYWORDS: PIPETMAX®  268, PCR, qPCR, Real-Time PCR, Gene Expression, PVY, COX Gene Amplification, Automation, Pipetting System, PIPETMAN®

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Automated NGS Library Prep: Ligation Efficiency of NxSeq® Sample Preparation using PIPETMAX 268

 

KEYWORDS: PIPETMAX®  268, Next Generation Sequencing, NGS, Library Prep Automation, gDNA, Automation, Pipetting System, PIPETMAN®

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Maximize Information Content from Cell-Based Assays using Multi-parameter Mechanistic Toxicity Profiling

 

KEYWORDS: PIPETMAX®  268, Cell-Based Assay, CBA, Toxic Liability, Toxicity Profiles, Necrosis, Apoptosis, Automation, Pipetting System, PIPETMAN®

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qPCR Gene Expression Signature in Peripheral Blood as a Marker of Parkinson's Disease

 

KEYWORDS: PIPETMAX®  268, qPCR, Gene Expression Signature, NGS Libraries, Genomics, Parkinson's Disease, PD, Marker, Automation, Pipetting System, PIPETMAN®

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