molecular beacons

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Public Health Research Institute
New Jersey Medical School - Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey
Department of Molecular Genetics, Third floor - West Wing
225 Warren Street
Newark, New Jersey 07103

Fred Russell Kramer, Ph.D. Sanjay Tyagi, Ph.D. Salvatore A.E. Marras, Ph.D.
Room W-310A Room W-310E Room W-350A
Tel: 1-973-854-3370 Tel: 1-973-854-3372 Tel: 1-973-854-3373
fred.kramer@rutgers.edu tyagisa@rutgers.edu marrassa@rutgers.edu

 


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Recent Publications from our group


Marras SAE, Tyagi S, Antson D, and Kramer FR (2019) Color-coded molecular beacons for multiplex PCR screening assays. PLoS One 14: e0213906




Vargas DY, Marras SAE, Tyagi S, and Kramer FR (2018) Suppression of Wild-Type Amplification by Selectivity Enhancing Agents in PCR Assays That Utilize SuperSelective Primers for the Detection of Rare Somatic Mutations. The Journal of Molecular Diagnostics, 20, 415-427




Schlachter S, Chan K, Marras SAE, and Parveen N (2017) Detection and differentiation of lyme spirochetes and other tick-borne pathogens from blood using real-time PCR with molecular beacons. Methods in Molecular Biology 1616: 155-170.




Catrina IE, Bayer LV, Yanez G, McLaughlin JM, Malaczek K, Bagaeva E, Marras SAE, and Bratu DP (2016) The temporally controlled expression of Drongo, the fruit fly homolog of AGFG1, is achieved in female germline cells via P-bodies and its localization requires functional Rab11. RNA Biol 13: 1117-1132.