Who: I am a life-sciences explorer.
What: I surf nutrient-to-gene trails.
Where: My base camp is at the University of Geneva.
When: - gianpaolo.rando@unige.ch,

Reporter gene sheds light

In Nature Network, you can find Stripped Science : the webcomic on life science. With a new strips on every Tuesday and Friday, Viktor Poór ...

Novel molecular bar-coding tech

Geiss and other 19 colleagues from NanoString describes on Nature Biotechnology a multiplexed technology which captures and counts individu...

Submit!

Reportergene reviews trends in development of genetically-encoded molecular probes from more than 50 peer-reviewed journals. The top 10 pap...

One reporter for multiple profiling of TFs

Some days ago I was challenging the concept that a reporter need to be a protein. Imagine my surprise in reading the March issue of Nature ...

GFP a mercury biosensor

Heavy metals like cadmium and mercury are "invisible" poisons that can accumulate and disrupt both metabolic and endocrine homeost...

What’s fun about biotech?

Much of the progress of civilization has turned on the artifice of harnessing nature’s engines of creation. In the last ten or twenty years,...

It's time for revision?

«A reporter gene is one that codes for a protein easily detectable in a protein background» Such classic definition need to be revised when ...

Top five!

Looking for REPORTER GENE, Reportergene is 5th in the Google top ten! This probably means more readers, more comments, more life on RG. ...