Biologics are transforming the healthcare landscape and bringing us closer to the realization of personalized solutions to our health problems. Learn about what biologics are and how protein purification plays a key role in their overall success as a therapeutic.
Follow along as a new starry-eyed graduate student learns the ins and outs of life as a research scientist, gaining valuable western blotting tips and tricks. Along for the ride are a seasoned postdoctoral fellow and traditional principal investigator.
Being able to interrogate protein phosphorylation events and aberrant phosphorylation levels is critical to our understanding of various biological and pathological processes. However, detection of phosphorylated proteins in western blots can be challenging. These ten tips will help you generate robust data and cleaner blots.
See how you can efficiently reduce identification of optimal protein purification conditions from five days to just 18 hours. All you need is a DOE model and the Multivariable Scouting tool and automation abilities of the NGC Chromatography System.
Every year cancer kills eight million people worldwide. By 2030, the number of annually diagnosed cases will exceed 21.7 million resulting in 13 million cancer deaths due to aging and population growth. Join the fight against cancer by embarking on a research mission to develop a personalized immunotherapy using augmented reality.
Frost & Sullivan, a business consulting firm involved in market research and analysis, conducted a thought leadership forum that brought together experts in the field of immuno-oncology. Follow their discussions about the current state of immunotherapies and the key challenges and future approaches to the targeted use of the immune system in cancer treatment.
Passive reference dyes are included in qPCR/RT-qPCR supermixes to compensate for pipetting errors and thermal and/or optical differences in real-time instruments. Our universal line of reagents eliminates the need for spiking in dyes or having to worry about how much ROX your instrument needs. See how your qPCR experiments can also generate more reliable data and be reproducible by anyone.
Mock organs the size of a thumb drive are poised to revolutionize drug development and discovery. Dr. Dan Tagle at the NIH, the latest guest on Brilliant Science, specializes in divining new ways to innovate organs-on-chips, and he’s even sending them to space. Read more about this growing technology and its fascinating applications.
Frost & Sullivan, a business consulting firm involved in market research and analysis, conducted a thought leadership forum that brought together experts in the field of CNS biomarkers. Follow their discussions about technological advancements in the field and future implications of the current research and development.