Modern Improvements to Classic Technologies: Innovating Electrophoresis and Chromatography Upstream of Protein Characterization to Speed Up Research
When testing new drug therapies, it is essential to know the identity of the protein being tested. Chromatography is a commonly used technique to separate complex biological mixtures and isolate proteins of interest prior to downstream characterization. Learn more about how automating chromatography and stain-free technology are helping to save time and effort in protein purification.
Biomarker screening can sometimes be like working in a black box. While traditional research tools focus on one protein at a time, Bio-Rad’s new Bio-Plex Pro™ Mouse Chemokine Panel can simultaneously interrogate 33 chemokines and cytokines in a single well. See how you can get more answers with this panel.
Our resident gene editing expert, Dr. Yann Jouvenot, provides an overview of CRISPR gene editing and how it is affecting how research and development are being performed in the Biotech and Pharma industries.
Our new immune cell lineage and marker database provides an interactive way to help you easily examine detailed marker data, view immune cell marker expression, and find the antibody to your marker. Learn more and try out the interactive tool for yourself.
The typical success rate of a clinical trial is less than ten percent. Pharmaceutical companies are using a variety of methods to save time and reduce costs to get drugs to market faster. Biomarker screening is proving to be an effective way to improve the drug discovery and development process. See one of the ways Pharma companies can identify the most relevant biomarkers.
Despite the fact that antibodies are one of the most frequently used tools in life science and clinical research, there are no universally accepted guidelines to ensure that they have been properly validated. Learn about the issues facing researchers and what antibody suppliers and researchers can do to ensure that the research being carried out is trustworthy and is helping to improve overall data quality.
Our resident gene editing expert, Dr. Yann Jounenvat, provides an overview of the four main gene editing techniques that are being used in life science research today. Learn about the pros and cons of each of method and where they are best applied.
Real-time PCR is a common and easy-to-adopt technology. By keeping a few simple steps in mind as you design and run your experiments you can ensure high-quality, reproducible data.
Disease-associated mutations can be prognostic of outcome and inform treatment choices. However, traditional tissue biopsies limit the ability to implement personalized treatments. Read about how multiplex digital PCR can enable the tracking of treatment efficacy using liquid biopsies.
Gene augmentation and antisense therapies treat disease by providing a functional copy of faulty gene or repressing its expression. Find out how gene editing tools, like CRISPR, promise a more permanent cure.