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.
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.
Western blotting using fluorescently tagged detection antibodies is a technique that is gaining in popularity. However, adopting a new technique can be challenging. Use the tips provided in this article to get started and see how fluorescent western blotting can enhance your scientific research.
Find out why fluorescent western blotting is gaining in popularity and how it compares to more widely used methods, such as chemiluminescence. From easier multiplexing to brighter fluorophores to easier method development, learn about the many advantages of fluorescent western blotting.
Better model systems and faster, more comprehensive screens are only two of the many ways in which CRISPR is changing the pace of discovery. See how CRISPR is transforming research and development by providing us with tools that were once unimaginable.
In 2016, we published a wide variety of general interest articles, customer testimonials, tips, protocols, videos, product highlight articles, and technical and application notes. Here are the ten articles you found the most interesting in 2016.
Digital PCR offers a highly sensitive alternative to conventional qPCR, enabling absolute quantification of nucleic acids and rare allele detection. The tips in this article help you set up and optimize your digital PCR experiments when using droplet partitioning technology.
CRISPR has revolutionized gene editing but is not the only way to edit a gene. We compare the pros and cons of four main gene editing techniques – meganucleases, zinc finger nucleases, TALENs, and CRISPR-Cas9 – discuss the advance of these methods to the clinic for therapeutic applications, and introduce newer technologies that eliminate some of the pitfalls of current techniques.
Striving for efficiency in workflow is not a new concept. Automation and use of smart technologies in industries such as automotive and shipping, and services like USPS and UPS, have drastically changed the way they function today not just with innovation but with personalization. Pharma is beginning to understand the need for adopting personalized workflow as well. Now, what can Pharma learn from these industries and how can it apply it to the industry?