This researcher sings a tune many will recognize from their own frustrations with overly complex chromatography instruments. The NGC™ chromatography system offers a simple, user-friendly interface so even students with little experience will beat the “learning curve blues.”
Prof. Alec Morley, a pioneer in digital PCR, describes his use of Droplet Digital PCR (ddPCR™) technology to advance the diagnosis and treatment of leukemia. Morley and his colleagues at Flinders University and Medical Center in Adelaide, South Australia previously developed a digital PCR method for the early detection of residual acute lymphoblastic leukemia (ALL). Learn how Morley is now using Bio-Rad’s ddPCR technology to develop a diagnostic test for monitoring chronic myeloid leukemia.
Meet Janna and Tomas. After hearing competing claims about the scalability of next-generation chromatography systems, this dynamic duo took it upon themselves to discover the truth. Now let’s face it, when you think of protein purification you don’t usually think of good times. But somehow Janna and Tomas manage to keep the mood light even as they put the systems to the test by simulating changing protein purification needs. Their conclusion? Vote Yes for Better Chromatography. Vote Yes for Bio-Rad.
A day in the life of Maria, a post-graduate scientist. Both Maria and her PI are annoyed with their unreliable, out-dated protein purification system, and her PI asks Maria to buy them a new one. She struggles to find a system that meets all their needs until she remembers that Bio-Rad has a new next-generation chromatography system that will work for everyone!
Watch the protein purification election night special parody! Find out which chromatography system wins. Laugh Out Loud at the terrible protein purification “pundit” and Vote Yes for Better Chromatography “Fanatics.” Learn what values and system features were appreciated most by voters.
Research led by Prof. Ryan Jensen at Yale Medical School focuses on elucidating the links between BRCA gene mutations and breast cancer. Learn how researchers in his lab use Bio-Rad’s V3 Western Workflow to study interactions between BRCA proteins and the DNA repair protein RAD51. Understanding how these proteins interact in carcinogenesis and tumor growth will provide a new understanding of breast cancer mechanisms that could lead to new therapies.
Life science researchers all over the world use the T100 thermal cycler in their daily routine. In this video, users describe how it saves them time and helps them consistently obtain high-quality data.
The Fraser lab at University of California Davis tested Bio-Rad’s NGC system for the purification of ribosomal complex proteins in their studies of protein translation mechanisms. The NGC system enabled these researchers to significantly increase their protein purification throughput and save valuable time in the lab.
Learn how scientists in the Gene Regulation Laboratory at the Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST) use the ChemiDoc MP imaging system in their work investigating the molecular machinery involved in epigenetic gene regulation.
Learn how scientists in the Department of Animal Physiology at the University of Erlangen in Erlangen, Germany use the ChemiDoc MP imaging system in their work investigating sensory systems, in particular, the eye.