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.
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.
The nine PDQuest tutorials are chapterized so you can focus on what you want to learn. Each video runs from 3 to 9 minutes and features callout boxes that highlight important information to complement the audio explanations.
Bio-Rad’s five-step western blotting workflow incorporates traditional blotting techniques with innovative technology, allowing quick confirmation of gel runs and blot transfers, and simplifying protein normalization. See how it works.
Scientists from UCSD, UCD, The Salk Institute, and the University of Alabama talk about the speed, performance, and quality of electrophoresis runs using the Mini-PROTEAN TGX gels in their labs.
Bio-Rad’s PROTEAN i12 IEF system is specially designed for running different sample types, different gradients, and multiple 2-D electrophoresis protocols at the same time. Watch the video to learn about all the new features of this IEF system.
Harvard Medical School Postdoctoral student Sririam Kosuri explains how the Gel Doc EZ system has changed the way researchers image gels in the George Church lab at Harvard Medical School’s Wyss Institute.