Saturday, December 21, 2013
Go to Market Reports.com
Micro-Volume Purity Assessment of Nucleic Acids using A260/A280 Ratio
Monitoring Bacterial Cell-to-Cell Communication “Quorum sensing” Using
MycoAlert Mycoplasma Detection Assay (Lonza) on the SpectraMax® L Micr
Next Generation Sequencing Method for Illumina TruSeq DNA Sample Prepa
Novel ProteoPrep® 20 Immunoaffinity Depletion Resin for Human Plasma
Optimizing the Labeling of Proteins
Purification of Genomic DNA from Saliva Using Oragene® Discover Collec
Qualitative and Quantitative Characterization of the Metabolome, Lipid
Quantitating Double-Stranded DNA with Quant-iT PicoGreen dsDNA Reagent
showing results 28 to 36 of 43
Study Demonstrates Protein-Measurement Technique’s Could Standardize Quantification of the Human Proteome
Novel method could alleviate bottleneck in bringing cancer biomarkers to the clinic and increase reproducibility of pre-clinical research.
Study Breaks Blood-Brain Barriers to Understanding Alzheimer’s
NIH-funded study suggests brain blood vessel cells may be therapeutic targets for Alzheimer’s disease.
UConn Chemist Discovers New Way to Stabilize Proteins
Discovery could lead to the development of stable vaccines and affordable artificial blood substitutes.
Key Protein Interactions Show Promise for Difficult Biomolecular Systems
Wyatt Technology publishes a new application note highlighting a study on the complex interactions between proteins and how they modulate the rotational direction of bacteria flagella.
Scleroderma May be Initiated by Cancer
Study show that mutation of a normal gene in a cancer can be the initiator of an autoimmune disease.
A*STAR Scientists Discover Novel Hormone Essential for Heart Development
This unusual discovery could aid cardiac repair and provide new therapies to common heart diseases and hypertension.
Prions, vCJD and the Immune System Relay
BBSRC is helping to shed new light on variant Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease.
Shark, Human Proteins are Surprisingly Similar
Despite widespread fascination with sharks, the world’s oldest ocean predators have long been a genetic mystery.
Structure of Key Pain-Related Protein Unveiled
In a technical tour de force, scientists have determined, at near-atomic resolution, the structure of a protein that plays a central role in the perception of pain and heat.
New Statistical Tools Being Developed for Mining Cancer Data
Team from Rice, BCM, UT Austin tackling big data variety.
Advertise On This Site
Terms & Conditions
©2013 Technology Networks
, all rights reserved.