Full Length Active Gallery
FLAG, which stands for Full Length Active Gallery, means ACROBiosystems's multi-pass transmembrane proteins (TPs) technology platforms. A gallery of full-length multi-pass TPs with native conformation are available to facilitate the process of targeted drugs and therapies development.
Quick Tips: Targeting Area of Interest for Auto Exposure in Image Lab Touch Software
Learn how to improve your western blotting results with Bio-Rad’s Quick Tips video series. These 1–2 minute videos show you how to perfect each step of the western blotting process and were designed to accompany the in-depth curriculum available in the Western Blot Learning Center.
Energy Resilience Could Be Improved Thanks to Emerging Hydrogen Storage Technology
Scientists have assessed the cost competitiveness of metal-organic framework materials to store hydrogen for large-scale backup power applications.
Alternative Form of Therapy Effective at Reducing Depression Linked to Fibromyalgia
An alternative form of therapy called personal construct therapy has been shown to be equally as effective as cognitive behavioral therapy for reducing depressive symptoms associated with fibromyalgia.
How a Schizophrenia-Linked Gene Alters Brain Development
Research in zebrafish models has progressed the understanding of how the schizophrenia-linked YWHAZ gene can alter neurodevelopment.
Transmissible and Transferable Vaccines
What are transmissible and transferable vaccines? How can they be utilized to protect against zoonotic viruses? In this article, Demetria Dickinson explores key concepts and research advances in transmissible and transferable vaccines.
Cells Unlock Restrictions on Phenotypic Plasticity To Progress as Cancer
From a cell signaling perspective, phenotypic plasticity is important because it allows cells to take on a form that aids their invasive and metastatic abilities. In this article, we explore the topic in more detail.
Targeting Cancer Through Induced Viral Mimicry
Researchers from Sanford Burnham Prebys have been awarded two grants from the National Institutes of Health to study an emerging therapeutic strategy known as viral mimicry. Dr. Charles Spruck and colleagues are working to understand how a specific pathway silences endogenous retroviruses and retrotransposons selectively in breast cancer cells and whether this could expose a vulnerability that could be exploited.
Eight Ways To Make Your Lab More Sustainable
Download this guide to discover tips on avoiding single-use plastics, managing your cold storage and conserving water and energy.
Sample Quality Control for Nucleic Acid Analysis Workflows
Sample QC can help maximize research success in both next-generation sequencing (NGS) and biobanking applications. Sample quality metrics such as nucleic acid size, integrity and concentration can be used to rank DNA and RNA fragments from 1 to 10.
Pharmaceutical Standards Guide for UV-Vis Spectrophotometers
For UV-Visible spectrophotometers in regulated laboratories, performance verification (PV) at installation and at set intervals thereafter is needed, however, the selection of standards for use in PV testing can be challenging.
Your Guide to Luminex Multiplex Immunoassays
Multiplexing allows multiple biological target analytes to be simultaneously examined and quantified in a single sample. It’s a technique widely used by scientific researchers of all disciplines and provides many benefits including maximizing the use of limited samples whilst minimizing experimental variability.
5 Unique Ways Organ-on-a-Chip Technology Is Being Applied in Biomedical R&D
Download this listicle to explore how organ-on-a-chip systems are being used to research rejected therapeutics for autoimmune disorders, model diseases, screen drugs and assay toxicity, and discover antiviral therapeutics and prophylactics.
Five Ways Pharma Companies Can Keep Up With Demand
This listicle will explore five key risk factors pharmaceutical facilities need to understand, which they can then ultimately renovate to improve output.