PrismA ELISA Kit. The Only Commercial ELISA Kit Specifically Designed for Use With MabSelect PrismA™ Resins.
The PrismA ELISA kit is an enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay designed to measure residual ligand leakage when using MabSelect PrismA™ chromatography resin and Fibro™ PrismA chromatography adsorbers. PrismA ELISA kit is the only commercial kit specifically designed for use with MabSelect PrismA™ resins and Fibro™ PrismA adsorbers.
Natural Killer Cells and Viruses: A Game of Chess Played Over Millenia
In this webinar, our expert speaker Dr. Ceri Fielding, from the division of infection and immunity at Cardiff University, will discuss the need to understand how viruses interact with NK cells during the development of novel antiviral therapies.
Model Shows How Bacterial Chatterboxes Communicate
A mathematical model has been created explaining how bacteria communicate within a larger ecosystem. By understanding how this process works, researchers can predict what actions may elicit certain environmental responses from a bacterial community.
Gut Microbiome May Play a Pivotal Role in Endometriosis Progression
Evidence suggests that the microbiome is altered in women with endometriosis and researchers discovered that an altered gut microbiome plays a pivotal role in endometriosis disease progression in an animal model.
Light Shed on Process That Leads Bacteria To Switch From Coxistence to Killers
According to research, marine bacteria can undergo a lifestyle switch from coexistence to pathogenicity, where they kill their phytoplankton hosts.
Study Reveals How Self-Reactive T Cells Are Held in Check By Regulatory T Cells
New research findings show in detail how self-reactive T cells – white blood cells that mistakenly attack healthy instead of infected cells, thereby causing an autoimmune or an inflammatory response – are held in check by regulatory T cells.
Cell Culture – Good Practice and Advanced Methods
This article will explore the importance of cell culture quality control and highlight recent developments in this area.
An Introduction to Organoids, Organoid Creation, Culture and Applications
Organoids have revolutionized biological and medical research and proven to be excellent substitutes for animal models in preclinical studies. Here, we discuss what organoids are and how they have been developed over the years to become popular research tools.
Molecular Science and Art With Professor David Goodsell
Technology Networks interviews renowned structural biologist-turned molecular artist, Professor David Goodsell.
Single Cell Buyer’s Guide
Cell heterogeneity is a key contributor to biological complexity that is often masked by bulk techniques, like RNA sequencing or microarray analysis.
Tips for Improving Your qPCR
Download this guide to learn how you can improve your qPCR reagents, sample/template and quality control.
Cryogenically Storing Animal Cell Cultures
Maintaining the health of growing cell cultures is a demanding task made more difficult by the perpetual risk of loss through accidents or contamination. In addition, actively growing cell cultures are subject to age-related or environmentally-induced changes which can result in their ongoing evolution and potential loss.
Life Savers – A Brief History of Vaccines
Download this listicle to explore the early days of vaccination, how vaccine production leapt forward, and a new era in vaccines and future challenges.
Applications of Mass Spectrometry
Download this listicle to explore the many applications of mass spectrometry including pharmaceutical analysis, omics, clinical diagnostics and microbiological testing.