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Celebrating canSAR: The Largest Public Cancer Drug Discovery Resource in the World

Since its release in 2011, canSAR has become the largest, public, cancer drug discovery resource in the world. It brings together billions of pieces of experimental data across disciplines – biology, chemistry, pharmacology, structural biology, cell biology – with clinical insights.
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Lyo-Stable Lyophilization Services

Our Lyo-Stable stabilization service locks in performance, enabling room temperature shipping and storage. Our patented lyophilization technology stabilizes individual proteins, reagents and complete multiplex assays, by providing a molecular environment that protects against conformational changes in protein structure.
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Applications of Single-Cell Sequencing

Over recent years, single-cell sequencing has become a method ubiquitously used across several different areas of biological research. Why have so many researchers so rapidly adopted this relatively novel set of techniques and how can they be applied?
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Structural Biology Goes Viral With Dr Albert Konijnenberg

What can integrative structural biology bring to viral research? That is the topic explored in this week's Teach Me in 10 at Technology Networks, featuring Dr Albert Konijnenberg.
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Immunofluorescence Guide

Download this guide to discover how to select the most appropriate labelling and detection strategy for your research as well as mounting media options and a variety of accessory reagents.
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Best of 2020

Download this eBook to find out more about the latest research in genetic engineering, structural biology, and other picks from Technology Networks.
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Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy and Gene Therapy

The most common form of muscular dystrophy is called Duchenne. The disease is caused by a faulty gene that interferes with how muscle cells produce a protein called dystrophin. It’s part of a vital protein complex that works to strengthen and protect muscle fibers.
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Structural Biology

This infographic explores what structural biologists look at, the techniques used to solve macromolecular structures and the information that structural biology can tell us.
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Unlocking the Protein Structure of Coronavirus

The novel coronavirus sweeping the globe packs 27 proteins, each adopting a unique, often incredibly complex 3D structure. Each protein is part of the molecular toolkit that the virus uses to infect, replicate, and spread. Understanding the proteins' structures provides a blueprint for drug designs.
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Mass Spectrometry in Structural Biology

Structural biology combines molecular biology, biochemistry and biophysics. It is concerned with the study of the molecular structure and dynamics of biomolecules, information that can be extremely useful in fields such as medicine. Download this infographic to learn more about the structural biology research field and the use of cross-linking mass spectrometry in this space.
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