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.
High-Throughput Protein Quantitation for Process Optimization
Scientists at Pall Life Science assessed the relative merits of Protein A HPLC and Protein A biolayer interferometry (BLI) to determine concentrations of monoclonal antibodies (mAb) in a complex feedstock. The results illustrated that the Octet® BLI system provides a fast, accurate and economical means of quantifying mAbs, and decreases process development efforts.
Honey Analysis Provides Insights on Honeybee Health
DNA analysis of honey allowed bee diet variability across the year to be monitored, revealing bee microbiota in a non-invasive way, as well as identifying pathogenic species they are confronted by.
T Cell Creates Two Genetically Identical, but Functionally Different, Daughter Cells
Researchers have explained how a CD8+ T cell can have two functionally distinct daughter cells after it divides, despite the cells being genetically identical.
Light Shed on Disease Processes of Crimean-Congo Hemorrhagic Fever
According to research, natural immune responses in mice contribute to disease severity in those infected with Crimean-Congo hemorrhagic fever virus.
Targeting Toxin Release To Treat Lethal Bacterial Infection
Researchers have discovered that Clostridium septicum rapidly kills cells by releasing a toxin that punches holes in the surface of the cell. This induces an immune response that can lead to sepsis and shock. The team is now exploring whether it's possible to develop drugs to neutralize the toxin to treat the infection.
Re-Educating the Immune Response To Treat Type 1 Diabetes
CAR T-cell therapy is largely used to treat cancers, but here we explore how Dr. Leonardo Ferreira and his team are using CAR T-cell therapy to treat Type 1 diabetes.
Teach Me in 10 Industry
Our Teach Me in 10 episodes are either technology, product or service focused. We invite you to explore the further reading and resources provided in the video description if you want to learn more about the content shared in the video – it's as easy as that.
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.
When Art Meets Science, and Bodies Visualize Antibodies
Inspired by recent research from the laboratory of Albert Heck (Hecklab) at Utrecht University, a unique collaboration emerged with video artists from Sensu and performers from the Aerialettes. This artist impression visualizes how antibodies to combat diseases can be found in our own bodies.
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.
Utilizing Synthetic Biology To Help You Scale and Expedite Discovery
Download this guide to discover a comprehensive set of tools and solutions for target optimization and target interaction analysis, genome editing–knock-in genes as well as CAR T cell receptors plus RNA vaccine templates.
Tried and True ‒ German-Engineered Cell Strainers are Bringing Research Further
Publishable results in cell-based research are only as reliable as their preparation. Something as small as the cell strainer used in an experiment can make a difference in the quality and success of results and their credibility for publication.
Recent Developments in Proteomics Research
Here, we take a closer look at some recent developments in the world of proteomics research.