Resolve Cancer With Single-Cell and Spatial Multiomics
Traditional approaches have enabled researchers to make great strides in understanding the complexities of cancer biology, and to translate ground-breaking discoveries into lifesaving cancer treatments and therapies. However, many unanswered questions remain, requiring increased scale and resolution to be addressed.
Antibody Detection for Cancer Research
Cancer cells predominantly evade the immune system in two ways – they prevent immune cells from detecting them and they deactivate immune responses prematurely. Download this eBook to discover an antibody multiplexing technique
Women in Science 2021
Download this eBook to read the full interviews from female scientists in honor of International Day of Women and Girls in Science 2021.
Deciphering the Immune Response to Viral Infection
The COVID-19 pandemic has revealed an urgent need to advance our understanding of viral biology, such as mechanisms of infection, transmission, and interaction with the immune system.
Choosing the Right Reagents for Your Coronavirus Immunoassay
Download this eBook to learn more about the diagnosis and treatment of COVID-19.
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.
Accelerate and Optimize Your Cell Line Development
Download this eBook to gain a further understanding of recombinant protein cell development, including the stages of the process and the importance of regulatory procedures.
Your Guide To Developing Antibody-Based Therapeutics Efficiently
Download this eBook to learn more about monoclonal antibody-based therapeutics and how they are being used to treat diseases, such as cancer and
Cell Engineering 101: The Complete Guide to CRISPR Knockouts
Download this eBook to further explore CRISPR and its role in the generation of knockout cell pools and knockout cell clones.
Vaccine and Virology Applications
Download this eBook to discover an alternative solution to traditional CPE assays for virology applications.