Choosing the Right Cell Line
Download this infographic to explore some of the key questions to consider when making your choice of cell line and the importance of choosing the right cell line.
Uncover the Full Complexity of Infectious Disease
Connect your infectious disease research questions with the right tools that will help you gain a holistic understanding of the diseases you are investigating and reveal deep insights into virology and human immunity.
Introducing the Antibody
Antibodies are a vital part of the immune system, playing a key role in our ability to fight infection and in the efficacy of vaccinations. However, that’s not where their utility ends. Find out about what antibodies are, where they come from, how they function and how science is putting them to work in the laboratory.
SARS-CoV-2 Detection Methods
The development of reliable and robust tests, capable of detecting active or previous infection with SARS-CoV-2, is essential for the effective diagnosis, tracking and treatment of COVID-19. In this infographic, we take a closer look at different testing methods.
Assessing Cell Health and Viability Using Advanced Flow Cytometry
Download this infographic to learn how advanced flow cytometry can be used to enhance research into cell health and viability.
SARS-CoV-2 Antigens and Antibodies
In this infographic, we take a closer look at human coronaviruses, the structure of SARS-CoV-2, efforts to therapeutically exploit viral antigens and highlight different diagnostic methods for COVID-19.
Evaluating Viral Pathogens Across the Entire Host–Pathogen Life Cycle
Download this infographic to discover more about the host-pathogen cycle and the role of live-cell analysis and flow cytometry in virology.
This infographic explores what structural biologists look at, the techniques used to solve macromolecular structures and the information that structural biology can tell us.
Repurposing Drugs for COVID-19 Using High-Throughput Screening
Learn how researchers use high-throughput screening (HTS) to determine whether existing drugs can be repurposed as possible treatments for COVID-19.
A worrying and growing number of microbes are no longer thwarted by treatments as they are acquiring resistance. Scientists are consequently having to seek new drugs and strategies to tackle these rogue microbes.