Cell Metabolism: A New Avenue in Drug Discovery
Dysfunctional metabolism is associated with a growing number of different disease states. The ability to examine the genes, proteins and pathways that modulate energy metabolism is therefore a promising new avenue for drug discovery.
Women in Science 2023
Download this eBook to read interviews with female scientists to learn about their experiences and hear advice for forging a career in STEMM.
Advancing Cancer Research With Genetic Analysis Tools
Download this eBook to explore how these new technologies have enabled some of the most recent discoveries in areas such as molecular mechanisms of cancer, cancer biomarkers as well as vaccines and therapeutics to tackle cancer.
Accelerate Your Research and Improve Reliability With MS Imaging
Mass spectrometry (MS) imaging is a powerful tool that enables untargeted investigations into the spatial distribution of molecular species in a variety of samples. Researchers require fast, high-precision MS imaging technology to keep pace with research demands.
Integrative Structural Biology: High Precision 3D Analysis from Structure to Function
Download this eBook to learn how advances in mass spectrometry techniques in combination with cryo-electron microscopy and other structural tools is revolutionizing the understanding of protein structure, function and dynamics.
Download this eBook to discover the different types of autophagy and its regulation, as well as recent advances and innovative immunoassay solutions for autophagy research.
Women in Science 2022
In honor of International Day of Women and Girls in Science 2022, we interviewed female scientists working across numerous fields, to learn about their experiences and hear words of wisdom gathered during their careers.
Best of 2021
Download this eBook to explore a collection of news, articles, interviews and infographics published in 2021, handpicked by the publication’s editorial team.
Looking Deeper: Imaging and Analysis of Advanced 3D Cellular Models
By recreating many of the cell-cell and cell-matrix interactions found in native tissues, spheroids and organoids provide more physiologically accurate models of disease and development than traditional 2D cultures.
Download this eBook to learn more about the history and background of the Raman effect, how to solve potential problems and its future developments.