Reliable Results from Cell-Based Bioassays
While common laboratory plastics are generally regarded as inert by researchers, some commonly used products such as pipette tips and sample tubes have been reported to leach chemical compounds including oleamide, erucamide and DiHEMDA.
Water Maze Testing and Alzheimer's Research
Alzheimer’s disease (AD) is the most common form of dementia, and it is also one of the most common neurodegenerative diseases. AD comes with memory impairments, and as a result many of the neurobehavioral studies done on AD involve the water maze test.
The Potential of Psychedelic Medicine to Transform Mental Health Treatment
Learn about the focus of current psychedelic research efforts and where the most promising progress is being made in this exciting area of drug discovery and development.
Controlled and Regulated Chemicals: Ensuring Compliance in Research and Manufacturing
Any industry that handles large amounts of chemicals needs to be able to correctly identify and handle both controlled and regulated substances. Access this whitepaper to discover how compliance checking via chemical structure can help with checking the regulation and control of chemicals.
Efficient Collaboration Can Help Address the Reproducibility Crisis
Download this whitepaper to discover how efficient, digitized collaboration can help to address the reproducibility crisis
Neurodegenerative Diseases and Neuroinflammation Pathways
Download this guide to find out more about neurodegenerative disorders, including the molecular pathways involved.
Data Integrity in the Analytical Lab
Assurance of data integrity is increasingly difficult for bioanalytical laboratories. This whitepaper discusses the issues of and procedures for maintaining data integrity.
A Look at How a New B-27 Plus Formulation Improves Primary Neuron Survival and Neural Network Activity
Want to improve the reliability of your neuronal cell culture experiments by increasing survival of the neurons?
The quest for understanding membrane dynamics or why electrical stimulation and high-pressure freezing can be the way to visualize synaptic function.
Visual Stimulation of Retinal Explants on a Standard Multiphoton Microscope.
A comprehensive description of how to incorporate visual stimulation of the retina with a multiphoton microscope