High-Throughput Antibody Production Service
Sino Biological provides the most cost-effective solution for the rapid production of a large number of antibodies. In response to the rapidly increasing therapeutic needs, Sino Biological combines its expertise in gene synthesis, vector design and transient antibody expression technology to produce highly efficient antibodies in HEK293 and CHO cells in as fast as 2 weeks.
Maximize Your GC Uptime Through Modularity
Enjoy and learn how to deliver results consistently on-time and maximize the sample throughput leveraging the key benefits of a modular GC design. No more loss of instrument productive time for maintenance or troubleshooting with the Thermo ScientificTM TRACETM 1600 Series GC which offers unique advantages, helping laboratories to maximize their operational efficiency and optimize cost and investment.
Improved Solid Phase Extraction
Unlike traditional loose-packed Solid Phase Extraction (SPE) methods, Microlute CP SPE 96-well microplates and cartridges are based upon a solid interconnected network of evenly distributed pores combined with novel retentive media. This unique design enhances the flow-through of samples to maximise interactions between analytes and the solid phase to deliver unmatched reproducible SPE products that excel in terms of performance, cleanliness, and sensitivity.
Soil Expels Carbon When It's Tainted by Air Pollution
New research suggests that nitrogen released by gas-powered machines causes dry soil to let go of carbon and release it back into the atmosphere, where it can contribute to climate change.
Transplanted Human Brain Cells Respond to Visual Stimuli in Rat Brains
A new study by researchers at the University of Pennsylvania has found that human-derived brain organoids can integrate into the visual cortex of rat brains. After three months, the organoids demonstrate electrical responses to visual stimuli. The research is published in Cell Stem Cell.
Cancer Trigger May Resemble Gene Switch in Early Embryos
The molecular switch responsible for "turning on" genes in early embryos has been identified in new research, and many of the trigger suspects are cancer-associated genes.
The Future of Science: Humanity Takes a Front Seat
With the world of science rapidly evolving, and a new year beginning, we looked at the trends breaking through right now, asking experts: where is the world of science headed?
Next-Generation Sequencing in Precision Oncology: Detecting Minimal Residual Disease
The development of next-generation sequencing (NGS) has made the sequencing of patient tissues or tumors a realistic option and has allowed for the rapid development of personalized cancer treatments. This article explores how NGS is being used in precision oncology to detect minimal residual disease.
The Refractometer, How It Works and Role in the Food Industry
In this article, we discuss what a refractometer is and how it works, the different types available and their applications in the food industry.
CRISPR Yeast: Replacing the Need for Plant-Derived Metabolites
Plant-derived compounds are widely used across the pharmaceutical, cosmetics, food and agricultural industries. However, compared to other natural compounds, they often produce a lower yield of secondary metabolites.
Exploring Bioinformatics for Genomic and Transcriptomic Sequencing Data
Download this guide to discover what you need for whole genome sequencing analysis, what you need for RNA sequencing analysis and how to analyze each type of data.
High-Throughput Technologies in Biomedical Research
Download this listicle to learn more about high-throughput screening, mass spectrometry-based technologies, multiomics research and high-throughput drug screening.
Sequencing the Brain
Download this listicle to learn more about bulk tissue genomics and single-cell RNA-seq analysis of the mammalian brain and investigating cell type-specific changes in brain disorders