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A Fusion of Proteomic Practices: The Indisputable Complementarity of "Bottom-Up" and "Top-Down" Approaches
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In this article, we explore the two principal tracks that are used to identify and characterize proteins by mass spectrometry – "bottom-up" and "top-down" proteomics.

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What Are the Benefits of Cloud Technology for Life Science Firms?
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The inescapable fact for modern businesses is that data is now the backbone of every organisation. In this article, IDBS's Abhay Kini discusses how cloud technology helping life science firms with data reproducibility, sharing, collation and storage across drug development.

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What Is ADME?
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ADME is the abbreviation for Absorption, Distribution, Metabolism and Excretion. ADME studies are designed to investigate how a chemical (e.g. a drug compound) is processed by a living organism. Toxicology tests are often a part of this process, yielding the acronym ADMET.

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Robert Rescorla: A Legacy to Learning
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Professor Robert Rescorla, who passed away in March, left an enduring mark on the field of behavioral psychology. Part of that contribution is through the influence of the Rescorla-Wagner model, which revolutionized how psychologists codify learning. In this article, psychologist Liam Myles reviews the model's impact.

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The Power of Mass Spectrometry in Biopharmaceutical Development
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With the rapid growth of the biopharmaceutical field has come increasing demand for powerful and versatile techniques for their characterization – mass spectrometry, step forward.

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Antibody vs Antigen Testing for COVID-19
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Testing has become a vital part of the response to the COVID-19 pandemic. In addition to the gold standard PCR tests used to detect currently infected individuals, a number of alternative antigen and antibody tests are also in development. In this article, we take a look at the differences between these tests and what they can tell us.

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Reducing the Environmental Footprint of Your Home and Laboratory
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Both at home and in the lab, inefficiency in energy and utility usage dramatically increase our environmental footprint. In this article we take a look at some of the inefficiencies that are harming the environment and ways in which they can be minimized.

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Remdesivir for COVID-19 – Exploring Different Formulations, At-Risk Populations and Clinical Progress
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The US Food and Drug Administration recently approved Gilead’s request to conduct clinical trials to investigate the use of an inhaled formulation of remdesivir as a treatment for COVID-19. In light of this announcement, we take a closer look at remdesivir, the clinical research that has been conducted so far, and the future trials Gilead has planned in relation to COVID-19.

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Addressing the Reproducibility Crisis, One Step at a Time
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Delivering reproducible scientific findings is key to ensuring the credibility of scientific research, but the vast majority of researchers believe we are in the midst of a "reproducibility crisis". What can be done to tackle it?

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STREAM: Six Strategies That Can Help Your Mental Health During Coronavirus Isolation
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One in four people on earth are currently in lockdown related to the spread of the novel coronavirus SARS-CoV-2. In this article, we look at some expert advice at how to cope with the impacts of this isolation on your mental health.

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