Automating Your 3D Cell Cultures
The use of organoids, self-organized three-dimensional (3D) assemblies of cells, as research tools has become more common due to their ability to better recapitulate human disease compared to more traditional models.
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.
Binding Kinetics in Drug Discovery
Binding kinetic research is both beneficial and critical for successful drug discovery research. In this eBook, we delve into the role of binding kinetics in pharmacology, methods for measuring kinetic parameters, and applications.
Demystifying Single-Cell Sequencing
Every field of biology has a moonshot vision. Whether that be identifying a new cell type in a poorly characterized tissue, finding a lasting, effective drug target for Alzheimer’s disease or reaching 100% remission rates for immunotherapy across patients and cancer types.
The Scientific Observer Issue 06 September 2021
Download this month's issue of The Scientific Observer to learn more about heavy metals being discovered in baby food, why the pandemic will end — but not soon and the inspiring life story of scientist and mountaineer Dr. Arlene Blum.
Equipment Monitoring – Ensuring Security, Efficiency and Compliance
Ultimately, good quality results rely on lab equipment being efficient at what they do but with constant developments of new technologies, changing regulations and standards, it’s often overwhelming to keep pace.
Expanding the Capabilities of Benchtop Flow Cytometry
Download this eBook to learn how modern flow cytometers are advances enabling advances in fields such as molecular biology, immunology, environmental science and pathology.
Rapid Mycoplasma Testing Method for Lot-Release of Biotherapeutics
Mycoplasma contamination of manufacturing cell cultures is rare, but presents a threat for biologics manufacturers. Traditionally, testing was done using a culture-based, 28-day mycoplasma test. More recently, PCR-based alternatives have evolved, driven by an industry move to shorten lot disposition cycles and the emergence of cell-based therapeutics that require a more rapid test.
Making Single-Cell Proteomics Mainstream: Perspectives from Key Opinion Leaders
Download this eBook to explore the new perspectives on single-cell analysis.
The Scientific Observer Issue 05 August 2021
In this month's issue of The Scientific Observer we explore cancer throughout the animal kingdom, mental health and illness in higher education, the ancient power of microalgae and much more.