Introducing Scientifically Speaking - A Microplate Instrumentation Blog by BioTek Scientists
News Jul 16, 2009
BioTek Instruments has long been a global authority on microplate instrumentation, and now they’re reaching out to the online community through their new blog, Scientifically Speaking. Managed by BioTek’s scientists, the blog will provide.
• General expertise
• Tips & tricks
• Application information
• Demonstrative videos
• Relevant articles
• Q&A forums
“We’re always looking for ways to offer our expertise and help microplate instrumentation users. In return, these users help us to stay abreast with market developments so that we can anticipate and respond quickly to new needs,” commented Peter Banks, Scientific Director at BioTek.
“Scientifically Speaking helps to build this dialog, and it should appeal to a wide audience – from the very technical user to a novice.”
Researchers in life science or drug discovery, or anyone using microplate instrumentation, are invited to browse through the blog’s current content.
Researchers Awarded $28M for Illuminating Druggable Genome NIH GrantsNews
Researchers receive grants as part of the NIH program focused on experimental and informatics approaches to characterize understudied proteins from three gene families: ion channels, G protein-coupled receptors (GPCRs), and protein kinases.READ MORE
PhoreMost Completes $15M (£11M) Series-A Round to Enter Drug DiscoveryNews
Investment to fund expansion of operations and progression of drug target pipeline.READ MORE
Targeting a Leaky Protein that Causes ParalysisNews
A rare genetic disorder in which people are overcome suddenly with profound muscle weakness is caused by a hole in a membrane protein that allows sodium ions to leak across cell membranes. Compounds containing a chemical group called guanidinium can block the pore created by the mutation and stop the sodium leak without altering the voltage sensor’s ability to function.READ MORE
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