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MicroCal PEAQ DSC for the Regulated Environment
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A brief introduction to the MicroCal PEAQ-DSC systems and their use in the biopharmaceutical industry and the regulated environment.


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MicroCal PEAQ-DSC - The Gold Standard for protein stability characterization
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This video describes the advantages of using MicroCal Differential Scanning Calorimetry (DSC) for protein stability characterization in comparison with other analysis techniques.

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Modelling A Chronic Pain Condition In A Dish
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Anja Nitzsche, Pfizer, Neuroscience and Pain Research Unit, UK, speaking at Stem Cells in Drug Discovery 2016.

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Continuous Live Cell Analysis at Sygnature Discovery
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IncuCyte® ZOOM offers plate-based continuous cell imaging within a controlled tissue-culture environment, allowing real time quantitative live-cell, non-invasive analysis.

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PI3K - Akt Upstream Signaling from Cell Signaling Technology, Inc.
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This presentation discusses the details of upstream signaling involved in Akt activation.

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Deciphering the Molecular Pathology of Alzheimer’s Disease
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In this webinar the speaker will discuss the use of Alzheimer’s disease transgenic mouse models to evaluate pathological features by both traditional immunohistochemistry and new tissue processing methods that enable whole- brain imaging.

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Four stories about the brain - Paget Lecture 2015
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Professor Colin Blakemore tells four stories about the brain in this 2015 Paget lecture

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Brain Slice Electrophysiology
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This protocol describes the preparation of hippocampal slice and electrophysiology recording.

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The Promise of Chimeric Organisms
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Salk scientists advance stem-cell and genome-editing technologies to help researchers study evolution and disease, test therapeutic drugs and possibly grow transplantable organs.

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Scientists at The University of Manchester have produced the most tightly knotted physical structure ever known – a scientific achievement which has the potential to create a new generation of advanced materials.

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