Can bones tell us about drug use? How Boston U.. tests solid samples | Behind the Science S3 Ep4Video
Jen visits with Sabra Botch-Jones, an assistant professor at Boston University School of Medicine's Biomedical Forensic Sciences department at their outdoor decompositional facility to learn how they test skeletal remains for drugs.
How to Capture Images with Invitrogen iBright Imaging SystemsVideo
Capture images and analyze data from your western blots and gels efficiently and easily using the Invitrogen iBright Imaging Systems.
PromethION in action, in labs around the worldVideo
The PromethION is Oxford Nanopore Technologies' largest sequencing device, capable of delivering many terabases of data, in real time, from a single run. Hear how teams across a broad range of applications, based in labs all over the world — US (UCSF, UCD, JCVI and UCSC), China (GrandOmics and Biomarker) and Europe (KeyGene, Genescope and UMC Utrecht) — are using PromethION in their work.
Key concepts discussed in this webinar included: - Ramifications of recent FDA in vitro DDI guidance changes to transporter study designs - Challenges from diverse compounds in otherwise straightforward assays - Solutions to problems associated with specific compound characteristics - Case studies of problematic observations or data and the creative methods of troubleshooting appliedWatch Now
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Electrophoretic Light Scattering (ELS) is a technique used to measure the electrophoretic mobility of particles or molecules in solution. This measurement is used to determine Zeta potential, which is a measure of the electrostatic or charge repulsion/attraction between particles and is a predictor of emulsion and dispersion stability.Watch Now
Columns specified in USP monographs are usually designated by an “L” classification; for example, L-1 refers to columns bonded with a C18 functional group. Many scientists expect equivalent retention and selectivity from columns with the same L designation. In this episode of Trust Your Science, we evaluate a number of C18 columns under identical conditions, to either prove or disprove if these columns are truly equivalent.Watch Now