All our patch clamp technology is automated, so all you need is a suspension of cells and the machine does the rest.
At Cape Breton University, we have a big advantage over larger institutions as we offer our students small class sizes. As a result of this, students in second, third and fourth year chemistry labs and courses have valuable, hands on experience with modern instrumentation.
A new study conducted at Rush University Medical Center has found that keeping active in older age may help to maintain memory and thinking skills and reduce the risk of dementia.
An interview with Dr. Kathyrn Cunningham, discussing the importance of epigenetics and overcoming the problems that arise when carrying out Chromatin Immunoprecipitation Sequencing (ChIP-seq) with low cell numbers.
Fluorescence is when a material takes the wavelength of light of one color and converts it into another color. For instance, it will absorb UV light, and then emit blue light.
An interview with Dr. Nicole Polinski and Dr. Elnaz Atabakhsh, discussing the importance of developing biomarkers for Parkinson’s and the partnership between MJFF and Abcam.
Researchers identify new therapeutic target in the fight against chronic liver diseases
County by county, researchers link opioid deaths to drugmakers’ marketing
Microrobots could one day deliver drugs inside the body
Maintaining an active lifestyle in older age could prevent dementia
Newly discovered regulatory mechanism helps control fat metabolism
Researchers identify new genes linked to development of age-related macular degeneration
Acute Flaccid Myelitis Causes and Diagnosis
Infrared Therapy versus LED Therapy
Sugar Substitutes: Types and Uses
A Comparison of the QUANTOM Tx™ Microbial Cell Counter with Other Bacterial Counters
The CELENA® S: Correcting Parfocality
Overcoming Challenges of Biotheraputics with Recombumin
Micromanipulation and Microinjection Techniques
Metabolic Changes in Aging Cells
How Should Antibodies be Stored?
The vast majority of pollution-related deaths are linked to fine particles less than 2.5 millionths of a metre (known as PM2.5).
Dr. Matthew Blakeley & Prof. Derek Logan, discuss Galectins, sugar-binding proteins, characterised by their binding to a specific carbohydrate, galactoside.
A gut-on-a-chip mimics the properties of the human gut and in our case those of coeliac disease patients. Using blood or urine we are able to derive induced pluripotent stem cells which in turn can be differentiated into intestinal epithelial cells.
Tim Strassmaier and James Constantin
Learn how patch clamp technology meets high-throughput to benefit ion channel research in this interview with Tim and James, Nanion.
In this interview, Judy MacInnis from Cape Breton university, explains the importance of giving students hands-on EPR experience during in their studies.
In this interview, AZoNetwork speaks to Knauer about the use of FPLC for purification of proteins and
how their products enable scientists to get the most of liquid chromatography; conducted by Matthew Rafferty
Building a Successful Email Campaign for a Scientific Audience
Using Webinars to Tell Science Stories – PART II
Reaching Scientists Through Newsletters
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