Tina Stoschek and Marcus Gerlach discuss maximizing mAb generation using lab-scale clarification of cell cultures expressing recombinant antibodies.
An interview with Simon Karger and Alex Joseph, discussing Leap; a miniature camera that will allow surgeons to take a digital view inside live veins and arteries for the first time.
British researchers are genetically engineering flu-resistant chickens in an effort to prevent the next deadly human flu pandemic. The first of the gene-edited chicks will hatch later this year at the University of Edinburgh’s Roslin Institute.
Erasing memories that link environmental cues to drug use could represent a potential new treatment for drug addiction, according to researchers at the University of Pittsburgh.
By focusing on the epigenetic changes that influence gene expression, scientists have managed to reduce memory loss and improve cognitive function in a mouse model of Alzheimer’s disease.
A UK survey of more than 2,000 young women has shown that many delay or avoid having a smear test due to feeling scared, vulnerable, embarrassed or not being in control.
Old oligodendrocytes can repair damage in the brains of patients with multiple sclerosis
Researchers design interleukin protein to balance overshooting immune response
Unplanned C-sections put new mothers at greater risk of developing postnatal depression
£20 million research hub could improve health, life prospects of African youth
NUS researchers make muscle recovery easier for patients with ingenious medical device
Clinical testing begins for temperature-stable experimental tuberculosis vaccine
Role of the Spleen in Drug Metabolism
Orthostatic Hypotension Symptoms and Causes
What is Drug Desensitization?
How to Bulk Test Solid Dose Tablets
The Link Between Success and the Pharmaceutical Industry
Using a Texture Analyzer to Evaluate Extrusion Force in BioScience
How to Write a Scientific Abstract
Antigen Retrieval: Methods, Tips and Techniques
Potential Contaminants in CBD and THC Oils
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.
Tina Stoschek & Dr Marcus Gerlach
Simon Karger & Alex Joseph
An interview with Cambridge Consultants, discussing Leap; a miniature camera that provides a digital view of live veins and arteries.
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.
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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