Scientists have created a method that resolves two major problems in synthetic protein engineering. The method prevents a gene that encodes a synthetic protein from spreading into the wild and stabilizes it so that it cannot mutate and lose its function.
What is Recombinant Mapping?
Metabolomic Profiling of Ricin
Spin Labels in Electron Spin Resonance (ESR) Spectroscopy
2D NMR Spectroscopy: Fundamentals, Methods and Applications
Does the Microbiome Interact with the Human Endocrine System?
What is the Role of Vascular Endothelial Growth Factor?
Pittcon Accepting Applications for 2020 Pittsburgh Conference Memorial National College Grants
Short course webinar: Analytical data treatment using the Excel Analysis ToolPak
'Kissing loops' in lncRNA essential for tumor suppressor function
The Francis Crick Institute, Making Lab
New method prevents the release of synthetic DNA from genetically modified cells
Research team discovers gene critical for human eye, brain and limb development
Rancimat Method for the Oxidation Stability of Fats and Oils
Automatic Potentiometric Titration for the Fabrication of Plastics
Seven Important Parameters for Analysis of Edible Oils and Fats
Using Ion Selective Electrode for the Determination of Ammonium
Quantification and Detection of Phospholipids
Identifying Biomarkers for Guillain–Barré Syndrome
Dr. Christoph Jansen
There have been clear statements from regulatory bodies that have increased the pressure on pharmaceutical companies to go electronic with their records and ensure a high level of data integrity in all areas of the pharmaceutical industry.
Until recently, cells were typically counted on a reusable quartz hemocytometer. With the advent of automated cell counters 12-15 years ago, disposable slides became widespread.
Digital pathology is the viewing, analyzing, and managing of digitalized pathology slides with computer technology called whole slide imaging, or WSI, which generates a tremendous volume of data. A single whole slide image can be a gigabyte or larger in size.