The Ins and Outs of Protein Concentration – Semi-permeable Membranes

This is the first of a three part series describing some of the most common methods for concentrating proteins. In later installments I'll discuss using protein precipitation and chromatography to concentrate a protein. However, […]

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So You Want to Work With Enzymes: What is an enzyme?

Bitesize Bio readers who have an interest in enzymology will hopefully remember my recent series on the Basics of Protein Phosphorylation. On the back of that series comes something which is, believe it or […]

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Super-Charge Your Skills and Career: New Web Seminars at Bitesize Bio

Our new webinar series has something for every biologist – take a look.

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You Shall Go To The Conference

So my PhD hasn’t been easy but whose has? And if it wasn’t for some supportive colleagues and some great advice I wouldn’t be where I am today, or where I was last year!  […]

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Mentoring Undergrads

The following situation might be familiar to you: your PI summons you to his/her office and asks if you are interested in mentoring an undergrad as part of the undergraduate research program. At this […]

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Friday's Staff Picks – Around the Blogs

It’s Friday and it’s “Around the Blogs” – some of our favourite staff picks. This week, it’s bed bugs and broccoli – why bed bugs are back in business, and mother was right -  it […]

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Eight Steps to a Well-Written Manuscript

You’ve done your research, you’ve got something important to share, and you’ve got the guidelines from the journal that you’re hoping will publish your results.  Your goal is to write #### words.  Before you […]

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Careers for Scientists – Editorial Manager

Looking for a new direction in your career? Well you’ve come to the right place. This is the first in our new series of articles that focus on careers for scientists.  We’ll be looking […]

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Eliminate the Growth Lag with Large E. coli Cultures

If you purify proteins expressed in E. coli, then you’re probably familiar with this scenario: you come in bright and early in the morning and inoculate your large flasks of media with the overnight […]

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New Year’s Resolutions for the Lab

The beginning of a new year is a great chance to make a fresh start in the lab Here are a few of my resolutions for the upcoming year: 1. I will faithfully update […]

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