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How to Scrutinize Your Glycosylated Proteins Without Using Glycosidases

You might have come across protein glycosylation before. Somewhere in the recesses of your memory you might even recall reading something about the protein you’re studying being glycosylated, but what does...
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Practical Secrets of the Bacterial World for the Uninitiated

As a protein biochemist where bacteria were mere work horses, imagine my surprise when I began work in a bonafide micro lab! I discovered that bacteria could be much fussier than my good ol’ cloning and...
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Tips for Handling Radioactive Materials in the Lab

Sometimes, you have to work with radioactive materials in the lab. If you happen to be one of those lucky individuals, it is important to take extra precautions in your work to ensure your safety, and good...
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Using ADMET to Move Forward from Drug Discovery to Development

Anyone who is remotely associated with any kind of drug development program knows how challenging the field is. Not only is the process complex and time consuming, but it also requires the concerted effort of...
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A Beginners Guide to Studying Exosomes

In this webinar you will learn: Biology of extracellular vesicle biogenesis and secretion. Extracellular vesicle composition and contents. Functional activity of extracellular...
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Choosing The Right Blood Collection Tubes

So you’re designing a project using human blood samples. Maybe you’re studying blood cells, maybe you’re after genetic material or circulating biomarkers. For many basic scientists, the process of getting...
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Techniques for Isolating Circulating Biomarkers

In this webinar you will learn: Which biomarker you want to isolate Which clinical biofluid or specimen is a good biomarker source A basic understanding of small non-coding RNAs, exosome, and...
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Microbiology 101 by Aunt Yersinia

We are pleased to announce that the famous maid of microbiology, dear old Aunt Yersinia, has agreed to start writing a microbiology and molecular biology advice column for Bitesize Bio. She will be free to...
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Benchside Matchmaking—Finding the Right Buffer for Your Experiment

Buffers are often taken for granted, but they can make or break an experiment.  In previous posts, we’ve talked about the wide ranges of buffers available for biological research and the characteristics of a...
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IDT’s newsletter provides an insight into the therapeutic use of RNAi

Integrated DNA Technologies (IDT), the world leader in oligonucleotide synthesis, has released the second issue of its educational and informative newsletter, Decoded. Available to download for free, the second...
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