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Incorporating New Dyes to Simplify Panel Design: Accelerating Reagent Availability

In this webinar you will learn how custom reagents can aid you in flow cytometry panel design—without long waits for generating these components. We will cover: How quality custom reagents in small sizes will make your panel design easier How you can receive these reagents fast and without traditional wait times for manufacturing How you […]

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In Cells and Model Organisms, Flow Cytometry, Protein Expression & Analysis 28th of September, 2016 Presented by: Jurg Rohrer
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Ensure Reproducibility: Control for Lot-to-Lot Variation of Antibodies

When starting a long-term experiment, you need to take a lot of things into consideration (availability of cells, reagents, planning time points), but do you ever think about your antibodies? If you buy an antibody from a manufacturer, run out half way through the study, and buy the same antibody again, have you thought about […]

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In BD Biosciences, Flow Cytometry 22nd of July, 2016
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BD OptiBuild™ Custom Reagents are Unlocking Science with New Antibody and Dye Combinations

The need for multicolor flow cytometry is increasing all the time. We want to look at more markers, in smaller samples, perform quicker acquisition, have simpler post-acquisition analysis and, oh wait, can we please just add in yet another color? Sometimes it’s not that easy, since not all the reagents in your panel are available […]

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In BD Biosciences, Flow Cytometry 22nd of July, 2016
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11 Reasons Why You Should Use Recombinant Antibodies (rAbs)

Monoclonal antibodies: You’ve probably heard a lot about them. Unsurprisingly, you may have also used them in your research. These antibodies (mAbs) are classically produced by the hybridoma technology pioneered by Köhler and Milstein in 19751: A mouse is immunized with the substance against which you need to produce an antibody. The mouse spleen cells (consisting […]

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How Good Is Your Best Friend? A.K.A. Have You Validated Your Antibody?

You use your antibody frequently, maybe even every day. You use your antibody in your Western blots, immunohistochemistry, FACS, ELISA, and pull downs. You’d be lost without it. But how well do you really know your antibody? Are you sure that it detects what you think it detects? If your answer is “dunno” or “not […]

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In Protein Expression & Analysis 5th of February, 2015
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Antibodies 101: Every Body Needs an Anti-Body!

Antibodies are one of the most important tools in molecular biology. Basic researchers use antibodies to  identify, locate, isolate and quantify specific proteins.  Clinical researchers use antibodies to target a specific drug (such as a chemotherapeutic agent) to a particular cell.  Because of the cell specificity provided by the antibody, a higher amount of antibody […]

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In Protein Expression & Analysis 2nd of October, 2014