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Basic methods for immunohistochemistry

In this webinar, I will cover basic immunohistochemistry methods and techniques, including fluorescent imaging and detection for single and multiple proteins. I will also look at ‘Sandwich Methods’ such as PAP, APPAP and other […]

You want to do histology? Here are the options!

 In this webinar I will go back to basics and show you how to decide what you require from your histological preparation. I will describe the techniques I use in the facility, the equipment […]

6 Tips for Boosting Your Lab’s Productivity

Links to Resources mentioned in this webinar   HHMI PIs Handbook McKinsey’s Report 6 Tips for Boosting Your Lab’s Productivity Despite dwindling funding, scientists must find a way to maintain output of scientific publications. […]

qPCR Assay Design 101

Links to Resources mentioned in this webinar Real Time Design: real time qPCR probe design application from Biosearch Technologies Real time PCR probe animation video BHQ Dye Selection Chart Webinar Abstract Good probe and […]

How to Prepare Poster Presentations that Rock

Scientists strive to publish their work to share with the world with the hope that their research will contribute to humanity’s body of scientific knowledge. One means of publication is the poster presentation.   […]

How does science fare in the online space?

With the decreases in the general public’s knowledge of science and increasingly polarized discussions in online channels like Twitter and Facebook, where does science fall and what should scientists be paying attention to? Monsanto […]

Opening a New Lab

In this webinar, we’ll share our checklist to use as you transition into your new laboratory. We’ll also discuss ideas including tips for:   – Ordering equipment and supplies – Hiring staff and students – Managing startup […]

Running Your Lab in the Digital Era

It does not matter if you’re a grad student, postdoc, PI or lab manager – if you’re a researcher you know dealing with experimental data, specimens, protocols and more is never an easy task. We’re scientists, […]

Optimizing ChIP for Reproducibility

Chromatin Immunoprecipitation (ChIP) is a powerful technique for evaluating the interactions of proteins with specific regions of genomic DNA, helping to better understand the mechanisms such as, gene regulation, DNA replication, repair and recombination, […]

Metagenomics and Type I Diabetes: application to the TEDDY (The Environmental Determinants of Diabetes in the Young) Study

For decades, investigators have considered type 1 diabetes (T1D) a disease whose development was influenced in large part by the environment. While many environmental influences have been posited for their putative association with the […]

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