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Detecting Post-Translational Modifications

A quick start guide to methods of assessing protein post-translational modifications

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How to Share Your Journal Articles Legally

Sharing research articles legally isn’t always straightforward, even when you are the author. Find out why sharing your article could put you in a sticky situation and how to avoid it!

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Preparing Metaphase Spreads: The Breakdown on Broken-Down Cells

A quick look at the first steps of metaphase spreads – the break down on breaking down your cells and the factors to keep in mind.

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A-Z of Post-Translational Modifications

You might know the most common post-translational modifications, but there are many more than just phosphorylation and ubiquitination – come and test your knowledge!

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Synthetic Peptides and Their Uses: Part 1

Are you studying a small peptide or protein? Learn whether using synthetic peptides can save you hours of transfection, protein expression, and purification.

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An Experimental Toolkit for Measuring Autophagic Flux

How good is your cell at recycling? In this guide, we explain what autophagic flux is, why you need to study it, and methods to get you started.

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