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A Brief History of CRISPR-Cas9 Genome-Editing Tools

Learn how the CRISPR prokaryote immune response systems were first discovered and the development of the CRISPR-Cas9 gene-editing tool.

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What Is a Cq (Ct) Value?

Don’t be confused by Ct values! We’ll guide you through what they are, how to calculate them, and troubleshooting issues.

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The Essential Guide to In-Cell Westerns

In-cell Westerns are a powerful technique that has enhanced how researchers analyze protein expression levels and signaling pathways within fixed cells. Learn about their primary advantages, applications, and some of the best tech and products to perform them.

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What is the H-index, and Does it Matter?

How do you measure how good you are as a scientist? One way is the h-index. Discover what this is, and learn about the pros and cons of using it to assess your scientific career.

A Short History of Cell Biology

A Short History of Cell Biology

Our journey to understanding that single cells are the fundamental units of life traces back to groundbreaking scientific milestones, such as the invention of the microscope, which revealed individual cells, and advancements like the discovery of fluorescent proteins and electron microscopes that have enriched our insights into the intricate structure and function of cells. Dive into a short history of cell biology.

Choosing The Right Blood Collection Tubes

Choosing The Right Blood Collection Tubes

Selecting the right blood collection tubes for your experiment is crucial. But do you know what tubes to use for which type of blood sample? Read on to find the answers.

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What is Volume Electron Microscopy and Should You Use it?

By Thomas Warwick

The emergence of Volume Electron Microscopy (vEM) has unlocked new possibilities in biological imaging, enabling us to visualize 3D structures of cells at high resolution. Learn more about this incredible technique in our latest article.

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CRISPR Unedited

Join Dr Antony Adamson as he chats with CRISPR researchers from around the world.

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Curated help and advice from experienced researchers.

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