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How SDS-PAGE Works

Knowing how SDS-PAGE works means that you can troubleshoot any issues in your experiment and tweak the setup to get publication-worthy figures. Find out how it works here.

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Getting Started with Immunohistochemistry

Immunohistochemistry isn’t just a useful clinical tool, it also has great applications as a basic research tool. We’ll walk you through the immunohistochemistry basics to get you off to a flying start.

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Automating IHC and RNAscope® ISH for academic research: Insights from equine arteritis virus and COVID-19

Automating IHC and RNAscope® ISH for academic research: Insights from equine arteritis virus and COVID-19 Available On Demand Speaker Dr. Mariano Carossino DVM, PhD, Dipl. ACVM Assistant Professor (appointed) Department of Pathobiological Sciences & Louisiana Animal Disease Diagnostic LaboratoryLouisiana State University, School of Veterinary Medicine Dr. Mariano Carossino is an Assistant Professor at the Louisiana…

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See The Hidden: Artificial Intelligence in Microscopy

See The HiddenArtificial Intelligence in Microscopy Available On-Demand Introduction to AI for Microscopists: all you need to know Machine and deep learning technologies already play a major role in everyday life – think Alexa, Tesla’s Autopilot, Spotify, Amazon or YouTube. In the last 3 years, microscopists have started to use “AI based” solutions for image…

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Intravital Microscopy of Cancer

Intravital Microscopy of Cancer Available on Demand In this webinar, you will learn: about intravital microscopy techniques that allow you to monitor stem cells and cancer cells in real-time in vivo; how these techniques can help you study the identity and migratory behavior of cancer stem cells; how intravital microscopy uses multiphoton confocal microscopy to…

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Lab Basics: How Alkaline Lysis Works

Alkaline lysis for plasmid isolation? That’s like the ABCs in a molecular biology lab. Read this detailed article to understand the process behind this common technique.

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Quick and Easy Sequencing of SARS-CoV-2 to Identify Variants of Concern

Quick and Easy Sequencing of SARS-CoV-2 to Identify Variants of Concern Available On Demand Speaker Jordan RoseFigura, PhD Director of Material SciencesSwift Biosciences Dr. Jordan RoseFigura completed her Ph.D. in Chemistry at UC Berkeley where she studied the mechanism of PQQ formation. She then took up an NIH Postdoctoral Fellowship at The Rockefeller University where…

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Advances to SYNTHIA™ Retrosynthesis Software and How They Have Accelerated Chemical Development at GlaxoSmithKline (GSK)

Advances to SYNTHIA™ Retrosynthesis Software and How They Have Accelerated Chemical Development at GlaxoSmithKline (GSK) Available On Demand John Jin Lim, MS Senior ScientistAPI ChemistryGlaxoSmithKline plc (GSK) John Lim (MS) leads the CASD Team at GSK Chemical Development, which uses computational tools, such as SYNTHIA™ retrosynthesis software, for the route selection process. He obtained his…

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Choosing The Right Blood Collection Tubes

Selecting the right blood collection tubes for your experiment is cruical if you don’t want to fall at the first hurdle. What tubes do you use for which type of blood sample? Read on to find out more.

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Optimal Conditions for Live-Cell Imaging

Live-cell imaging can bring a lot of clarity to cellular processes, but keeping your cells happy can be tricky. Read on to learn about 4 key parameters for achieving optimal conditions for live-cell imaging.

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What is PCR? The Beginner’s Guide

If you need to copy, sequence, or quantify DNA, you need to know about PCR. Read our guide to the PCR process, and discover tips to help you avoid the most common PCR pitfalls.

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Visualising protein degradation and aggregation in the living cell

Visualising protein degradation and aggregation in the living cell Available On Demandat MicroscopyFocus.com Watch Now In this webinar, Prof. Eric Reits will discuss how several neurodegenerative disorders, including Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s and Huntington’s disease, are characterized by the formation of protein aggregates, and that components of the ubiquitin-proteasome system (UPS) co-localize in these aggregates. This has…

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Life beyond the pixels: deep learning methods for single cell analysis

Life beyond the pixels:Deep learning methods for single cell analysis Available On Demand In this webinar, you will discover: the computational steps in the analysis of single cell-based large-scale microscopy experiments; a novel microscopic image correction method designed to eliminate illumination and uneven background effects; new single-cell image segmentation methods; the Advanced Cell Classifier, a…

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Which Type of Ethanol Should I Use?

Want to know more about ethanol grades commonly used in the lab? We help you make sense of your flammables cabinet with our rundown of the ethanol grades typically used in molecular biology, as well as some important rules for how to use them correctly.

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