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In this article, Roche discusses the increasing automation of science and next-generation sequencing (NGS) in particular and demonstrates an efficient DNA hybridization workflow.
This article outlines the role of microbiome-based products and the impact it can have on gut health.
Quantitative measurements of small amounts of samples as low as 0.
Fluorescence microscopy is a widely used technique in molecular and cellular biology quantification which is
employed for both spatial analysis and to observe the interactions between various components of an
During microvolume measurements, incorrect measurements can result if the liquid sample is not bridged throughout the entire measurement cycle. The DeNovix DS-11 Spectrophotometer eliminates concerns associated with unbridged sample errors.
Green fluorescent protein (GFP) is widely used in molecular and cell biology as a reporter gene for expression of proteins.
Fluorescence methods allow specific and sensitive quantitation of biomolecules.
Isolating nuclei is a critical step for single nuclear RNA-sequencing and ATAC-sequencing workflows. This technical note explains how the CellDrop™ FL Automated Cell Counter can be used to count these isolated nuclei.
Dual fluorescence counting using the CellDrop™ FL Automated Cell Counter is used to distinguish
unlysed intact cells from successfully isolated nuclei.
PicoGreen dsDNA quantitation reagent is a highly sensitive fluorescent nucleic acid stain which is used
to quantitate double-stranded DNA
Fluorescence and UV-Vis absorbance are complementary measurement techniques for the quantification of biomolecules.
The interleukin-4 receptor (IL-4R) is emerging as a potential drug target, projected to potentially be worth up to 10 billion USD. In this article, ACROBiosystems discusses why it is such an attractive drug target and what this could entail.
COVID-19 continues to affect countries worldwide due to the emergence of variants and seasonal changes. In this article, ACROBiosystems discusses three potential methods of breaking this COVID-19 stalemate, variant boosters, bivalent and polyvalent vaccines.
In this article, ACROBiosystems discusses Vascular Endothelial Growth Factor (VEGF) and its enduring use as a target in antitumor therapy.
Nanobody research is proving to be an exciting and potentially pivotal tool for the improvement of cancer diagnostics and cancer therapeutics due to their low immunogenicity and high affinity + stability.
BA.2.75 is an emerging omicron variant that has been classed as a variant of interest by the WHO. ACROBiosystems has developed a huge range of antigen products, including Spike trimers and nucleocapsid proteins to help with research into the omicron variant.
In this article, ACROBiosystems discuss the key role they play in the wider CGT (Cell and Gene Therapy) development research area, they use Dr. Wenlin Ren, a senior product development manager to elucidate upon their key processes and roles.
In this article, ACROBiosystems discuss the importance of T cells in the immune response and shares some essential tips and methods for culturing T-cells efficiently and effectively.
Engineering biology is a tremendously powerful approach to finding sustainable alternatives to finite resources. However, it takes lots of time, money, and effort to develop the optimal microorganisms and bioprocesses for efficient and scalable production.
In this article, Roche Diagnostics elucidates upon some of their top tips and recommendations for anyone performing RNA-sequencing with degraded RNA inputs and demonstrate how to improve efficiency and performance.