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NanoString: Comprehensive Gene Expression Profiling of Neuroinflammation

By The Scientist Creative Services Team | April 17, 2018

Targeting Neuroinflammatory and Neurodegenerative Diseases

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Beyond the Hallmarks: Mechanisms of Cancer's Genesis and Persistence

By The Scientist Creative Services Team | April 6, 2018

The journey of a healthy cell through oncogenesis and tumorigenesis involves numerous hallmark mechanisms and processes. Understanding these alterations is critical to developing novel therapeutic strategies against the disease. Download this poster from PerkinElmer to learn more about these mechanisms which define cancer!

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Ever since Antonie van Leeuwenhoek, scientists have been looking for new ways to watch biology unfold. These days much of the imaging that goes on in a lab occurs beyond the oculars and takes advantage of sophisticated chemistry to “see” biological processes and structures. Download this poster from Azure Biosystems to learn more about how biological processes and structures are illuminated through (bio)chemical detection!

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Beckman Coulter: CAR-T Cells 101

By The Scientist Creative Services Team | March 27, 2018

Immunotherapy's key effector cells

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MilliporeSigma: Ultrafiltration Revealed

By The Scientist Creative Services Team | March 27, 2018

It's about more than just the membrane!

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LabQuiz: Would You Bet on a Blot? Western Blot Data Integrity Challenges

By The Scientist Creative Services Team | March 14, 2018

How confident are you in your Western blotting technique?

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A Crash Course on Western Blotting

By The Scientist Creative Services Team | March 12, 2018

Western blotting is one of the most well-known and commonly used techniques in bioscience laboratories today, but despite being around for decades, Western blotting continues to evolve. Download this eBook to learn about sample preparation, the anatomy of a protein electrophoresis gel, ⋅picking the right membrane for your protein transfer, and selecting the best antibody for optimizing signal detection.

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Going Deeper on DNA Amplification

By The Scientist Creative Services Team | March 12, 2018

DNA is the language of life, and unraveling its secrets is integral to the biological sciences. With this eBook, learn about the basics of PCR for DNA amplification, how DNA functions and replicates, picking the right polymerase for your application, and the experimental potential of whole-genome amplification!

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DNA Methylation: Timekeeper of Biological Age

By The Scientist Creative Services Team |
Event Date: July 26 2018

Join us to learn more about the role of epigenetic modifications in biological age and the aging process.

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High-Throughput & Phenotypic Screening

By The Scientist Creative Services Team | February 23, 2018

Screening is an essential method for analyzing a group of chemicals, molecules, and/or compounds for a particular function in a prescribed assay. With this eBook, learn about the pros and cons of high-throughput screening and phenotypic screening, how to establish a screening process, new developments in target-based high-throughput screening, and key factors in the renaissance of phenotypic screening!

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