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LabQuiz: V for Variability

By | October 12, 2016

When you think about Western blots, a few letters that might come to mind are WB, PVDF, and SDS, but one letter that is critical to interpreting your Westerns is V... for Variability. Learn the truth about controlling for variability in our LabQuiz. 

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LabQuiz: It's Alive! Or is it?

By | October 4, 2016

Would you pass basic Biology, or do you need Bio bootcamp? Can you tell if these things are alive, were ever alive, or constitute life?

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LabQuiz: Can you Spot a Keeper? Test your Genotyping IQ!

By | September 1, 2016

Do you know when to swipe left or swipe right on your mice? Find out how much you really know about genotyping mice as a key component of managing mouse colonies efficiently.

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LabQuiz: The Protein Problem

By | August 26, 2016

Do you know your leucine from your lysine? Your alanine from your arginine? Test your peptide proficiency in our amino acid structure quiz!

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LabQuiz: Good Westerns Gone Bad

By | July 27, 2016

Despite the best of intentions, sometimes a Western blot goes bad. When that happens, you can cry into your blocking buffer (not recommended), or you can interpret the signs your Western is sending and address them! Can you read between the bands and determine where these blots went bad?  

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LabQuiz: The Transfection Talk

By | July 20, 2016

There comes a time in every researcher’s life when they need to have the talk with their cells… the transfection talk. Are you getting through [to] your cells? Find out if your cells are picking up what you’re putting down with this LabQuiz!

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LabQuiz: Get Your Assays Moving: Exercise Myths Debunked by Immunodetection

By | July 8, 2016

Does exercising in cold weather affect your immune system? Researchers studying metabolism and cell metabolism use protein immunoassays, such as ELISAs and bead-based multiplex assays, to answer questions like these.

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LabQuiz: Which Cell Signaling Pathway Are You?

By | June 23, 2016

How you communicate with others says a lot about you. You probably already knew that, but did you also know that it can tell you which cell signaling pathway you are? 

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LabQuiz: What's Your Western Blot Personality?

By | June 8, 2016

Answer 10 questions to discover which Western blot membrane describes you. And if your Western blots look like Rohrshach blots, you need professional help!

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LabQuiz: Are you an Experimental Design Expert?

By | May 27, 2016

Wouldn’t it be nice if you could count on your mice for reproducible results? Test your bench smarts in reproducible experimental design so you can get good data the first time.

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