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Battle Lines: Equipping the Body to Fight Cancer from Within
Battle Lines: Equipping the Body to Fight Cancer from Within
The Scientist Marketing Team | Aug 2, 2016
Immuno-Oncology: Advancing Biological Therapy
The Next Frontier in Disease Modeling
The Next Frontier in Disease Modeling
The Jackson Laboratory | Jun 7, 2016
Mouse strains empower clinically relevant research. Download this poster to learn more.
Mastering Post-Translational Modifications
Mastering Post-Translational Modifications
Rockland Immunochemicals Inc. | May 2, 2016
Download this poster to learn how you can choose the best high-affinity, high-specificity antibody for your post-translational modification detection needs.
The Next Frontier in Disease Modeling
The Next Frontier in Disease Modeling
The Jackson Laboratory | Apr 5, 2016
Mouse strains empower clinically relevant research. Download this poster to learn more.
Cellular Challenges: Taking Aim at Cancer
Cellular Challenges: Taking Aim at Cancer
Beckman Coulter | Apr 1, 2016
Immunotherapy is a powerful treatment that harnesses the body’s immune system in the fight against cancer. Download this poster to learn more.
Take the Risk out of Rotations
Take the Risk out of Rotations
Beckman Coulter | Mar 1, 2016
Optimize your separation results with these centrifuge safety considerations
Mastering Cell Counting
Mastering Cell Counting
Beckman Coulter | Feb 1, 2016
Accurate cell counting is critical to ensure experimental success and reproducibility for cell-based assays and cell culture applications.
Capitalizing on CRISPR
Capitalizing on CRISPR
Horizon Discovery | Dec 1, 2015
With broad basic science and translational applications, CRISPR is driving innovative life science and medical research.
The Next Frontier in Disease Modeling
The Next Frontier in Disease Modeling
The Jackson Laboratories | Oct 9, 2015
Mouse strains with a variety of functional human immune systems empower clinically relevant research.
Mining the Microbiome
Mining the Microbiome
MO BIO | Jun 1, 2015
To better understand how our microbial organisms affect our health and disease, scientists are surveying these communities using increasingly affordable genomics technology.