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Why do many researchers prefer polyclonal antibodies for an IHC/IF assay?

Both of monoclonal and polyclonal antibodies are extensively used in IHC/IF assays. However, the staining results for a given monoclonal antibodies are quite unpredictable in different samples as compared to the polyclonal antibodies. It is veryfalse

Scientists are creating new coronavirus vaccines—but may come too late

In the stock pandemic movie, scientists are frantically working on concoctions to stop the spread of a newly emerging virus—and by the end, voila, they succeed and save the world. In the real world, vaccines played limited, if any, roles infalse

Aβ accumulation, the cause or effect of Alzheimer disease?

Regarding the etiology of Alzheimer's disease, the beta amyloid (Aβ) hypothesis has been the most important and experimentally tested theory in the past few decades. However, the research therapies based on this hypothesis have been “falling infalse

Bioss Featured as Growing Antibody Supplier by CiteAb

In a study published by CiteAb on November 15, 2019, Bioss was featured, together with Biolegend and Proteintech, as the fast growing antibody suppliers in the antibody market. This is the second time that Bioss got on this list, the last timefalse

Excitable Edgar

This holiday season Iggy found his long-lost cousin: Edgar the Dragon.

Growing with the Flow: New Method for Kidney Organoid Vascularization

Organoids are 3D cell culture models designed to have characteristic organ structure and function. These mini organs play an expanding role in biomedical research as they become more sophisticated approximations of human organs. Researchersfalse

Researchers Probe Role of Prom-1 in Liver Disease

Biliary fibrosis is a liver disease caused by inflammation that ultimately leads to scarring of the liver. This is a common symptom of biliary atresia, a rare congenital childhood disorder that causes bile to be trapped in the liver; this causesfalse

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