IgGy's Blog

View the Results from IgGy's Tower at SfN 2018

The Bioss Team is happy to announce the results from the IgGy's Tower activity at Neuroscience 2018 in San Diego. Over the four-day conference, more than 1400 people visited the booth and helped construct the nearly 8-foot tower using more thanfalse

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Research Spotlight: No More Dry Eyes?

Multifactorial chronic ocular surface disease — also known as “dry eye” — greatly affects quality of life and can lead to loss of vision in severe cases. Inflammation and instability of the tear film, the protective layer around the eye, can leadfalse

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Antibody Manufacturing: The Power of Small Peptides

Antibodies — also referred to as immunoglobulins — represent one of the most powerful tools available for life science researchers. Experimentalists want an antibody that is both specific to their target of interest and sensitive enough for theirfalse

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Our Comprehensive Guide to Performing Double Immunofluorescence

In attempting to characterize cellular and molecular processes, it often becomes necessary to label — either through immunofluorescence or immunohistochemistry — two or more targets in the same sample. This type of labeling provides insight intofalse

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Are Scientists Happy at Work? Our Survey Asked Them

Are you as happy as a scientist? Then you’re doing pretty well.

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