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5 Questions to Ask Before Purchasing an Antibody

Your literature review is almost done, your cell or animal model is established, and your research question is solidified. Now all that’s left is designing your experiment — and ordering your supplies.

Selecting the proper antibody for yourfalse

Dr. Marie Curie: Pioneer in Radioactivity

“Nothing in life is to be feared, it is only to be understood. Now is the time to understand more, so that we may fear less.”

At a time when the very idea of women in science drew scorn and condemnation, Marie Skłodowska Curie never lost herfalse

Why You (Maybe) Shouldn’t Fractionate That Western Blot Sample

Sample prep is common (and often overlooked) source of error when it comes to troubleshooting Western blots. One step in particular — fractionation — is suggested to reduce the “cellular debris,” but may in reality be harming your sample.

Come Visit Bioss at Neuroscience 2017

The Bioss Team is getting ready to head to Washington, D.C. for Neuroscience 2017, the worlds largest gathering of neuroscience researchers and physicians.

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No Bands? 7 Quick Western Blot Fixes

 

We've all been there: You're at the end of your experiment and your Western blot protocol — the one that worked 24 hours earlier — is suddenly giving you fits. Try as you might, you just can't replicate your results and get that publicationfalse

5 Powerful Tools for Lab Management

More than 90 percent of researchers still opt for traditional, paperbound notebooks to record their research (1). But the number looking to switch to electronic systems is quickly increasing. Electronic lab notebooks (ELNs) provide benefits infalse

Patricia Goldman-Rakic: Pioneer of the Prefrontal Cortex