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Christian de Duve: Father of Autophagy

Belgian cytologist and biochemist Christian de Duve discovered lysosomes (the digestive organelles of the cell) and peroxisomes (organelles that are the site of metabolic processes involving hydrogen peroxide). In 1974, de Duve shared the Nobelfalse

Testing, testing, 1, 2, 3: New knockout validation coming for select antibodies

As a researcher, you expect extraordinary products.

Bioss strives to meet your expectations every day, which is why we're proud to announce our new initiative to begin providing knockout (KO) validation on many of our 11,000+ products.

Bioss Named "Key Antibody Company to Watch" by CiteAb

With a growing share of product citations from around the world, Bioss was named a key company to watch in the antibody market by CiteAb, the citation-ranked antibody search engine and database.

Meet Dr. Marie Maynard Daly!

Marie Maynard Daly was born April 16, 1921 in Queens, New York. After graduating from Hunter College High School, she went on to enroll in Queens College where she earned her B.S in Chemistry in 1942.

Meet Dr. Barbara McClintock

On May 21, 1971 . . .  . . 
Dr. Barbara McClintock was awarded the National Medal of Science by President Nixon, becoming the first woman to do so

May The Fourth Be With You

MAY THE FOURTH BE WITH YOU 

Whether you fight storm troopers with light sabers or viruses with antibodies, the pursuit for good is there. May the force be with you.

Happy Birthday Dr. Ramon y Cajal

On May 1, 1852 . . .  . . 
Dr. Santiago Ramon y Cajal was born in Spain. Cajal, a bit of a renaissance man, is known for his work as a histologist, pathologist, neuroscientist, Nobel laureate and artist. His life's work has ultimately earnedfalse