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A wide variety of proteins are being studied. To help select loading controls, commonly used loading controls for proteins from the cytoplasm, mitochondria, and nucleus are discussed below.

How to select loading controls for Western Blots?

Western blotting is the golden standard for protein detection and quantification, and therefore extensively used in biological research. Given that a Western blot assay consists of multiple steps, any potential variations in the process, such asfalse

Protective Antibodies Against COVID-19 Isolated & Characterized

In the search for interventions against COVID-19, one potential mode of intervention would be to block viral entry into target cells by blocking the interaction between the receptor-binding domain (RBD) of the spike protein of SARS-CoV-2 and thefalse

COVID-19 Antibody Testing

The first wave of Covid-19 tests is designed to determine whether you have the SARS-CoV-2 virus right now. As the world starts to eye an exit from lockdown, the second wave of tests is trying to find out if you had the virus in the past. To thisfalse

Newly discovered coronavirus mutations warn vaccine developers

 New research in China found 31 mutations in the genetic code of the coronavirus within 11 coronavirus patients. Nineteen of the mutations in COVID-19 were novel, meaning they had not been seen before. Researchers then infected live, non-human cellsfalse

COVID-19 Vaccines being Tested in Clinical Trials

The coronavirus juggernaut continues to travel across the globe. For now, we are relying on tools such as physical distancing to control the spread of the virus, but in the long term a COVID-19 vaccine may be our best hope for a return to normalfalse

Self-diagnosis for COVID-19

The novel coronavirus has infected almost one million people and killed tens of thousands on nearly every continent. Even with offices shut down, people staying at home and hospitals bracing for an influx of patients, the pandemic continues itsfalse