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01 Apr, 2020Four Coronavirus Proteins to Aid the Fight Against COVID-19


Guest blog written by antibodies-online.com The first occurrence of human infections of the novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) was recognized in Wuhan, China. Due to…

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03 Mar, 2020Inside the Cell: The Biology of the Novel Coronavirus SARS-CoV-2


Brian Dalby, PhD, Senior Director/Research Concierge at Scientist.com, discusses the biological makeup of Coronavirus SARS-CoV-2. Though much of the world is hearing about…

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23 Apr, 2018The Threat of a Black Market Within the Market: The Hidden Risks of Sourcing Human Biological Samples


The direct and indirect impact of sourcing human biological samples present serious risks for the scientific research community. Through Compli™ -a governance process that provides standardization, transparency and ensures ethical sourcing through one single service- researchers can now mitigate risk and reduce overhead while implementing a formal compliance process.

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25 Aug, 2014Drug Discovery Collapse: How to Fix Irreproducible Research?


Drug discovery, ever a challenge, can be likened to a tall structure. The upper stories rely on the stability of the floors below…

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07 Jul, 2014Why Do Powerful Cancer Drugs Fail?


It’s a sad story that everyone is familiar with: A patient takes one or more well-known cancer drugs, and they work — for…

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