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20 Nov, 2019Reducing, Refining and Replacing the Use of Animals in Research


Meaghan Loy, MS, ALAT, SOT Associate Member and Category Director of In Vivo Services at Scientist.com reflects on a recent 3-part webinar series focusing…

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11 Nov, 2019CUT&RUN – A Modern Application for Epigenomic Research


Guest blog written by antibodies-online.com CUT&RUN (Cleavage Under Targets and Release Using Nuclease) is a novel method to map genomic protein binding sites…

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10 Sep, 2019Light in the Dark – Green Fluorescent Protein (GFP)


Guest blog written by antibodies-online.com Humans can experience bioluminescence most anywhere in nature. Perhaps the most famous animal that glows in the dark…

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02 Apr, 2019Tissue Processing in the 21st Century

How can I incorporate innovative techniques to make my histology workflow easier and more reliable?

Breathtaking progress in life sciences has brought us innovations such as high-throughput and individually affordable genomic sequencing as well as next-generation flow cytometry that can phenotype dissociated cells for their expression of dozens of markers simultaneously.

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13 Mar, 2019An Overview of Outsourcing in the Life Sciences, Part II:
Why Outsource?


In part I we examined the evolution of outsourcing in drug discovery. In part II we will examine with deeper focus the specific reasons why it is beneficial to outsource scientific experiments. Research organizations and even individual researchers outsource for a variety of reasons, but here are just a few.

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