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31 Mar, 2020CUT&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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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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26 Feb, 2020The Benefits of Doing Research Down Under


Nicola Watkinson, General Manager of the Americas for the Australian Trade and Investment Commission (Austrade) explains the upside of conducting research Down Under….

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26 Aug, 2019Marketplace 101 – Best Practices for Submitting and Reviewing in vivo Proposals


There are as many ways to create in vivo proposals on the Scientist.com marketplace as there are researchers to request them, so how do we ensure that all requests are being compared equally? Scientist.com has streamlined the process by enabling side-by-side comparisons of proposals across multiple vendors based on key indicators such as quality, price, supplier rating and turnaround time.

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06 Feb, 2014Evolution in Three Easy Steps: Carrying Out Directed Evolution


Directed evolution is emerging as a powerful new tool to design proteins with new and interesting properties that may not have evolved naturally….

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