Scientists now know how Pseudomonas aeruginosa infects the lungs thanks to human stem cell-derived lung microtissues. Researchers at the Center for Molecular Life Sciences at the University of Basel ...
In this episode of STEM Tea, host AJ Hinton is joined by Annet Kirabo (left), an Associate Professor at Vanderbilt University (TN, USA). Annet’s research focuses on uncovering the molecular mechanisms ...
A novel study conducted on participants with brain damage reveals how a specific brain region – called the vmPFC – governs ...
Researchers have discovered giant viruses living on algae-blackened ice in the Arctic, which could be harnessed to reduce ice melting. Ice in the Arctic is melting at an alarming rate. Now, ...
Host AJ Hinton is joined by Brian Aguado (left), an Assistant Professor of Bioengineering at UC San Diego (CA, USA). Brian’s lab investigates sex differences in cardiovascular disease, using ...
An AI model has been trained to recognize DNA methylation signatures of 13 different types of cancer. Researchers at the University of Cambridge and Imperial College London (both UK) present, in an ...
In this Tech Blast episode supported by Sartorius (Göttingen, Germany), we speak with Manager of Applications Development, David Apiyo (right), about epitope binning, why it’s performed and the best ...
There are numerous aspects to consider when choosing the right assay for your antibody-selection experiments. There are three common epitope-binning assays to choose from: in-tandem assay, classical ...
Rapid, accurate and cost-effective quantitation of monoclonal antibodies (MAbs) is essential for bioprocessing. This Application Note assesses the relative merits of protein A high-pressure liquid ...
Epitope binning is an important step towards selecting the best monoclonal antibody for a specific therapeutic purpose as it allows researchers to narrow down the number of candidates by assessing ...