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Making antibodies faster

Camelids (think llamas, alpacas and of course, camels) produce rather special antibodies that are highly sought after for research and biomedical applications. Nanobodies are small fragments of camelid antibodies that retain the ability to identify specific proteins. 194 more words

Comparative Physiology

Bad Lemons: Why Organizations Reject Innovation

Reject to Protect

Organizations (multi-human systems) reject innovations for the same reason that single human systems do. Our bodies naturally reject unnatural or unrecognized intruders. If you replace a hip or install a cosmetic artifact, your body fights even these… 1,519 more words

Innovation Capability

Post 4.7: Let's Get Fluorescent

I’ve been having a busy couple of weeks in and outside the lab. As I hinted at in my last post, I had my first committee meeting, resulting from which I’ve had a few changes to my plans for the next couple of months. 1,220 more words

Antibody treatment surprisingly 'cures' monkeys of HIV-like infection

“Fascinating.” “A complete first.” “Striking.” “Too amazing to be real.” Those are some of the reactions researchers are having to a provocative, baffling monkey study suggesting that a monoclonal antibody used to treat inflammatory bowel disease in humans might lead to a “functional” cure of an infection with the AIDS virus. 938 more words


EMEA Antibody Market Sales, Revenue, Gross Margin and Market Share Forecast to 2023

MarketResearchNest.com adds “EMEA (Europe, Middle East and Africa) Antibody Market 2017 Forecast to 2022”new report to its research database. The report spread across in a 115 pages with table and figures in it. 396 more words

Pharmaceuticals And Healthcare

Immuno - histo - chemistry on whole mount zebrafish embryos

The featured image was created from a picture of a 90% epiboly zebrafish embryo, which was stained for phospho Histone H3  (using a red secondary antibody) and by imaging the endogenous membrane GFP in the embryo. 472 more words

In Situ Hybridization

Melanoma Marker (HMB45) Validated

Our lab has validated the HMB45 antibody for use on Human and mouse tissues.  This was tested using human melanoma and mouse skin tissues and has passed with flying colors!  35 more words

Histology Service