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Normalisation assays in biomarker studies - all's well that starts well

The normalisation of quantitative assay data is critical when interpreting effective biological system status. With cells grown in culture and lysed, a simple total protein determination such as the Bradford assay (developed by Marion Bradford at the University of Georgia in 1976) can be enough by giving an estimate of the total cellular proteins. 496 more words



It was hard to believe that my first term at uni was already coming to a close. We were in the middle of final exams, and so far I was doing mostly well. 1,258 more words

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Sensitive ELISA for Oxytocin quantification

The neuropeptides, Oxytocin and Vasopressin, were isolated and synthesized by Vincent du Vigneaud at Cornell Medical College in 1953, work for which he received the Nobel Prize in Chemistry in 1955.  454 more words


8 criteria for selecting your ELISA kits

Biomarkers specialists are often asked to select an ELISA kit for researchers: with thousands of ELISA references available on the market, the choice can be tricky regarding proteins for which several kits available. 966 more words

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Donut Ya Know the Bear Turned 3??!

Honey Bear had such a great 3rd birthday! Lots of friends and family came to spoil her and love on her. She is special, and she is blessed. 228 more words


Basics about insulin and dedicated research tools

Diabetes is a major health concern. And its research can be a nightmare sometimes. tebu-bio strive to offer a comprehensive range of research tools and services to study Obesity, Diabetes, and Metabolic syndrome… 580 more words

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