The study closely examined the glycan structures and glycoprotein expression in muscle-invasive bladder cancer, leading to the discovery of a novel biomarker: HOMER3. This article elaborates on preliminary results about the role of HOMER3 in bladder cancer metastasis.
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Since it was first described in 1906 by Alois Alzheimer, physicians and scientists have been searching for clues to the debilitating neurological condition Alzheimer’s disease (AD). To diagnose and treat the disease at its earliest stages, researchers are searching for additional biomarkers that can help guide our understanding of the disease.
When it comes to linking two biomolecules together, the SoluLINK® technology offers a user-friendly solution with reliable and reproducible bioconjugation, which is a great option for what may initially seem to be a daunting task. Jim Williams serves as the Associate Director of Bioconjugation Technology, where he oversees bioconjugation product manufacturing and is highly involved in the design and manufacturing of custom and OEM conjugates.
No matter how you slice it, if your research includes immunohistochemistry or immunofluorescence, it’s a key part of your experimental workflow. If you aren’t the type of researcher who draws a heart around “Sectioning Day” on your lab calendar, cut yourself a little slack and read on for some tips and tricks.
This study explores how the sickle cell trait could help millions of people in Sub-Saharan Africa, a high-risk malaria zone, develop resistance against malaria.
Looking for insights into how to choose the right mounting medium for your applications? From understanding the importance of refractive index to technique tips, we’ve got you covered.
Jose Ortiz is well on his way to completing a PhD, but his was not an easy journey. This and many other factors have influenced his academic journey as a non-traditional student and person of color.
Picture this: a chemist walks into a lab and asks his colleagues how to transition some immunohistochemistry (IHC)-stained slides in a buffer solution to coverslip with a non-aqueous mounting media. From his perspective, it’s a simple problem, and it should have a similarly simple solution. Does it? Read this blog article to find out.
Earlier this year, Brittany Cederstrom, a research scientist at the Proteogenomic Research Institute for Systems Medicine (PRISM) in San Diego, California sampled VectaMount® Express Mounting Medium in her slide preparation workflow and compared it to her standard process with a competitor mounting medium.
With applications ranging from drug targeting to genome sequencing, bioconjugation provides tools for more effective imaging and drug discovery methods. Join us as we explore the possibilities in this article.