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Tips For Scientists to Effectively Work from Home

Social distancing and shelter-in-place orders currently in effect in response to the COVID-19 crisis have upturned work patterns of companies and academics alike. With several labs shutting down and grinding experiments to an abrupt halt, scientists find themselves...

Stem Cells: Links to Human Cancer and Aging

The human body develops from a single diploid cell called a zygote and contains at adulthood an estimated 85 trillion cells, of which more than 150 billion turn over every day. All of these cells originate from a tiny population of so-called "embryonic" and "adult"...

Bio X Cell New Product – InVivoMAb anti-rat/mouse CD71 (TfR1)

InVivoMAb anti-rat/mouse CD71 (TfR1) Useful for targeted drug delivery to the brain The OX-26 monoclonal antibody reacts with rat CD71 also known as transferrin receptor protein 1 (TfR1). The antibody is reported to cross-react with mouse CD71 as well. CD71 is a...

Coronavirus Detection Using CRISPR Technology

There is no dearth of materials around the potential of CRISPR and how it is already impacting medicine, food, biomaterials—basically our everyday lives. With researchers putting their best foot forward globally to fight the recent novel coronavirus outbreak, one...