Enter Your Purchase Orders Online

Secure the Inventory You Need. Enter Purchase Orders Online. We’ve streamlined the purchase order process by allowing buyers to check out online using only a PO number. Under the typical PO procedure, you search our inventory, find the products you need, send a request to your purchasing department, fax or call the purchase order in,…

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Useful Tools in Immunology: The Immune Epitope Database

The Immune Epitope Database (IEDB) is a free online resource established by the National Institute for Health. The IEDB makes it easy for scientists and researchers to search for experimental data characterizing antibody and T cell epitopes for allergens, infectious diseases, autoimmune diseases, and transplants/alloantigens. Beyond epitope search, the IEDB also offers unique epitope analysis…

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Can You Donate Blood When You Have Diabetes?

Diabetes is a disease that affects approximately 9.4 percent of the American population. If you manage diabetes properly with a healthy diet, exercise, and regular blood sugar monitoring, you lead a healthier life. Donating blood is a selfless way to save lives — as many as three people can benefit from a single donation. You…

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Immunology for Non-Immunologists: Challenges and Opportunities with Influenza Virus

Influenza is a complex, unpredictable virus that has kept scientists searching for more universal vaccinations and treatments to the deadly disease. Two mechanisms render the immune system ineffective in fighting the influenza virus: antigenic drift and antigenic shift. Antigenic Drift: Due to the lack of RNA proofreading enzymes, influenza virus genomes can accumulate mutations through…

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SITC 2018: Restaurant Guide to Washington, D.C.

Society for Immunotherapy of Cancer is making its way up the Potomac to the Walter E. Washington Convention Center for its 33rd iteration. We’ve been to a few events at this venue, which offers a mix of dining options within a few walking blocks of nearby hotels. Browse a list of some of the top-rated…

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Save Time with Ready-to-Use Mast Cells

If you use mast cells for allergy or inflammation research, you have undoubtedly wasted time procuring stem cells or bone marrow cells from a specific human or mouse donor, adding the right protein and growth factor, culturing, and incubating before finally collecting the mast cells 2–3 weeks later. All before you could even start using…

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