SLAS2019 Restaurant Guide: Washington, D.C.

SLAS2019 is back in Washington, D.C. at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center February 2–6, 2019. If this is your first SLAS event, be sure to check out their website to learn about all the conference has to offer. Aside from amazing presenters and exhibitors, you will find a variety of networking opportunities and educational…

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Immunology for Non-Immunologists: Proliferation Assays

What are Proliferation Assays? Proliferation assays are a category of immune cell activation tests designed to measure cell division. Proliferation assays are some of the most commonly used measures of immune cell activation. Examples include: Tritiated Thymidine Incorporation (3H-thymidine Incorporation) Bromodeoxyuridine Incorporation (BrdU) Tetrazolium Dyes CFSE Dye Reduction CellTiter-Glo® Learn more about each method below.…

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Researcher Spotlight: Chris Tompkins

Our scientists bring a wealth of immunology research expertise from diverse backgrounds. With extensive experience in a variety of biologics disciplines, our team is an ideal resource for a wide range of outsource research services. From multiplex assays to flow cytometric analyses, we help you get on with discovery. In this researcher spotlight, we introduce…

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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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