Research roundup: neuroscience antibodies and protein standards
Our highly-validated antibodies and QPrEST protein standards are used in cutting-edge neuroscience research. Read a roundup of some newly published studies to see our neuroscience antibodies and targeted proteomics in action!
“I’ve had the privilege of taking inspiration from successful and inspiring women”: celebrating the day of women and girls in science.
Today is the International Day of Women and Girls in Science 2021. We spoke to some female Atlas Antibodies employees about their roles, experiences, and what advice they would give to young people considering a career in life sciences.
4 things I missed during the Society for Neuroscience virtual conference…or did I?
The Society for Neuroscience, SfN, holds an annual meeting that is attended by scientists and physicians from all around the world. This year, because of the ongoing pandemic, the meeting was run virtually. Did I enjoy it?
Research Roundup: prognostic biomarkers in cancer
Many of our cancer antibodies are used in cutting-edge research to identify new prognostic markers in different cancers. Let's take a look at three recent studies.
Two-years blog anniversary! A recap of our most popular posts
This month we celebrate the second birthday of our blog. If you have missed it read on. Here is a recap just for you.
How Enhanced Validation helps you publish your research
Do you know what to expect from a good antibody? How and when an antibody meets your expectations? Have you ever heard about antibody enhanced validation? Read on to know more about it!
Interview with a scientist: traffic jams at the nuclear pores
Within our body, hundreds of molecules pass in and out across the cellular membranes, and, similarly to cars, they can get stuck in traffic jams. Nuclear-cytoplasmic trafficking might contribute to neurological disorders. Read more.
Interview with a scientist: drug repurposing in oncology
Drug repurposing is the strategy of using existing drugs originally developed for a specific disease to treat other diseases. We have interviewed Dr. Joanna Zawacka-Pankau about her research in drug repurposing to treat cancer.
Now I see you: the imaging toolbox that improves the detection of primary ciliary dyskinesia
Ciliopathies are inherited human disorders that affect primary cilia genes. The authors of this study took part in our Explorer Program. Read on to discover what they found.
Liquid biopsy: what is written in the blood?
Liquid biopsy is a non-invasive sampling approach also used to predict the progression and growth dynamics of cancer and provide guidance for therapy monitoring. This blog covers various features and issues associated with liquid biopsy as exemplified by tumor markers.