A day in the life of a scientific writer and content creator
Every career path in neuroscience can be different. Written as a Guest Blog for the British Neuroscience Association BNA, we hear from Dr. Laura Pozzi, our scientific writer, an insightful and inspiring account of her daily life at Atlas Antibodies. Read about the skills and her 3 tips for you to succeed in this job. Enjoy reading!
Research Roundup Neuroscience
Primary antibodies are a powerful tool in basic research. In our new research roundup dedicated to neuroscience, we talk about a mechanism responsible for drug resistance in epileptic patients and a newly discovered and evolutionarily conserved feature of oligodendrocytes.
Glioma classification and key molecular pathology
The classification of gliomas is changing profoundly, shifting from a morphology-based guide to a system based on molecular criteria, built around their genomic landscape and data from next-generation sequencing. Read more to learn about the key molecular markers that allow the latest classification of gliomas.
Monoclonal antibody development for neuroscience research: an interview with Dr Eugenia Kuteeva
Check out this interview with Atlas Antibodies' Principal Scientist, Dr. Eugenia Kuteeva, to hear how our monoclonal antibodies advance discoveries in neurodegenerative diseases. The interview is published on Neuro Central, an online resource powered by Future Science Group.
Research Roundup: see our neuroscience products in action
Our antibodies are used in cutting-edge neuroscience research around the world. Let's take a look at three recent studies showing our antibodies in action.
Interview with a scientist: proteomics, biomarkers and ALS.
No effective therapies are currently available for Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis- ALS due to the lack of biomarkers for early diagnosis and monitoring disease progression. Dr. Valentina Bonetto applies proteomic assays to find validated biomarkers and innovative therapeutic strategies to treat ALS.
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!
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?
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. This nuclear-cytoplasmic trafficking might contribute to neurological disorders. Read more and learn about Dr. Rita Sattler's research.
Microglia: the brain’s immune barrier at the interface of good and bad
In this blog post, we share an overview of the existing knowledge regarding the neuro-modulatory function of microglia.