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At poster #044, Krina Carman and Monica Dyer from Oakland Police Department discussed their experience in processing 25000 Sexual Assault Evidence Kit (SAEK) samples with the help of VERSA 1100 in past 10 years....
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As a scientist doing research in ion channel and transporter, you know how difficult it can be to perform drug screening. Non-radioactive Rubidium Efflux assay technology is one of the top screening methods to help you with your research. This label-free micro-sampling technology in laboratories,...
Microarray
On March 11th, 2020, COVID-19 developed into a blown pandemic threatening human health and the world’s economies. The disease, caused by Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome Coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2), and for the first time was observed in Wuhan in December 2019. The COVID-19 virus was declared a pandemic ...
Proteomics
Imagine analyzing thousands of protein samples in a fraction of the time and with higher accuracy than ever before. With the power of automation in proteomics sample preparation for mass spectrometry (MS), this dream is a reality! What is Proteomics? Proteomics refers to the large-scale study of proteins within a biological system.
Blog-Post-How-to-study-Potassium-ion-Channels
What roles do K+ potassium channels play? Potassium (K+ channels) are almost every organism's most widely distributed ion channel. Potassium channels allow the flow of potassium ions across the membrane but block the flow of other ions, specifically sodium (Na+) ions. These channels are made of two...