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  • One Family's 'Curse' Provides a Better Understanding of the Human Genome

    One Family's 'Curse' Provides a Better Understanding of the Human Genome ,

    Author:
    Feb
    09
    , DSS

    While studying a rare congenital deformity that's affected 10 extended family members, Dr. Stefan Mundlos and his team made new discoveries about the human genome. During DNA analysis, the team of scientists found a new class of genetic mutations that sheds light on many mysterious diseases and helps scientists better understand how genetic coding works.
  • Quantifying DNA, RNA and Protein - DeNovix Makes it Easy with Intuitive and Comprehensive EasyApps® Software for their Spectrophotometers & Fluorometers!

    Quantifying DNA, RNA and Protein - DeNovix Makes it Easy with Intuitive and Comprehensive EasyApps® Software for their Spectrophotometers & Fluorometers! ,

    Author:
    Jan
    31
    , DSS

    EasyApps® software for quantifying DNA, RNA and Protein was developed to work intuitively with the DeNovix line of Spectrophotometers and Fluorometers which are compact, stand-alone instruments.

    Pre-configured Apps ensure optimized workflows while simple to use Custom Method Apps enable researchers to quickly create and save methods. DeNovix software provides a multitude of choices for reviewing and exporting results.
  • NABR Urges Everyone to Contact President Trump and Congress to Voice Support for Biomedical Research!

    NABR Urges Everyone to Contact President Trump and Congress to Voice Support for Biomedical Research! ,

    Author:
    Jan
    24
    , DSS - NABR

    You can voice your support for biomedical research by sending a pre-written letter. The NABR provides the letter and sends it for you so it only takes a few minutes (click "read more" below for the link). Your voice matters! We urge everyone to take this opportunity to contact President Trump, Mike Pence - VP and Congress to request their support. This is a tiny investment of your time that will pay significant dividends in terms of educating policy makers about the irreplaceable value of humane animal research.

  • Frequently Asked Questions in Hypoxia Research

    Frequently Asked Questions in Hypoxia Research ,

    Author:
    Jan
    19
    , Wenger RH, Kurtcuoglu V, Scholz CC, Marti HH, Hoogewijs D

    “What is the O2 concentration in a normoxic cell culture incubator?” This and other frequently asked questions in hypoxia research will be answered in this review. Our intention is to give a simple introduction to the physics of gases that would be helpful for newcomers to the field of hypoxia research. We will provide background knowledge about questions often asked, but without straightforward answers. What is O2 concentration, and what is O2 partial pressure? What is normoxia, and what is hypoxia? How much O2 is experienced by a cell residing in a culture dish in vitro vs in a tissue in vivo? By the way, the O2 concentration in a normoxic incubator is 18.6%, rather than 20.9% or 20%, as commonly stated in research publications. And this is strictly only valid for incubators at sea level.
 

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