Mark Cunningham on LKT and the Chemical That It All Started

LKT Laboratories is suppliying biochemcals for life science research for over 30 years. In this interview we discuss LKT's history and try to figure out if Minneapolis and St. Paul are identical twins or not.

Multiplex IHC Staining Made in Texas: Bethyl Laboratories

Bethyl Laboratories has been manufacturing antibodies for use in life science research and diagnostics since 1972. During this year’s AACR, we sat down with Stacy Carwile and Mike Spencer to learn more about the company and their newly developed Multiplex IHC product line.

Newly Updated Cayman Estradiol ELISA Kit

A critical shortage of the antibody used in Cayman's Estradiol ELISA Kit (Item No. Cay582251) prompted the need for a replacement Estradiol ELISA Kit (Item No. Cay501890).
In our third interview we talk to Perry Tan from our Chinese supplier Elabscience about their offering, the story behind the company name and about how to prepare hot dry noodles.
In part two of our AACR interview series, we talk to Sally Hed Dahlquist, president, chief manager, and owner of ImmunoChemistry Technologies about her company, the reintroduction of FLIVO, conferences, and about the hometown of ICT.
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Jason Truskowski on the Beginnings of Cayman Chemical

During this year's AACR we sat down with Jason Truskowski from Cayman Chemical to learn more about the history of the company and the latest developments.

Overview of Multiplex Immunohistochemistry

With the advancement of immunotherapeutics, the urge to understand the tumor microenvironment has never been more pressing.

Guide to Enzyme Unit Definitions and Assay Design

Enzyme units and specific activity explained.

The Tubulin Code

The role of post-translational modifications of tubulins.

Obesity and Diabetes

This article focuses on the differences between white, brown and beige adipose tissue, as well as the role of adipokines in the development of obesity and insulin resistance.

FAQ for Actin and Tubulin

Your questions answered by the experts from PurSolutions.

Science History

One year celebrating the most exciting stories in science history.
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