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CAR Domains & Generations

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Mechanism of Tumor Killing

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CRISPR-Cas9 in Next-Gen CARs

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Secondary Antibodies & Isotype Controls Reviews

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Cleaner, Crisper Staining

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Scientific Resources

Autophagy Handbook

Refresh and expand your autophagy knowledge.

ICC Handbook

Learn about multicolor ICC/IF’s conceptual basics, protocols and troubleshooting.

IHC Handbook

Learn the basics of IHC follow standard protocols plus troubleshoot technical issues.

Andrew Leidal
Postdoc Interviews: Andrew Leidal, PhD
Andrew Leidal studies autophagy and its cross-talk with fundamental cellular functions including glycolytic flux and exosome loading. Learn about his path in science and the value of strong mentoring relationships.

direct vs indirect
Understanding direct vs. indirect detection
Learn the benefits and drawbacks of direct and indirect detection to help you make the right choice for your experiment.

Using blocking peptides
Using blocking peptides to assess antibody specificity.
Read more about blocking peptides and how you can use them as a method to assess antibody specificity.

By Jacqueline Carrico, BS, MD Candidate

Targeting Success in CAR-T Therapy for Solid Tumors

Developing successful CAR-T therapy requires identification of specific tumor-associated antigens, as the primary target for CAR-T binding and activation. Some solid tumors have well-characterized oncogenes which play a pivotal role in tumor...

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By Jamshed Arslan Pharm.D.

Adenosine triphosphate (ATP) is life’s energy-carrying molecule. It is typically produced by ...

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