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Cell Signaling Interactive Pathways

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Scientific Resources

Autophagy Handbook

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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.

Sarah Hopp
Postdoc Interviews: Sarah Hopp, PhD
Sarah Hopp studies tau processing by microglia in models of Alzheimer’s disease. Learn about her path in science and the value of research experiences in the pharmaceutical industry prior to graduate training.
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 Jamshed Arslan Pharm.D.

Parkin got its name from Parkinson’s disease (PD). Being an E3 ubiquitin ligase enables Parkin to ubiquitinate and degrade proteins involved in PD (such as CDCrel-1, α-synuclein, and...

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By Jamshed Arslan Pharm.D.

Interneurons transmit impulses between other neurons, in part, to facilitate the birth of neurons. Cortical interneurons themselves arise from the progenitors in the ventral telencephalon, a brain region that generates basal ganglia. The role of mechanistic target of rapamycin (...

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