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ICC Handbook

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Kerry Purtell
Postdoc Interviews: Kerry Purtell, PhD
Kerry Purtell studies the role of autophagy in neurodegeneration. Discover her views on the value of raw data for peer review and the advantage of data open-mindedness while researching.

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 Christina Towers, PhD.

It has long been known that programmed cell death can take place in many forms.  The most well characterized form, apoptosis, occurs when either extrinsic or intrinsic stimuli stimulate signaling cascades that result in a series of caspase cleavage events resulting in cleavage and activation of the...

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By Yoskaly Lazo-Fernandez, PhD

Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS), also known as Lou Gehrig’s disease, is a progressive neurological disease that affects the motor neuron system and thus voluntary...

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