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Episode 2 – SARS-CoV-2 variants with Dr Justin Lee, CDC, Professor Vasan, CSIRO & Dr Chantal Vogels, Yale School of Medicine
Listen to this podcast to discover how SARS-CoV-2 variants are sequenced and why PCR assays could provide an alternative for resource-constrained places.
28 July 2021 | By Sartorius AG
In this webinar, our expert will illustrate the utility of both libraries and explain how to discover potent functional antibodies against multiple GPCR targets.
A new computer algorithm has identified highly conserved sequences in viral proteins that could make the best drug targets for COVID-19.
10 reasons to choose Bethyl antibodies and reagents from Fortis Life Sciences for diagnostic applications.
Following a whole exome sequencing study, researchers have found that mutations in the SLITRK5 gene could be targeted by drugs to treat OCD.
Analysis of one million SARS-CoV-2 genome sequences has revealed a new variant named T478K, spreading mostly in Mexico.
A new method named scifi-RNA-seq marks the RNA of cells with specific barcodes, enabling the sequencing of many cells at the same time.
Learn about a practical, high-throughput method for validating the target-specificity of antibodies for the application of western blot.
Using electrochemical detection and redox labels, researchers have created a new, faster method to sequence DNA.
Researchers have measured the gene expression of healthy and cancerous single cells from breast tissue, creating an 'RNA atlas'.
A spatial atlas of early-stage lung cancer has been compiled at single-cell resolution, revealing new therapeutic targets.