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Predictive Low-Glucose Suspend Necessitates Less Carbohydrate Supplementation to Rescue Hypoglycemia: Need to Revisit Current Hypoglycemia Treatment Guidelines

Current guidelines recommend 15–20 g of carbohydrate (CHO) for treatment of mild to moderate hypoglycemia. However, these guidelines do not account for reduced insulin during suspensions with predictive low-glucose suspend (PLGS). We assessed insulin suspensions, hypoglycemic events, and CHO treatme... More


Preparing a Brain-Mimetic 3D Matrix for Culturing Human Pluripotent Stem Cells

This is a protocol for culturing human pluripotent stem cells (hPSCs) using a 3D matrix. It provides instructions for preparing a brain-mimetic 3D scaffold that can support neuronal growth and for culturing hPSCs. This injectable scaffold can be potentially employed in the field of regenerative medi... More


Knock-out cell lines and their use in signaling pathways

Knock-out (KO) cell lines are powerful tools to study disease mechanisms, such as the effect of gene disruption on downstream pathways. In this application note, we highlight the effectiveness of Abcam KO cell lines that can be used to investigate signaling pathways, in this case, the TRAIL pathway.... More


Recombinant RabMAb®: Reliable antibodies for reproducible results

Poorly characterized antibodies often fail to provide consistent, reproducible results, thereby wasting materials, researcher time, and money. Compared to traditional polyclonal and monoclonal antibodies, recombinant antibodies exhibit very little batch-to-batch variability, providing scientists wit... More


Antibody conjugation guide

Antibody conjugation, also known as antibody labeling, is the process of chemically linking an antibody to a specific tag. There are many common methods used to conjugate antibodies, although they can have complex protocols and usually require a certain level of skill and expertise. In this guide, w... More

Annual Guide