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Single-Cell RNA Sequencing Upgrades Sensitivity

A new method for DNA amplification and sequencing called TAS-Seq improves the accuracy of single-cell RNA sequencing (scRNA-seq). TAS-Seq uses a terminal transferase enzyme that amplifies and sequences DNA complementary to mRNA (cDNA) in solid phase on a nanowell/magnetic bead-based cell isolation p... More


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GEN Protocols Expert Exchanges: Critical ALS Biomarkers of Neuroinflammation & Oxidative Stress

Biomarkers are essential tools for the development of therapeutics, clinical trial design and patient stratification. Biomarkers also help evaluate the efficacy of therapeutic intervention on disease progression or relapse. Yet, biomarker driven patient stratification, a hallmark in oncology trials,... More


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AI-Powered Phenotypic Profiling Revolutionizes Drug Discovery

Today, nine out of ten drugs fail in clinical trials. Furthermore, it takes over a decade and an average cost of $2 billion to develop and approve each medicine.1 An important underlying reason is the gap that exists between cell-based in vitro research and clinical research—often referred to as the... More


Protocol

Long Term Storage, Recycling and Simplified Calcium Phosphate Transfection Protocols for Cell Cultures

Long term storage of cells is vital for use in the future experiments. Current methods of storing cells under liquid nitrogen vapor is costly, and requires regular monitoring and filling of the storage tank. We stored several cell lines in -80oC freezer over a decade and revived them successfully. S... More


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Bio-Electrospraying and Cell Electrospinning: A Sea of Applications

Electrospraying and electrospinning have been used for a wide range of applications ranging from coatings, propulsion, and pesticide sprays to scaffolding a wide range of advanced materials for applications in filtration and tissue engineering. Although electrospun scaffolds have been explored as ti... More


Protocol

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


Mixer

Organoids for Airway and Alveolar Disease Modeling

In this Mixer, we will discuss the development of respiratory airway and alveolar organoids derived from human iPSCs and how these are used in modeling respiratory diseases such as cystic fibrosis. Airway organoid models can be used for testing the therapeutic efficacy of candidate drugs for respira... More


Mixer

Cell Therapy: Autologous vs Allogeneic Cell Expansion

This Mixer discusses culture systems, integrated consumables, and technical considerations for cell expansion processes in the production of autologous and allogeneic cell therapy products. Our expert panelists will discuss the implementation of scalable, cost-efficient technologies and process opti... More


Protocol

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


Application

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


Protocol

Long Term Storage, Recycling and Simplified Calcium Phosphate Transfection Protocols for Cell Cultures

Long term storage of cells is vital for use in the future experiments. Current methods of storing cells under liquid nitrogen vapor is costly, and requires regular monitoring and filling of the storage tank. We stored several cell lines in -80oC freezer over a decade and revived them successfully. S... More


Protocol

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


Protocol

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


Protocol

Filter Capture, Extraction, and Sequencing of Coastal Metagenomes

In order to analyze the metagenomes of coastal microbial communities, we have standardized a protocol to collect, extract, and sequence near-shore microbiome samples. This procedure involves on-site filter capture of microbiomes from coastal water, DNA extraction via ceramic bead processing and sili... More


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Radiolabelling Nucleic Acids with [γ-32P] ATP for Analytical Assays

Nucleic acids are readily modified with tags that enable detection, purification, or tracking their interactions with other molecules. One of the standard labels used to generate nucleic acid probes includes radioactive phosphates because they allow for sensitive and rapid detection. This protocol d... More


Protocol

Streamlined High Throughput Drug Screening with PrimeSurface® White 384 well 3D plates

Using PrimeSurface® white plate, cancer spheroid cells can be formed and tested for drug screening using luminescence viability assay in the same well without the need for reagent transfer. This streamlined process shortens the experimental steps and time required in drug testing thus providing a ro... More


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How to run cryopreservation protocols using a VIA Freeze™ system

The purpose of this protocol is to give the reader a comprehensive understanding of how to set up and operate the Cytiva VIA Freeze™ Uno, VIA Freeze™ Duo, and VIA Freeze™ Quad units.This protocol applies to anyone performing a procedure with the VIA Freeze™ units. Once training on this document is c... More


Protocol

Isolation of Mononuclear Cell Fractions Using Your Sepax™ System

The purpose of this protocol is to provide instructions on how to isolate mononuclear cell fractions of apheresis product, bone marrow, or umbilical cord blood using the Sepax™ system with initial volumes of 30 to 120 mL and selectable final volumes of 8-20 mL or 45 mL. This protocol applies to anyo... More


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Cell culture CO2 incubator decontamination process using hydrogen peroxide vapor for highly regulated and general cell culture protocols

The value of the laboratory cell culture incubator used in highly regulated research and clinical protocols is directly related to the proportion of incubator uptime vs. downtime in applications where frequent interior chamber decontamination is required or desired. The need for interior decontamina... More


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Multiplexed, trackable CRISPR-based genome engineering for optimization of heterologous protein expression and activity in E. coli

This work demonstrates the use of the Onyx platform for interrogation and optimization of heterologous proteins in E. coli. Compared to traditional methods for protein engineering, such as random mutagenesis or targeted site-directed mutagenesis approaches, the Onyx technology dramatically increases... More


Application

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


Application

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


Application

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


Application

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


Application

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


Application

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


Application

Batch-to-batch consistency of premium grade bioactive proteins

​​​​This white paper demonstrates the batch-to-batch consistency of our premium grade bioactive proteins (growth factors and cytokines). Designed to meet the exacting demands of cell and gene therapy applications, our premium grade proteins are ideal for controlled cell culture. ​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​... More


Application

Batch-to-batch consistency of premium grade bioactive proteins

​​​​This white paper demonstrates the batch-to-batch consistency of our premium grade bioactive proteins (growth factors and cytokines). Designed to meet the exacting demands of cell and gene therapy applications, our premium grade proteins are ideal for controlled cell culture. ​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​... More


Application

Technical tips for ELISA and multiplex immunoassay development

Developing a high performance sandwich ELISA or multiplex immunoassay can be complicated, and high performance requires careful development and validation. To help, we have created this guide based on what we have learned during the development of over 500 matched antibody pairs, ELISA kits, and mul... More


Application

Technical tips for ELISA and multiplex immunoassay development

Developing a high performance sandwich ELISA or multiplex immunoassay can be complicated, and high performance requires careful development and validation. To help, we have created this guide based on what we have learned during the development of over 500 matched antibody pairs, ELISA kits, and mul... More


Primer

Single-Cell RNA Sequencing Upgrades Sensitivity

A new method for DNA amplification and sequencing called TAS-Seq improves the accuracy of single-cell RNA sequencing (scRNA-seq). TAS-Seq uses a terminal transferase enzyme that amplifies and sequences DNA complementary to mRNA (cDNA) in solid phase on a nanowell/magnetic bead-based cell isolation p... More


Primer

AI-Powered Phenotypic Profiling Revolutionizes Drug Discovery

Today, nine out of ten drugs fail in clinical trials. Furthermore, it takes over a decade and an average cost of $2 billion to develop and approve each medicine.1 An important underlying reason is the gap that exists between cell-based in vitro research and clinical research—often referred to as the... More


Primer

Bio-Electrospraying and Cell Electrospinning: A Sea of Applications

Electrospraying and electrospinning have been used for a wide range of applications ranging from coatings, propulsion, and pesticide sprays to scaffolding a wide range of advanced materials for applications in filtration and tissue engineering. Although electrospun scaffolds have been explored as ti... More


Mixer

Organoids for Airway and Alveolar Disease Modeling

In this Mixer, we will discuss the development of respiratory airway and alveolar organoids derived from human iPSCs and how these are used in modeling respiratory diseases such as cystic fibrosis. Airway organoid models can be used for testing the therapeutic efficacy of candidate drugs for respira... More


Mixer

Cell Therapy: Autologous vs Allogeneic Cell Expansion

This Mixer discusses culture systems, integrated consumables, and technical considerations for cell expansion processes in the production of autologous and allogeneic cell therapy products. Our expert panelists will discuss the implementation of scalable, cost-efficient technologies and process opti... More


Video

GEN Protocols Expert Exchanges: Critical ALS Biomarkers of Neuroinflammation & Oxidative Stress

Biomarkers are essential tools for the development of therapeutics, clinical trial design and patient stratification. Biomarkers also help evaluate the efficacy of therapeutic intervention on disease progression or relapse. Yet, biomarker driven patient stratification, a hallmark in oncology trials,... More


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