TOC in Pharma
From cleaning validation to total protein determination - this eBook provides you with some insights on how to master some of the most common TOC analysis tasks in the pharmaceutical industry.
Getting the Inside Story: In Vivo Imaging
Historically, researchers have been forced to investigate organismal function and malfunction by developing in vitro experimental models designed to mimic one mechanism or system. While in vitro work, bit by bit, has greatly improved our understanding of biology, it has been generally unable to capture the intricate interplay so vital to regulating function and homeostasis.
Simple as a Selfie: One-Button Scientific Imaging
To explore biological systems, researchers perform experiments designed to generate a signal corresponding to a marker or mechanism of interest. Proper signal visualization, detection, and quantification are therefore paramount to the acquisition of accurate and reproducible data...
The Versatility of Modern Imaging Systems
Imaging systems have required significant technical know-how in order to wade through the tedious work of optimizing and compositing images to get the clearest view. Not so much anymore...
Mass Spectrometry Resource Guide
The PlasmaQuant MS series of ICP-MS solutions provides researchers and laboratories with high sensitivity, maximum sample throughput, and lowest costs per samples. This eBook will discuss applications including analysis of drinking water, geological materials, beverages, and biological materials.
Advancements in ICP-MS Technology Deliver Solutions for Novel Applications
There have been several exciting advancements in inductively coupled plasma–mass spectrometry (ICP-MS), an analytical technique that offers multielement capabilities, high sensitivity, limited interference effects, high precision, and excellent accuracy. Discover how these new advancements can be applied to challenging applications including biologics and forensics analysis.
DNA Extraction: No Beads Required
150 years after it was first performed, new technologies and methods continue to promote DNA extraction's accessibility, accuracy, and ease of use.