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Life Science Research is a monthly journal in print publishing articles on basic, applied and translational research in any discipline of Life Sciences and provides a forum for discussion to academic and industrial researchers. The journal publishes research papers, reviews, case studies, tools and techniques and short communications.
Apart from original articles the journal publishes about break through discoveries in tools and techniques, published in other peer reviewed journals, products and services supporting life science research as reports, news, updates, tutorials, case studies etc.
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Engineers at Washington University in St. Louis and Princeton University developed a new way to dive into the cell's tiniest and most important components.
The conventional way of placing protein samples under an electron microscope during cryo-EM experiments may fall flat when it comes to getting the best picture of a
The researchers designed two proteins that allow the integration of laminin-α4 and anchor it to the muscle cell. “Using these linkers, we were able to stabilize the muscle
The University is working in collaboration with Avacta Life Sciences, a Leeds spin-out company, and has developed a tool called Affimer technology
Salk scientists have developed a new high-throughput technique to determine which proteins in a cell interact with each other. Mapping this network of interactions,
Lonza announced the release of a new FAQ Tech Tip, “Data Integrity for Endotoxin Testing” for its QC Insider™ Toolbox. Since data integrity is a fundamental component of
FORMULATRIX® announced today that the next generation CONSTELLATION® Digital PCR System will be revealed at the qPCR and Digital PCR Congress
Agilent Technologies Inc. introduced its newest next-generation sequencing (NGS) library prep solution — Agilent SureSelectXT HS — a complete target enrichment research solution
A new series of leakproof vials has been developed to provide sample protection and user safety by enabling correct cap application every time. The unique lid-lock design
For the rigorous requirements of molecular biology, genomic and forensic research facilities, new universal containers are specifically lot tested and certified to be free from RNase, DNase, human DNA and pyrogens.