Vancomycin-Resistant Enterococci (VRE) Detection in 20 minutes

According to WebMD, whom I credit for this information, Vancomycin-resistant enterococci (VRE) are a type of bacteria called enterococci that have developed resistance to many antibiotics, especially vancomycin. Enterococci bacteria live in our intestines and on our skin, usually without causing problems. But if they become resistant to antibiotics, they can cause serious infections, especially in people…

13/08/15: Identifying Early Lead Targets Against GPCR and Ion Channel

Download Molecular Devices eBook to learn about novel applications and solutions for identifying early leads against GPCRs and ion channel targets. Includes links to application notes, posters and webinars on: Comparison of intracellular calcium measurements Potassium ion channel assay for high-throughput screening Characterization of hERG channel blockers High-throughput cardiotoxicity assays using stem cell-derived cardiomyocytes If you…

25/04/14: Happy DNA Day 2014!

Did you know that there was such a thing as DNA Day? I didn’t, but now I do!  To celebrate, IDT are making a very generous offer of 50% discount on selected qPCR products until April 30th 2014. Since these products are the end result of IDT’s  unparalleled synthesis platform and bioinformatics, this is a…