April 12, 2022
What is ELISA in lab?

ELISA is a revolutionary technique that uses enzyme-linked immunosorbent assays to detect a protein, which in this case is Factor IX. Hemophilia drugs are developed by using this protein and Dr. Lisa is trying to produce Factor IX with the help of a new cell line. Using ELISA, she can determine which cells will produce […]

March 15, 2022
Antistrep Antibody Titer

An anti strep antibody titer is a measurement of the amount of antibodies a person has to a substance called streptolysin O. This protein, produced by the group A streptococcus bacteria, causes hemolysis. High titres can damage the heart and joints, but the good news is that the treatment for this infection is penicillin. This […]

March 10, 2022
A Brief Introduction to ASRS

An automated storage and retrieval system eliminates the necessity for physical motion and the danger of human error. Over the last two years, businesses across the globe were forced to halt manufacturing or sit idly by whereas their products were stuck mid-transportation, leading to unhappy customers and misplaced revenue. Automate-OnReduce dealing with errors, enhance inventory […]

March 10, 2022
A 2mL Deep Well Plate Is a Versatile Tool For Many Types of Chemistry Experiments

A 2mL deep well plate is a versatile tool for many types of chemistry experiments, including sample collection, storage, and screening. The rounded wells and U-bottom design of these plates ensure that no particulates escape, thereby allowing for easy labelling and identification. The two-inch long, 96-well plates have a functional temperature range of -20°C to […]

March 8, 2022
SONY ILX511B - Low-Cost Alternative to the Hamamatsu S10420 and S11639

The SONY ILX511B is a linear CCD image sensor with a rectangular reduction type. This product is designed for optical measuring equipment, bar code POS hand scanners, and security applications. The ILX511B is a low-cost alternative to the Hamamatsu S10420 and S11639. Its sensitivity is ultra-high and makes it ideal for many applications. The ILX511B […]

March 4, 2022
Nucleic Acid Extraction

There are a number of ways to extract nucleic acids from DNA and RNA. Friedrich Miescher's first isolation of deoxyribonucleic acid took place in 1869. Today, this procedure is routine in forensic and molecular biology. However, there are a number of steps involved in the process. In this article, we'll look at some of them. […]

March 2, 2022
The Benefits of a UTM Tube

A UTM tube is a swab used to collect specimens from the nasal cavity. These tubes are available in bulk and in packs of different combinations of swabs for sample collection. The UTM tube is made of polypropylene and can withstand centrifugation and static extrusion. It also has a distinctive internal conical shape that is […]

March 1, 2022
What Is An HBs Elisa?

The HBs elisa is used to measure levels of the HBsS antigen in the blood of people who have the disease. The test is accurate up to a standard range of 0-10 nUnit/ml. In the study, a serum sample from a control subject was used to test the ELISA against 15 individuals immunized with HBsAg. […]

February 24, 2022
What's An Elisa Hiv Test?

As the colour in the dish is an indicator of whether the result's unfavorable or constructive these numbers give the result extra precisely than just a simple ‘positive’ or ‘negative’ answer. A chemical, referred to as a buffer, to facilitate the testing course of is added. Antibodies take longer to produce and aren't normally detectable […]

December 18, 2021
How Does Lateral Inhibition Within The Visual System Work?

Stronger indicators inhibit neighboring cells to a higher degree than weaker indicators . This activity allows the brain to find out the precise level of contact. Areas of the body with higher contact acuity, such as the fingertips and tongue, have a smaller receptive subject and a higher concentration of sensory receptors. Lateral inhibition is the […]

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