Scientists have had one of their clearest looks yet at the molecular happenings inside a human cell.
Aviva's Immunohistochemistry Kit is intended to provide a simple and convenient detection system for immunohistochemical staining. As such, the kit can be used for the identification of specific constituents in tissue sections or immobilised cells.
Thermo Fisher Scientific has launched its Invitrogen TaqMan and SYBR Green Fast Advanced Cells-to-CT Kits. Users will experience a fast reverse transcriptase reaction and have access to a qPCR master mix system fully optimised to improve sensitivity to detect rare transcripts.
BMG LABTECH's CLARIOstar multimode microplate reader with ACU offers full flexibility in cellular assays, allowing scientists to independently regulate and ramp O2 and CO2 concentrations from 0.1–20% over time.
Paul Young, Professor of Virology and Head of School of Chemistry and Molecular Biosciences, University of Queensland, reflects on his long and rewarding career in virology and the exciting opportunities in the field.
The University of Sydney, Whiteley Corporation and the Innovative Manufacturing Cooperative Research Centre are teaming up to tackle biofilm infections.
BioFlux is a microfluidic platform analysis system with the ability to simultaneously grow up to 96 biofilms under controlled shear conditions. The product features quick and easy set-up with no messy pumps or tubing.
The Australian Society for Microbiology would like to invite you to Queensland for its Annual Scientific Meeting and Trade Exhibition. This year, the meeting will be held in Queensland's capital city, Brisbane, from 1–4 July.
Corning Dissolvable Microcarriers are designed to simplify cell harvest, separation and concentration processes. They arrive pre-sterilised and pre-coated with the user's selected surface coating of either denatured collagen or Synthemax to enhance cell attachment.
The combined scientific meeting of The Australasian Association of Clinical Biochemists and the Australian Institute of Medical Scientists will be held at ICC Sydney from 3–5 September 2018.
Veriflow Legionella from Invisible Sentinel is a molecular detection method that returns results in around 4 h.