Detection of RNAs with flow cytometry

Director of International Programs at the Ragon Institute, MGH, MIT, and Harvard

Preparing Your Clinical Laboratory for High Throughput Buccal Swab DNA Purification

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Statin Myopathy: When might it be autoimmune?

Director of the Johns Hopkins Myositis Center

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Israeli Device Measures Foreign Matter in Lungs

Firefighters and rescue workers who conducted the rescue and cleanup operations at Ground Zero from September 2001 to May 200...

Peeking Penguin Prop Gets Up Close And Personal

For years animal researchers have struggled with the problem of observing species in the wild. The very act of trying to obse...

Stem Cells Can be Spurred to Aid the Immune System in Battling Infection

Scalloped and Yorkie genes found to be role players Scientists from the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) h...

What To Know About The New HPV Vaccine

The FDA says the new HPV vaccine, Gardasil 9, has the potential to prevent about 90 percent of cervical, vulvar, vaginal, and anal cancers. [Source: Newsy Science]

More on electric eels

A very unusual fish to say the least.

Electric eels can produce a shock at up to 600 volts with a current of 1 ampere (600 watts) for up to two milliseconds.

Hydrographic Sampling during CLIVAR S4P Cruise

This PolarTREC video by Juan BOTELLA entitled, "Southern Seas Hydrography" features the collection and preparation of ocean hydrographic samples to obtain data via various chemical analyses. The CLIVAR and Carbon S4P Cruise took place in the Southern Ocean from February 20 to April 23, 2011 aboard the U. S. Research vessel and icebreaker Nathaniel B. PALMER for the PolarTREC Project:  "Sea water property changes in the Southern Ocean".

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