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This fall I am going to assign a unique SARS-CoV2 protein to each student in my biochemistry 1 undergraduate glass. Most assessments will be based on it (e.g. calculating the isoelectric point, describing its molecular structure, any glyocosylation or other modifications, ...Learn More
I would like to share a webinar given by our Field Application Scientist Dr. Wang from our APAC team, entitled as "Detection Method for COVID-19 and Vaccine Development Progress".
Dr. Linfa Wang introduced "COVID-19 and emerging bat zoonotic viruses (EBZV) in a quarter of century". The more you understand the science, the stronger you are when facing with the COVID-19 pandemic.
Some common medicines, such as insulin, are made of proteins so large and fragile that they need to be injected instead of ingested as pills. But a new generation of medicine -- made from smaller, more durable proteins known as peptides -- is on its way!
Does your research involve peptides, and do you often find yourself purchasing different combinations over and over for your experiments? Peptide libraries can vastly decrease screening time and research accuracy by providing hundreds of peptides in parallel. As a result, they ...Learn More