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IPTG mimics allolactase, a lac operon inducer, and is commonly used in scientific research to create proteins. It does not break down as allolactase would, keeping protein creation in steady production depending on IPTG concentration. Below are recent scientific articles that highlight some IPTG’s applications and the future of its use. Novel sRNAS in E. coli Who: Geunu … Continue reading New IPTG Research (2016)
Improving the Lac System for Synthetic Biology Pallavi Penumetcha, Kin Lau, Xiao Zhu, Kelly Davis, Todd T. Eckdahl, A. Malcolm Campbell Figure 1. The lac system is the most widely used regulatory system in synthetic biology. Synthetic biology is an emerging field of study blending biology with mathematics, computer science, and engineering. Synthetic biologists are … Continue reading IPTG in Synthetic Biology: Top 3 Review Papers
(image via link) An Underlying Killer Diabetes is the 7th leading cause of death. It was listed as the underlying or contributing cause of death in the United States in 2010. In 2012, there were 79 million more Americans aged 20 and older who had become pre-diabetic since 2010, putting the number at 86 million. … Continue reading Current Diabetes Drugs and Research (2016)
A biosensor is a device for the detection of an analyte that combines a biological component with a physicochemical detector component. An analytical device which functions to analyze a sample for the presence of a specific compound is known as sensor. A sensor which utilizes biological material to specifically interact with an analyte is known … Continue reading Biosensors and Diabetes: Trending Applications
Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS): SIDS, a type of SUID, is the sudden, unexplained death of a baby younger than 1 year of age and there is no known cause even after a complete investigation that includes a complete autopsy, examination of the death scene, and review of the clinical history. Below are some myths … Continue reading SIDS Statistics
Tired of wholesale quote requests that take days to weeks? Do you want more product choices, lower prices, personal customer service, and partners that are responsive to your needs? We want to challenge this established way of business with our customer-centric service, cost savings and straight-forward, responsive, professional rapport, so you know who you are dealing … Continue reading Core Reagents For You
Chip Lindgren ran the AG Scientific business for 18 years and has seen a lot in a short span of that time. In this Q&A, we ask the CEO of AG Scientific about what its like to be the boss, getting a glimpse of what it is like to run a life science company. Q: What made you want to start … Continue reading Who’s the Boss? A LifeSciences Company edition: Chip Lindgren
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HIV relies on the host cell it injects itself into to continue the cycle. By implicating road blocks in this process through protease inhibitors, there is a possibility of halting the replication and spread of the HIV virus. The seven steps of the cycle: The first step of the HIV cycle is binding, when the virus first … Continue reading Protease Inhibitors Fighting HIV
What Is a Protease Inhibitor? This is best explained with a basic understanding of HIV biology. Firstly, HIV is a virus that attacks the immune system by infecting cells of the immune system. The infection does not kill the cell immediately, but HIV forces the infected cell to make more copies of itself. Copies leave … Continue reading Protease Inhibitors: Killing Viral Replication