How to cite research reagents in your paper
This article provides a guide on how to cite research reagents within your paper, to allow other scientists to procure the same reagents in order to reproduce and build upon your work.
A comparison between polyclonal and monoclonal antibodies
Polyclonal and monoclonal antibodies differ greatly in their production and their uses. This article outlines the key differences, advantages and disadvantages of polyclonal and monoclonal antibodies.
This article compares the price differences between antibodies sourced from the OEM's and relabelled versions available from antibody vendors.
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The Relabelling Racket
Almost exactly a year ago today a study was released in the journal PLOS which states $28 billion is spent in the United States each year on biomedical research that can’t be reproduced by other researchers. This is one of the most provocative analyses that have been presented in recent years, among several other studies that have had similar conclusions. In response, the National Institutes of Health (NIH) issued new criteria for grant reviews aimed at bolstering the reproducibility of NIH-funded research.
An introduction to allergy and chimeric human IgE mAbs
Allergy is an IgE-mediated immune reaction triggered by specific allergens followed by a series of clinical symptoms, such as itching, sneezing, and running nose. Serum concentrations of allergen-specific IgE and the ratio of specific IgE to total IgE are correlated with the appearance of allergic symptoms.
Why use oligoclonals as secondary antibodies?
This article introduces oligoclonal antibodies and explains the benefits of using them as secondary antibodies.
An introduction to the commercial practice of relabelling research antibodies
This article discusses the commercial practice of relabelling research antibodies, including the extent of this business model and its negative implications.