CST BLOG: Lab Expectations

The official blog of Cell Signaling Technology (CST), where we discuss what to expect from your time at the bench, share tips, tricks, and information.

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A Guide to Successful Research Collaboration

Science is a combined effort that surpasses geographic and cultural boundaries. To solve complex glo...
Kenneth Buck, PhD Jun 5, 2024

How to Detect Protein Methylation

Protein methylation is a ubiquitous and critical post-translational modification (PTM) in eukaryotes...

Autophagy: It’s a Cell-Eat-Self World

If the thought of self-cannibalization is not appealing to you, you may not want to read the next se...
Alexandra Foley May 22, 2024

Beyond Your Primary Antibody: What You Need for a Successful Chromatin Profiling Experiment

If you’ve performed CUT&RUN, CUT&Tag, or ChIP/ChIP-seq experiments, you know how important i...
Andrea Tu, PhD May 8, 2024

Mastering the Many Forms of Scientific Writing in Academia

In the science discipline, the art of communication is not a mere accessory—it is the linchpin of pr...
Alexandra Foley May 1, 2024

AACR 2024 Highlights: The Era of Data and Omics Has Arrived

Spatial biology, cell therapy, targeted protein degradation, omics, and large-scale computational an...
Alexandra Foley Apr 24, 2024

Interrogating Immunometabolism in the TME Using a Metabolic Checkpoint

Previously considered distinct disciplines, the fields of immunology and metabolism are converging i...
Jianxin Xie, PhD Apr 17, 2024

The Peer Review Process: What Is It, and How to Suggest Reviewers

Peer review is the independent assessment of a manuscript by experts in related academic fields. It ...
Kenneth Buck, PhD Apr 10, 2024

Characterizing the Autophagic-Lysosomal Pathway in Parkinson’s Disease

We’re proud to partner with The Michael J. Fox Foundation for Parkinson’s Research (MJFF) to move PD...

Employee-Directed Global Giving Provides $150K for Humanitarian Causes

At Cell Signaling Technology (CST), our philosophy of giving and supporting those in need is at the ...
Krystyna Hincman Mar 20, 2024

Five Reasons to Choose a Conjugation Service Over an Antibody Labeling Kit

The need for antibody conjugation is on the rise due to the increased use of multiplexing. Not only ...
Alexandra Foley Mar 6, 2024

Networking at Conferences: Five Tips for the Introverted Scientist

Networking is an important part of any research career,1 with many experts considering networking an...
Kenneth Buck, PhD Feb 28, 2024

Introducing the Winners of the 4th Annual Rising Black Scientists Awards

We’re thrilled to announce the winners of the 4th annual Rising Black Scientists Awards essay compet...
Reaiah Brown Johnson Feb 15, 2024

CUT&Tag DNA Library Yield: What to Do if Yours Is Too Low to Detect with an Agilent Bioanalyzer or TapeStation System

Chromatin profiling with methods like ChIP-Seq, CUT&RUN, and now CUT&Tag have significantly ...
Andrea Tu, PhD Feb 5, 2024

How to Perfect Your Elevator Pitch

Networking and self-promotion are essential parts of any scientist's career, and while many might fi...
Alexandra Foley Dec 20, 2023

How to Control Your Apoptosis, Autophagy, and Mitophagy Western Blots

Have you ever spent time treating cells, preparing cell extracts, and performing a western blot only...
Whitney Palmer Dec 4, 2023

Application-Specific Antibody Validation: Finding an IHC-Validated Claudin-6 mAb

Developing research antibodies is an extensive process that takes advantage of an animal’s adaptive ...
Alexandra Foley Nov 15, 2023

CST Products Lead CiteAb’s Top-Cited Antibodies List for the 7th Year Running

Every summer, the scientific community waits with bated breath for CiteAb to reveal the 100 most-cit...
Alexandra Foley Nov 1, 2023

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