The Potential of Proteomics: A Clear Path to Discovery


Posted by Carolyn P on Jan 11, 2017 3:00:00 AM

Whether your lab is well-versed and equipped to do Mass Spec analysis in-house or your lab has never considered setting up a proteomics experiment before, the Proteomics group at CST has a solution to help clear the way.  Click below to watch the video and learn more.

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Topics: Proteomics, PTMScan, techniques

Why High Concentration doesn't always mean good Antibody Performance.


Posted by Carolyn P on Dec 14, 2016 3:00:00 AM

If you buy primary antibodies from different places, you may have noticed that many companies list the size of their products in micrograms per ml (i.e., by weight). You may have also noticed that CST does not - CST antibodies are listed by performance (e.g., 10 western blots) instead.

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Topics: Antibody Performance, Primary Antibodies

Webinar | Deciphering Cancer: Genomic Instability in Cancer


Posted by Carolyn P on Nov 30, 2016 3:00:00 AM

 

While it is well established that DNA damage can increase the risk of cancer, changes to the epigenome or the chromatin architecture are equally important. DNA damage triggers a redistribution of DNA-binding proteins around the site of damage, resulting in localized and temporary alteration of chromatin structure. However, repeated cycles of DNA damage and repair may lead to permanent changes in the epigenome, thereby promoting the onset of diseases such as cancer. This webinar will examine how we may be able to develop effective new therapeutic options for cancer treatment by targeting proteins responsible for chromatin modifications.

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Topics: Cancer Immunology, Cancer Research, Webinars

3 Questions to ask before starting your next immunofluorescence experiment.


Posted by Carolyn P on Sep 7, 2016 3:00:00 AM

Specificity, consistency, and optimized assay conditions are three key elements that help ensure reliable immunofluorescence (IF) staining results each and every time. So, before starting an experiment you should ask yourself the following three questions:

  • Is your antibody specific?
  • Is your antibody supported by an optimized IF protocol?
  • Is your antibody performing consistently?

Let's take them each in turn...

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Topics: Protocols, Primary Antibodies, Antibody Validation, IF-IC, Cell Biology, techniques

Webinar | Targeting Cancer Pathways: Understanding Immune Checkpoints


Posted by Carolyn P on Aug 17, 2016 3:00:00 AM

 
In this webinar, the speakers will explore how tumors exploit immune modulatory mechanisms to generate and thrive in their own immunosuppressive microenvironment. In addition, they will:
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Topics: Cancer Immunology, Cancer Research, Webinars

The Reproducibility Crisis: An open letter from CST's Chief Scientific Officer


Posted by Carolyn P on Aug 10, 2016 3:00:00 AM

A Message from our Chief Scientific Officer, Roberto Polakiewicz, Ph.D.

The time is now for the scientific community to come together to respond to the challenges of reproducibility and to be part of the solution . . . 

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Topics: Reproducibility

Webinar | Key Signaling Pathways in Cancer: Links to Developmental Biology


Posted by Carolyn P on Jul 27, 2016 3:00:00 AM

It is notable that the same pathways governing the cell growth, death, and differentiation decisions made during embryonic development are also common drivers of adult malignancy. In this webinar, we will explore the idea that a better understanding of developmental biology signaling pathways will advance our understanding of adult tumors and cancer stem cells as well as boost our ability to create effective therapeutics to fight a broad array of cancers.

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Topics: Developmental Biology, Webinars

Investing in our Communities and Promoting Science Education


Posted by Carolyn P on Jul 20, 2016 3:00:00 AM

If you want to build a ship, don't drum up the men to gather wood, divide the work and give orders. Instead, teach them to yearn for the vast and endless sea.
- Antoine de St. Exupery

Every generation has its dreamers; pioneering individuals who aren’t satisfied with the status quo, but who will drive forward towards something bigger, something better . . . 

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Topics: Corporate Social Responsibility, CSR

Roundtable Discussion on Antibody Validation


Posted by Carolyn P on Feb 17, 2016 3:00:00 AM

Antibody Validation Roundtable: Specificity + Sensitivity + Reproducibility = Validation 

Concerns about the use of incorrectly or insufficiently characterized antibodies in biomedical research have been raised by recent reports of nonreproducible research studies. Non-reproducible research studies have resulted in loss of time, resources, and scientific reputation, with publication retractions occurring in certain cases.

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Topics: Antibody Performance, Primary Antibodies, Antibody Validation, Webinars, Reproducibility

Webinar | Targeting Cancer Pathways: Understanding Immune Checkpoints


Posted by Carolyn P on Feb 3, 2016 3:00:00 AM

In this webinar, the speakers will explore how tumors exploit immune modulatory mechanisms to generate and thrive in their own immunosuppressive microenvironment. In addition, they will:
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Topics: Cancer Immunology, Cancer Research

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