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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#Antibodies Go Social

It began with an Instagram pic of a 100 uL tube:
Tara W May 2, 2018

Pi Day: More Popular Than You Might Figure

It's Pi Day! 3.14! π! We've celebrated before, but this year we wanted to do something bigger. Don't...
Chris Sumner Mar 14, 2018

Romantic Reagents

It’s Valentine’s Day. You can’t put out that bowl of candy hearts because…NO FOOD IN THE LAB!!! Okay...
Chris Sumner Feb 14, 2018

Happy Holidays from CST!

It's hard to believe that another year is almost over. We hope you're having a lovely holiday season...
Chris Sumner Dec 27, 2017

🎶   Summertime and the livin's easy  🎶

Once a year, we slow the centrifuges, quit the cloning, and lose the lab coats, all in honor of rela...
Chris Sumner Aug 16, 2017

Postcards from AACR

Cancer research is near and dear to our hearts, but so is having a good time. AACR is an annual oppo...
Chris Sumner May 17, 2017

Beat the Blues of Writing a Scientific Rebuttal

You are glaring at your computer screen with a million thoughts in your head. You just got back the ...
Neha G Jan 18, 2017

Season's Greetings from CST!

The holiday season is traditionally marked by festive choral music, decorated cookies, and in recent...
Kenneth Buck, PhD Dec 21, 2016

A CST scientist's take on the SfN meeting.

This year’s Society for Neuroscience (SfN) was held in beautiful San Diego, CA. More than 30,000 neu...
Richard Cho, PhD Dec 7, 2016

What Assay Should You Be For Halloween?

On this day of ghosts, ghouls, and other scary things, we got to thinking about how we would respond...
Kira H Oct 28, 2015

POSTER | Tumor Immunology: Examining the Microenvironment

The immune system is tasked with distinguishing ‘self’ from ‘non-self’. Tumors can, quite often, be ...
Liana G Oct 21, 2015

History of the Monoclonal Antibody - Part I

Monoclonal antibodies are a pretty ubiquitous research tool. In fact, you’d be hard-pressed to find ...
Carolyn P Aug 26, 2015

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