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radiobiology
Laboratory TechniquesProtocols
December 5, 2019

What is Autoradiography?

As an Amazon Associate, ConductScience Inc. earns revenue from qualifying purchases Autoradiography is an imaging technique that uses radioactive sources contained within the exposed sample. In vitro autoradiography methods involve the isolation of cellular components such as DNA, RNA, proteins or lipids, followed by labeling with suitable radioisotopes. In in…
lab management
Lab BasicsLab Management
November 21, 2019

Laboratory Quality Control

What is Laboratory Quality Control? Laboratory quality control is all the measures put in place to eliminate the risk of non-conforming outcomes. It involves systems that safeguard the accuracy, reliability, and timeliness of lab results by ensuring the early detection of results or measurement errors and the procedures to rectify…
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PodcastPodcast: Method Section
November 20, 2019

The Method Section: What we Believe

The Method Section: What we Believe 00:00 – Intro 03:04 – Magenta isn’t real 04:02 – Superstitious behaviour 07:16 – Trust 10:01 – Environmental responsibility and recycling 13:35 – Bargaining behaviour and fairness 15:24 – Ending and outro   You can listen to The Method Section by using the player…
Centrifugation
Lab Basics
November 15, 2019

Centrifugation for Researchers

Centrifugation is a useful way to separate particles using a centrifuge, and it is a method that has many applications in the life sciences, particularly in molecular biology. There are different types of centrifuges that can be used for various applications, including research into organelles and biological molecules. Theory of…
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PodcastPodcast: Method Section
November 12, 2019

The Method Section: P-Values

The Method Section: P-Values 00:00 – Intro 02:41 – P-values 04:26 – What is a p-value? 13:07 – P-hacking 16:06 – Common p-value mistakes 21:40 – Ending and outro You can listen to The Method Section by using the player above, searching for "The Conduct Science Podcast" on any place…
u-grants
Grants and Funding
November 8, 2019

U Grants

If you are here looking for the information about the National Institutes of Health (NIH) U Grants, then the chances are you are already somewhat familiar with the vast structure of 27 different NIH institutes and centers (ICs) and a huge variety of federal funding grants differentiated by activity codes. Every…
Quinolinic acid rat HD model
Protocols
November 8, 2019

Quinolinic acid rat HD model

Huntington’s disease (HD) is an inherited autosomal dominant neuropathological disease caused by a mutation in the huntingtin gene (htt). Preclinical animal models are necessary for the study of HD and the development of therapeutic interventions for the disease. Ideally, an animal model should demonstrate all the behavioral and neuropathological characteristics…
Measuring Research Success: H-index Scores in Science
Science
November 7, 2019

Measuring Research Success: H-index Scores in Science

H-index scores are popular metrics used to assess scientific performance. They can indicate both the quantity and quality of a scientist’s work, based on the number of publications they have published and their citation rates. The larger the number of cited papers a researcher has, the higher the h-index they…
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