Dr. John Pollock’s lab, at Duquesne University, presents a method to validate tail vein injections in rats with near-infrared fluorescence imaging.
Dr. Meng How Tan’s lab, at the Genome Institute of Singapore, describes a protocol for genome editing in mammalian cell lines using CRISPR-Cas.
Dr. Laura Sanchez, at the University of Illinois at Chicago, and colleagues demonstrate a method for detecting small molecule communication between tissues and cells using imaging mass spectrometry.
Dr. Stanley Brul, at the University of Amsterdam, and colleagues describe a protocol for using super resolution microscopy and fluorescent receptor proteins to visualize germinosomes in Bacillus subtilis spores.
Dr. David Leibowitz and colleagues, at Hadassah Medical Center, demonstrate a digital platform for monitoring cardiac rehabilitation patients at home.
Dr. Dominik Munz’s lab, at Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg, presents a protocol for the isolation of stable heterocyclic carbenes.
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