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The Science Advisory Board report shows increase in usage of key protein research techniques
The utilization of protein research techniques such as ELISA and Western blot, by drug discovery researchers, have increased from 45 to 59 percent and from 46 to 58 percent respectively from 2002 to 2006. "The increased utilization of these two techniques over the past four years is perhaps due in part to improvements involving capillaries to speed testing and the trend to associate basic protein techniques with complementary separation techniques such as liquid chromatography," remarks Dr. Tamara Zemlo, Executive Director of The Science Advisory Board.
The Science Advisory Board recently released its latest report, "The Tools and Techniques of Drug Discovery Vol. 2". This report is based on the responses of 611 drug discovery researchers who completed a questionnaire fielded by The Science Advisory Board between June 19 and 30, 2006 and includes a comparison to results found in the Volume 1 report, published in 2002.
This study presents baseline data on the utilization of various tools and techniques within the scope of drug discovery research with a specific focus on Real-Time PCR, DNA microarrays and RNAi. The report examines at nucleic acid research techniques, protein research techniques, and cell-based techniques, as well as a comparison of the top ten techniques utilized by researchers in 2002 and 2006 and a breakdown of researchers who currently perform real-time PCR, DNA microarrays, and RNA.
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Sigma-Aldrich announced that BioInformatics, LLC, reports that the Company's online product catalog is considered by scientists to be "most useful" and "easiest to use". "Our catalog team represents the long-term commitment of some of our most experienced scientists and talented publicatio ... more
According to new research from BioInformatics, LLC the print and online catalogs from Sigma-Aldrich are seen by life scientists as being the "most useful" and "easiest to use." However, in ranking the "most visually appealing" catalogs, Invitrogen ranked tops for online catalog and New Engl ... more
Recent global survey reveals that female scientists are more likely to be dissatisfied with salary/benefits, job availability, gender barriers, and how they feel valued as scientists than their male colleagues (within a 5% range). The Science Advisory Board’s “Global Science 2015” survey so ... more
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