Bradford Assay

(don't) Let them Eat Twinkies

This week, biotech students solve the mystery of the adulterated hummingbird food. Visiting scientists share their experience with biotech students and talked about working at places like Molecular Probes, Invitrogen, Life Technologies, and ColumbiaSoft. And students use DocumentLocator software from ColumbiaSoft to see how paper trails are tracked and used to meet FDA regulatory guidelines and audits.

Assayphile

Is it science or art?  Jennifer tells us about make tubes with lovely colors, better known as Bradford and ß-galactosidase assays, and graphs with Excel.  Guest speakers tell the PCC classes about technology transfer at OHSU and cell culture at Najit Technologies.

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Portland Community College

Catching up with Pictures

Time flies when you're having fun. I am convinced that I had so much fun from the middle of last term to the present that I actually time travelled into the future. OK.

Groundhog Day in Protein Purification

Why are Bradford assays like Groundhog Day? You'll have to read about it to know.

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Portland Community College

The Queens of Troubleshooting

What else can you do when you're out of bubblegum?  Mandy has some suggestions.

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Madison Area Technical College

This week’s blog brought to you by the Biotech Cheer Squad…

This week, Mandy tells us about quality regulations, reading the "The Jungle," and trying grow baby carrots -in culture.

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Madison Area Technical College

You Should Totally Play with Your Food

This isn't just chopped liver. This is a course in Applied Quality Practice!

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Portland Community College
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