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Miltenyi Biotec starts off with a win

Miltenyi Biotec received the Bioz Rising Stars Award 2021 for the Cytokines Category, recognizing Miltenyi as up-and-coming product supplier in this field. 

Shining a spotlight on what powers science: people

Behind every scientific breakthrough are thoughtful and creative people. Their life journeys are intriguing, unexpected and even funny. But above all, they are inspiring. Read or hear the interviews from our new Scientific Spotlight and see why.

Meet the author – publications using UltraMicroscope technology

Conducting a research study and ultimately publishing the results can be a rocky road. In this series of short videos, scientists describe how UltraMicroscope 3D light sheet imaging helped them advance their projects leading to excellent publications.

How the MACSQuant® Tyto® Cell Sorter is helping a Danish research team to develop a new COVID-19 treatment

Read a customer interview about aerosol-free cell sorting from COVID-19 patient material using the MACSQuant® Tyto® Cell Sorter.

Enabling the first human iPS trial of Parkinson’s disease with the MACSQuant® Tyto® Cell Sorter

Find out how the MACSQuant Tyto Cell Sorter helped facilitate GMP-compliant sorting of IPSCs-derived dopaminergic progenitors to enable the first human iPS trial for Parkinson's disease

4 ways your droplet sorter may harm your cells

Are you suffering from poor cell viabilities after cell sorting? Or have you observed low replating efficiencies and expansion rates of your cells after sending them through a traditional droplet-based sorter? Don`t worry, you are not necessarily doing anything wrong. It`s not you, it`s the instrument!

Struggling with cytokine variability every time you purchase a new batch?

Selecting the appropriate growth factors and cytokines for your cell culture studies is critical to the overall success of your results. Cell culture experiments are always subject to a certain degree of variability, and most researchers struggle to minimize inconsistency and improve reproducibility.

8 tips to improve compensation in multicolor flow experiments

Multicolor flow cytometry is one of the most commonly used techniques for acquiring a large quantity of information on several cell subpopulations from a single sample. And a critical component of any multicolor flow experiment is compensation.

Is background signal from antibodies messing up your flow cytometry results?

Flow cytometry enables simultaneous multi-parameter analysis of single cells and has become one of the most powerful tools in biological research today. From analyzing cell size to characterizing cell types in a mixed cell population, flow cytometry helps address a wide variety of research questions.

REA196 – best CD56 antibody clone for flow cytometry

Conjugated to different fluorochromes, the recombinant engineered antibody REA196 is highly recommended to achieve reproducible and consistent CD56 expression data.

How to improve your flow cytometry panel design

The relevance of panel design continues to increase as scientists explore further often to fully utilize their instrument’s available channels of fluorescent detection.

Improve experimental reproducibility in flow cytometry with recombinant antibodies

Recombinant reagents are highly standardized in their structure and performance leading to improved experimental reproducibility. Read more about how recombinant antibodies can enhance the quality of your research.

Keep a heart beating

Pure and extensively characterized preparations of fully functional cardiomyocytes are critical to researching the interplay of cardiomyocytes with other heart cell types.

Exosomes become visible with flow cytometry

Previously believed to be no more than garbage disposal systems of the cell, evidence is rapidly accumulating to the role of exosomes as messengers conveying information between cells.

The best antibody is the best fit

Reliable, consistent, and high-quality research tools are important to safeguard your time and budget.

Immunophenotyping – get the most out of your flow cytometry analysis

Watch our webinar on how to set up a multicolor panel and analyze cell subsets from PBMC or whole blood samples. 

Reliable analysis of tumor subpopulation

Watch our webinar on tumor analysis by flow cytometry

5 ways to simplify your next flow cytometry experiment

Setting up a flow cytometry experiment can be a complicated process. Watch our webinar and learn how to make your life easier.

MIGRATE-ing towards our understanding of Alzheimer's

MIGRATE towards a new way of human risk gene analysis for Alzheimer's disease with the new MIGRATE method from Prof. Renzo Mancuso and Prof. Bart de Strooper.

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