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Dr. Chris Mason’s microbiome research helps us better understand what it means to be human.
This study examines the antioxidative and mitochondrion-protective properties of metformin, a common antidiabetic drug.
Interviews and case studies featuring novel ways in which our customers are using Promega products
Dr. Xie’s group at UTMB developed a NanoLuc® SARS-CoV-2 reporter virus to identify selective inhibitors of SARS-CoV-2.
Immunogenic Cell Death: Methods to Measure Damage Associated Molecular Patterns (DAMP)
Easily monitor immunogenic cell death with two homogeneous, bioluminescent assays.
Lumit™ Cytokine Assays: Interpolating Data with the GloMax® Discover
The GloMax® Discover enables rapid interpolation of unknown cytokine concentrations.
Homogeneous Assays for Triglyceride Metabolism Research
Measuring triglycerides and their metabolism is important for understanding metabolic disease.
Verifying Cell-Based Assays for Use with 3D Models
The use of 3D models provides increased physiological relevance, but it can also present challenges.
Considerations for PCR-Based Viral Assay Development
PCR-based testing is an important tool for detecting SARS-CoV-2 virus in samples.
Small Molecule Therapies and Immunotherapies: An Introduction to Targeted Cancer Treatments
Small molecule therapies and immunotherapies offer great promise for more effective targeted cancer treatments.
Growing Our Understanding of Rose Rosette Virus Through Reverse Genetics
Researchers at Texas A&M University are using a minireplicon, reverse genetics system to characterize the lethal Rose rosette emaravirus.
The Crows Have Ideas
Researchers in Germany investigated linguistic abilities in crows and suggest they may be capable of recursion.
A humorous look at life in the lab by scientist Ed Himelblau
In the News
NASA (October 2022): NASA-Funded Space Radiation Research Fights Cancer on Earth
Madison.com (September 2022): Former UW observatory, now at Promega, named for female astronomer who didn't get Nobel
Business Wire (June 2022): Renewable Sources Now Supplying Over 20% of Promega Global Electricity Use