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Dr. Chris Mason’s microbiome research helps us better understand what it means to be human.
Inducing apoptosis in therapy-induced senescent cancer cells could help prevent relapse.
Interviews and case studies featuring novel ways in which our customers are using Promega products
Dr. Alan Richardson’s lab uses the NanoBiT® Protein:Protein Interaction System to measure the association of two proteins involved in autophagosome formation in live cells.
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.
“Forever” Chemicals: Forever No More
Scientists have discovered mild conditions that can destroy several types of so-called “forever chemicals”.
CCNE1-Amplified Cancers Targeted Through Synthetic Lethality Involving PKMYT1 Kinase
A study in Nature uncovers a selective PKYMT1 inhibitor that can target cancer cells through a synthetic lethal approach.
PROTAC Virus Vaccines: A New Approach to Vaccine Development
Scientists working on vaccines are looking for easier-to-deliver, faster-to-develop vaccines. Here we highlight work on PROTAC virus vaccines.
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