Cell Culture

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

I am NOT a Bull in a China Shop!

This week, Jenn tells us about her pet viruses, dissects a publication, tells us what not to do with SDS-PAGE gels, and shares a bit of job-hunting advice.  Enjoy!

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Portland Community College

My Beginning in a Nutshell

This week, we're glad to welcome Kristine Cerbone, a biotech student student at the State College of Florida, to our wonderful group of student bloggers.  In this week's post, Kristine tells us about making the switch from pre-nursing to biotech and shares some of her experience with growing (and infecting) fibroblasts.

Pins and Needles AND Aseptic Transfers Part 2

What ever happened with Jennifer's media?  Did she manage to keep it clean?  Is she ready for cell culture?  Find out today, in our continuing saga....

Bio-Link Program: 
Portland Community College

Science + Photography = Immunocytochemistry

I love imaging. Especially imaging using antibodies.

I spent a large amount of time recently creating images of differentiated human iPS cells... and I loved it. 

Bio-Link Program: 
Madison Area Technical College
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