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Dr. Ryan Robinson, PhD

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Alumni of: University of Nevada, Reno

Offered pre- and post-sales consultation and support to antibodies-online customers. Provided troubleshooting and technical assistance with proteomics and genomics experiments. Composed and distributed cross-channel digital marketing campaigns.

Articles by Ryan Robinson

Antibody Arrays

Your ELISA kit is missing something! If you're still using ELISA for biomarker analysis, you're missing out on vital insight. You're also leaving time, money, and sample on the table. Learn about antibody arrays, a better solution for complete biomarker analysis. Read more

Five tips for choosing the perfect primary antibody

Here are a few tips to help you minimize the amount of time you spend searching for the right antibody so that you can get your experiment up and running as quickly as possible Read more

An Introduction to Fluorescence (Part 1)

Fluorescence is a property possessed by certain materials, known as fluorophores, by which these materials absorb short-wavelength incident radiation and emit longer-wavelength radiation. Read more

An Introduction to Fluorescence (Part 2)

Fluorescence is among the most extensively studied of all natural phenomena. For most fluorescent probes there are a set of precise measurements that can help a researcher accurately compare the performance of a specific fluorophore. Some of the more commonly referenced criteria are listed below: Read more

Antimicrobial peptides and the innate immune system

Anyone who has taken a collegiate level introductory course in microbiology, medicine, or immunology is aware of the fact that modern multicellular organisms are constantly under assault by a barrage of pathogenic infectious microorganisms. Read more

Gel electrophoresis

Electrophoresis is a common molecular biology technique that is used to separate biological materials by virtue of their size and/or charge. Read more

Proximity Ligation Assay

Traditional methods for identifying protein-protein interactions include a host of complex experiments like two-hybrid assays and co-immunoprecipitations. While these experiments do provide the opportunity to assay interaction, they are not without several well-known and inherent limitations. Read more

Smartox Biotechnology: Synthetic Polypeptide Toxins for Research Applications

Toxins have always captured the interest of curious biomedical and life-science researchers. Early toxicological research predominantly focused on development of therapeutic countermeasures and understanding of the evolutionary framework under which biological toxin development originated. Read more

What is a nanobody?

A nanobody, also known as a single-domain antibody (sdAb), is an antibody fragment consisting of a single monomeric variable antibody domain. Read more

Biotinylated Proteins: Better insight through better binding

The bond between Biotin and Streptavidin is one of the strongest non-covalent bonds ever identified. It is frequently exploited in molecular biology to couple two different molecules that would not traditionally bind each other. Read more

Flow Cytometry Guide (FACS Analysis)

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Publications by Ryan Robinson

Moffat, Robinson, Bakoulis, Clark: "The conserved transmembrane RING finger protein PLR-1 downregulates Wnt signaling by reducing Frizzled, Ror and Ryk cell-surface levels in C. elegans." in: Development (Cambridge, England), Vol. 141, Issue 3, pp. 617-28, (2014) (PubMed).

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