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Connecting Asia Pacific users in the Scientific, Technical, Medical and Scholarly (STMS) field | The Wiley Asia Blog is for the growing number of Asia Pacific users where a number of posts on the latest research in Physical, Health, Life, Social Sciences and Humanities from leading journals and resources can be found.
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Please share with us more about yourself. I was a postdoc at Yale University and start to lunch functional screen in embryonic stem cells. After I established my laboratory in 2007 at Academia Sinica, I set up and performed the first high throughput shRNA in mouse and human embryonic stem cells and an unbiased cDNA […] The post Online Interview : Jean Lu from Academia Sinica on Current Protocols appeared first on Wiley Asia Blog.
About Webinar: Neuroinflammation, defined as the activation of endogenous glial cells and their complex interplay with other cell types via cytokines, chemokines and other factors, is a component of all central nervous system (CNS) injuries, infections, and neurodegenerative diseases. Although neuroinflammation is a normal response to CNS injury, a great deal of emphasis has been […] The post Neuroinflammation Models : Use in Studies of Neurodegeneration and Regeneration appeared […]
What would be the most convenient way to keep up-to-date with latest research when you cannot sit down at your desk all the time to browse one site to another? Wouldn’t it be cool to continue reading the topic you are reading regardless of where you are? Here are 4 ways how mobile apps for […] The post 4 Ways These Fabulous Apps Can Accelerate Your Chemistry Research appeared first on Wiley Asia Blog.
About Webinar: The identification and quantitative measurement of different forms of protein site-specific reversible cysteine modifications remain technically challenging. Many mass spectrometry (MS)-based workflows have been developed, all sharing a common principle of first blocking any free thiol before labeling the specific forms of cysteine modifications that can be reversed by specific reducing agents. In […] The post Free Webinar : Multiplexing Mass Spectrometry-Based […]
Can children of inbred families have significant differences from those of non-inbred families? Researchers explored how body mass index (BMI) was linked to endogamy. Parental consanguinity and degree of inbreeding are most important factors of depression in height, weight and BMI among children. 1,270 children were randomly selected to participate in the study where their […] The post Effects of Inbreeding on Children in India appeared first on Wiley Asia Blog.
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