A Big Milestone for Current Protocols

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A Big Milestone for Current Protocols  

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Celebrating the 25th Anniversary of Current Protocols in Immunology
 
As Current Protocols in Immunology – the gold standard protocol resource- turns 25 this month, Ethan M. Shevach, one of the founding editors, reflects on CPI’s role in the changing field.
 
25 years of Current Protocols in Immunology (CPI)
 
 
Best Practices in Immunology - Enzyme-Linked Immunosorbent Assays
 
Enzyme-linked immunosorbent assays (ELISA) have been the mainstay of detection of a wide variety of proteins for decades. Peter Hornbeck’s newly updated unit in Current Protocols in Immunology provides a comprehensive set of ELISA protocols. This table will help you choose the best ELISA protocol for you.
 
Select the best ELISA protocol for your experiment
 
 
Measuring Apoptosis by Microscopy and Flow Cytometry
 
Microscopy is a simple yet powerful approach to identify the morphological alterations associated with apoptosis and provides a rapid way to analyze and quantify cell death. Flow cytometry is also widely used to quantify cell death using a number of features of apoptotic cells. Emilie Hollville and Seamus Martin from Trinity College, Dublin, Ireland provide eight detailed protocols for studying apoptosis – read Unit 14.38 now and find your favorite!
 
Read it free this month!
 
 
Webinar – Congratulations to Yoshinori Ohsumi Ph.D,
Winner of The 2016 Wiley Prize in Biomedical Sciences!
 
Yoshinori Ohsumi Ph.D, is Professor Emeritus at the National Institute for Basic Biology and at the Graduate University for Advanced Studies. Watch the award presentation and his honorary lecture on his pioneering contributions toward illuminating the processes of autophagy.
 
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