Interpreting Multiplexing Data and Cell Health
Learn from multimedia and interactive exercises how to interpret multiplexing data to distinguish between apoptosis, necrosis and nonproliferation.
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Resources for Educators
Here you will find lectures, labs and teaching guides on topics ranging from DNA purification to emerging infectious disease. Download lecture presentations, animations, and laboratory protocols for your classroom and teaching laboratory.
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Units flagged with the pencil and calculator are writing and math intensive.