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Should we define room temperature? Join the discussion in the latest issue of BioTechniques

Written by Francesca Lake (Editor-in-Chief)

Pipette liquid into test tubes for reproducibility in cancer vaccines

This issue of BioTechniques asks a seemingly simple question – should room temperature be defined? Plus, we dive into the future of cancer vaccines in a post-COVID world and present another technique reducing the need for animal-based products in the lab. Check out the full listing for the June issue below.  Technology news  Cancer vaccinations: a personalized approach   Expert Opinion  Room temperature in scientific protocols and experiments should be defined: a reproducibility issue – do you agree? Let us know at @MyBioTechniques  Reports & Benchmarks  Apoptosis assessment in high-content and high-throughput screening assays  Adaptation of the HEp-2 cell line to totally animal-free culture systems...

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