Another DNA damage experiment that I’ve been trying to get working in our lab is called the gamma-H2AX assay. And if you’ve been following my blog for a while, then you’ll know that back in late February I travelled to Oxford to learn the technique at one of the Public Health England labs. This assay… Continue reading The benefits of hydrophobic materials
As promised, today is my first feature – a summary of an interesting science paper I’ve read. Because this week we have had World Environment Day and today is actually World Oceans Day, I wanted to talk about something I have read related to that. Nearly every news site this week has been reporting on… Continue reading Paper feature: plastic pollution in the soil
So if you’ve been keeping up with my posts then you have probably realised by now that most of the experiments that I carry out in the lab are for testing how much damaged DNA is present in a cell. And so I thought it would be useful to explain a little bit more about… Continue reading Why look at damaged DNA?
Hello everyone! Sorry that I have been a little quiet here lately – lab work has picked up the pace a bit and so I’m still trying to adjust to balancing everything. Unfortunately it was my blog that had to take the backseat, but I’ll try and get back into posting regularly… pinky promise! A… Continue reading My monthly feature… decided!