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BioLegend Talkin Immunology with BioLegend Podcast
Welcome to Talkin’ Immunology with BioLegend where we discuss immunology and related topics with scientists and experts in the field.
Rigor and Transparency in Reproducibility with Anita Bandrowski - 12/06/2016

Our guest, Anita Bandrowski from UCSD and SciCrunch, talks about how to make sure your research is transparent, rigorous, and how journals are upping their standards for reagent listings.

Topics

SciCrunch
Resource Identification Initiative
Anita Bandrowski convinces audience that grandmothers do more reproducible science than scientists
BioLegend Joins the Resource Identification Initiative to Improve Research Reproducibility
BioLegend to provide $100,000 in research reagents to The Reproducibility Initiative
CiteAb Reproducibility with Andy Chalmers

Keywords: journals, anita bandrowski, scicrunch, reproducibility, research, BioLegend, podcast



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CiteAb Reproducibility with Andy Chalmers - 11/22/2016

In our latest podcast, we chat with Andy Chalmers about the challenges of research reproducibility and how his website, CiteAb, is striving to better document reagent use in publications.

Topics

CiteAb
BioLegend provides $100,000 in reagents to The Reproducibility Initiative
The Reproducibility of Published Research Blog

Keywords: antibodies, reproducibility, science, podcast, research, Andy Chalmers, BioLegend, journals, publications, validation, knockout, negative control



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CRISPR TV, Neanderthal Immunology, and Smelling Pain - 11/09/2016

We discuss a CRISPR TV show, the genes and diseases inherited from Neanderthals, and how mice can be sensitized to pain by smell.

Topics

How snakes lost their legs
CRISPR TV drama by J-Lo
Autism in neurofibromatosis type 1 linked to a single gene
Mental health issues may originate from breeding with Neanderthals
HPV-16 transferred from Neanderthals
Pain can move from one mouse to another via smell
You smell and mice can tell

Keywords: TLR, Neanderthal, cross-breeding, crispr, jennifer lopez, smell, pain, autism, hpv, papillomavirus, snakes, sonic hedgehog, HOXD, BioLegend, podcast



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Mouse Love Songs, Telomere Stress, and a Nobel Prize for Autophagy - 10/18/2016

Description: We discuss Dr. Ohsumi's Nobel prize, mouse love songs, stress effects on telomeres, and how genetics may explain your food preferences.

Topics

Yoshinori Ohsumi wins Nobel prize for autophagy work
Mice sing ultrasonic love songs
Genetics may explain fat/sugar preferences in food
Early childhood trauma can shorten telomeres in adults
Iron nanoparticles make immune cells attack cancer

Keywords: fatty foods, sugars, mice, love songs, telomere, stress, nobel prize, yoshinori osumi, genetics, podcast, BioLegend, science, autophagy, trauma, cancer, nanoparticles, iron



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CRISPR and Zika Trials, Anthrax Revival, and Lazy Geniuses with Kenta Yamamoto - 08/26/2016

Description: In our latest podcast, we welcome guest Kenta Yamamoto and discuss the newest cancer trials utilizing CRISPR and nanobots, an Anthrax outbreak, and how being lazy might indicate you're actually smart.

Topics

CRISPR trials
Zika virus trials begin
Anthrax outbreak due to thawing in Siberia
Nanorobots used to treat tumor cells
Virus-infected plants become more appealing to bees
Car sickness due to body thinking it's poisoned?
You're not lazy… you have a high IQ

Keywords: CRISPR, tumor, cancer, clinical trials, nanobots, flagella, anthrax, reindeer, Siberia, lazy, virus, plants, bees, cucumber mosaic virus, car sickness, IQ



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Monocytes, the Central Nervous System, and Multicolor Flow Cytometry with Thomas Ashhurst - 06/30/2016

Description: The podcast's newest guest is Thomas Ashhurst, a flow cytometry and viral infection expert from the University of Sydney. Listen in as we discuss monocytes, central nervous system infiltration, and unique flow cytometer setups!

Topics

Flaviviruses on Wikipedia
Inflammatory monocytes and the pathogenesis of viral encephalitis
Therapeutic Inflammatory Monocyte Modulation Using Immune-Modifying Microparticles
A History of Flow Cytometry

Keywords: Thomas Ashhurst, flavivirus, central nervous system, neuroscience, flow cytometry, biolegend, immunology, blood brain barrier, monocytes, stem cells, cell sorting



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GMOs, Organic Food and Science Myths with Lauren Uhde, the Biology Babe - 06/24/2016

Description: In our latest podcast, we welcome guest Lauren Uhde, better known as the Biology Babe. She passionately discusses her CD8+ T cell studies in cancer radiotherapies, GMOs, organic foods, and other science myths she can’t wait to educate the public on.

The Biology Babe

Facebook
Twitter
Instagram
Snapchat
YouTube

Topics

Non-browning Artic Apples®
Academies of Science finds GMOs not harmful to human health
Herbal 'remedy' may trigger widespread kidney failure
Gerson therapy of fruits and coffee enemas
Belle Gibson: Australian blogger who faked cancer faces legal action
Diluted bleach mixture touted as 'miracle cure' despite Health Canada warnings, the fifth estate finds
Why organic doesn't mean pesticide-free
All scientific papers to be free by 2020 under EU proposals

Keywords: CD8 T cells, cancer, tumor, immunology, podcast, biolegend, biology babe, Lauren Uhde, GMOs, non-GMOs, organic, myths, artic apples, belle Gibson, Gerson therapy, radiotherapy



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Sean Parker's Institute for Cancer Immunotherapy, A Flat Earth, and Zika Virus - 04/18/2016

Description: This podcast covers several new topics, including celebrities who are convinced the earth is flat, the growing threat that is Zika virus, and how HIV is eluding CRISPR treatments. We examine increasing cases of diabetes and how finding the "secret sauce" for beta cells might fight this trend. And, we talk about Sean Parker's new $250 million grant to establish the Parker Institute for Cancer Immunotherapy.

Sean Parker sets up $250 million cancer immunotherapy collaboration
Celebrities think the earth is flat
Zika virus confirmed to be linked with microcephaly
Scientists find “secret sauce” for beta cells
Diabetes cases have quadrupled in the last 3 decades
HIV escapes CRISPR
13 people immune to genetic disease

Keywords: Zika virus, HIV, CRISPR, flat earth, tila tequila, B.o.B, Neil deGrasse Tyson, diabetes, beta cells, babies, microcephaly, Sean Parker, cancer, immunotherapy, insulin



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Glycans, Sperm, and Evolution with Pascal Gagneux - 03/18/2016

Description: We're getting the band back together! Our latest podcast invites guest Pascal Gagneux to discuss his thoughts on glycans, evolution, and sex cells!

The Gagneux Lab
The Center for Academic Research and Training in Anthropogeny
Neu5Gc, the Pro-inflammatory Human Xeno-Autoantigen

Keywords: glycans, glycobiology, podcast, Pascal Gagneux, sperm, evolution, biolegend, science, chimpanzees, non-human primates, Neanderthal, pathogen, Ajit Varki



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Cancer Gene Therapy and Comics with Pedro Veliҫa - 01/28/2016

Description: Our guest, Pedro Veliҫa, discusses his work with cancer research, CAR therapies, and how he manages his popular Pedromics comics site!

Pedromics Comics Page
Maternal kisses are not effective in alleviating minor childhood injuries (boo-boos): a randomized, controlled and blinded study
CAR T cell therapy
Immune checkpoints
GoInVivo™ Antibodies

Keywords: immunology, comics, cancer, chimeric antigen receptor, T cells, gene therapy, hypoxia, immune checkpoints, goinvivo, tumors, podcast, pedromics, pedro velica



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2015 in Review, Sun-Stealing Solar Panels, and Light Sabers - 01/11/2016

Description: This podcast looks at the year of 2015 in review, including popular topics like Ebola and CRISPR. We also talk about forgetful voles, one teacher's fear of solar panels, and how we might build a light saber.

Apocalypse Pig: The Last Antibiotic Begins to Fail
Ecology: A world without mosquitoes
Solar Farm Rejected Over Fears it Could Drain the Sun, Cause Cancer
How to Build a Real Lightsaber
Forgetful Male Voles More Likely to Wander From Mate
DNA Editing Shows Success in Mosquito Sterilization
Analysis Gives a Glimpse of the Extraordinary Language of Lying

Keywords: light saber, star wars, solar panel, sun, 2015, podcast, biolegend, immunology, publications, fake, science, grad school, phd, ebola, CRISPR, mosquitoes, voles, memory, antibiotics, colistin, V1aR



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CRISPR Conference, 3D Printing, and Star Wars - 01/05/2016

Description: In this podcast we talk about the use of CRISPR to engineer humans. Is it ethical? Should we do it if it helps humans? We also discuss the use of 3D printers in the medical field, as well as the colonization of Mars. Are you a Star Wars fan? We have a fun conversation about the new Star Wars movie coming out this week. Click through to listen!

Another Obesity Drug Trial Death
Let's Talk Human Engineering
3D-Printed Body Parts Help Surgeons Separate Conjoined Twins
Combating Whooping Cough
Scientists Create 3D Printed Blood Vessels Using 'Bio-Ink'

Keywords: CRISPR, genes, gene editing, humans, bioethics, Mars, colonization, 3D printers, surgery, conjoined twins, Star Wars, designer babies, science, podcast, photosynthesis



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Blood Brain Barrier, Meningitis, and Sense of Humor - 11/20/2015

Description: In this episode, the podcast team gets together once again to talk about some newsworthy science stories! Here, we discuss how ultrasounds have helped us breach the blood-brain-barrier, and how subtle changes to the things someone finds funny may be an early sign of dementia. We also talk about how being lazy may be explained neurologically, "supernatural" killer cells, and lab kits, now on crowdfunding platforms, that let you do your own genome editing at home. Give it a listen!

Breaching the Blood-Brain-Barrier
A Dark Sense of Humor May Be a Sign of Dementia
Editing DNA in Your Own Home
A Cheap Vaccine Is Wiping Out Meningitis A in Africa
Engineering Super Natural Killer Cells
A Neurological Basis of Apathy
3D Printed Objects as Implants

Keywords: neuroscience, dementia, neurodegeneration, blood-brain-barrier, BBB, ultrasound, Parkinson's disease, DNA, CRISPR, lab kit, crowdfunding, Meningitis, Africa, vaccines, Super Natural Killer Cells, NK Cells, apathy, laziness, 3D printing, dental implants



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Smelling Parkinson's, Special Antibodies in HIV and Cancer, and a Cloud of Microbes - 11/09/2015

Description: In this episode, we discuss some a variety of current scientific news, including the discovery of woman who can smell Parkinson's disease, a correlation between bovine leukemia virus and breast cancer, using an individual's microbial cloud to identify them, and how we're using specialized antibodies to combat both HIV and cancer.

Woman in able to smell Parkinson's disease
Unique microbe clouds surround individuals
Missing gut bacteria associated with higher asthma risk
Reprogramming leukemia cells to kill each other
BLV proteins associated with breast cancer
Activating and killing latent HIV in infected cells
Watch the 360° Podcast Video
Download video for VR

Keywords: neuroscience, neurodegeneration, Parkinson's disease, microbes, microbial, gut microbiome, bacteria, asthma, allergy, leukemia, cancer, AML, antibody, virus, cow, bovine, breast cancer, HIV, AIDS



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Nobel Prizes, CRISPR 2.0, and Lazy Ants - 10/26/2015

Description: In this podcast episode, also recorded in 360 video, the team discusses the contributions of the recent Nobel Prize winners in Chemistry and Physiology/Medicine, a new CRISPR, and lazy slacker ants.

Nobel Prize winners
A new and improved CRISPR?
Majority of ant workers are slackers
Watch the 360° Podcast Video
Download video for VR

Keywords: Nobel Prize, YouYou Tu, Artemisinin, malaria, Thomas Lindahl, Paul Modrich, Aziz Sancar, DNA repair, base excision repair, nucleotide excision repair, cancer, mutations, CRISPR, Feng Zhang, Cas9, Cpf1, ants, colonies



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Vitamin C, Figuring Out Alzheimer's, and an Incredible Entrepreneur - 10/12/2015

Description: Team Podcast gets together in this episode to discuss recent findings about vitamin C and its usage in our society, a recently discovered gene variant that is associated with delayed early-onset Alzheimer's, how sugar is sugar (no matter how "natural" it is), and an amazing young entrepreneur, Elizabeth Holmes, the founder of Theranos.

Gene Variant Provides Delaying Mechanism in Alzheimer's Disease
Vitamin C Mimics Some Effects of Exercise
Honey, Sugar, and Corn Syrup Have Similar Metabolic Effects
Elizabeth Holmes, Founder of Theranos

Keywords: neuroscience, Alzheimer's disease, neurodegeneration, eotaxin, vitamin C, ascorbic acid, overweight, weight loss, metabolism, cardiovascular disease, diabetes, glucose, sucrose, sugar, honey, HFCS, corn syrup, high fructose, cholesterol, blood pressure, Elizabeth Holmes, Theranos, billionaire, entrepreneur, lab-on-a-chip



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Global Health Science with Jessica Taaffe - 09/30/2015

Description: Special guest and global health scientist Jessica Taaffe joins us to discuss educating the public, funding research, and the passion needed in scientific role models.

Jessica Taaffe's Homepage
This Week in Global Health
Holding Out For a [Scientific] Hero
Follow Jessica and BioLegend on twitter: @jessicataaffe, @biolegend

Keywords: global health, Jessica Taaffe, HIV, ebola, education, Bill Nye, Neil degrasse Tyson, vaccines, anti-vaxxers, world bank, funding, research, NIH, primates, biolegend, podcast



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Salmonella and Plague Outbreaks - 09/28/2015

Description: In this episode, the podcast team discusses Salmonella and plague outbreaks, HIV transmission, and glow in the dark GMO chickens resistant to bird flu.

Salmonella Outbreak Spreading Across America Is Linked To Cucumbers
Plague Outbreak in Madagascar
Immune Cells Can Deliver Deadly Packages
Glowing in the dark, GMO chickens shed light on bird flu fight

Keywords: salmonella, plague, pneumonic plague, bubonic plague, yersinia pestis, HIV, AIDS, quarantine, exosomes, chickens, avian flu, bird flu



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Venom and Ancient Viruses - 09/21/2015

Description: The podcast team discusses the potential anti-venom shortage, a wasp-venom derived protein for cancer therapy, 30,000 year-old viruses, and a new hominid species discovered in South Africa.

Snakebite Anti-Venom Set To Run Out Next Year
Scientists Plan On Resurrecting A 30,000-Year-Old Giant Virus
Brazilian Wasp Venom Kills Cancer Cells, But Not Healthy Cells
New Homo Species Found
Watch The Fight Between A Mongoose And A Cobra

Keywords: venom, anti-venom, snakebites, wasp venom, Fav-Afrique, MP1, Polybia-MP1, Polybia paulista, phosphatidylserine, annexin V, cancer cells, homo naledi, fossils, Mollivirus sibericum, viruses, Siberia, giant viruses



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Polio, Legionnaires', and Leptin - 09/10/2015

Description: On this podcast, we discuss current events in science, including recent outbreaks of polio in the Ukraine and Legionnaire's disease in California and Illinois. We also cover recent research linking high-fat diets with a change in the gut microbiome and obesity-linked inflammation, as well as the role that leptin plays in the rewarding effects of exercise. Tune in to hear our discussion on the release of an open-access journal that will publish ideas as well as data and results, and other exciting research on influenza infection.

Legionnaires' Outbreak Contained At Calif. Prison; New Cases In Illinois
A new journal wants to publish your research ideas
How Fats Influence the Microbiome
Crosstalk between Gut Microbiota and Dietary Lipids Aggravates WAT Inflammation through TLR Signaling
Leptin Suppresses the Rewarding Effects of Running via STAT3 Signaling in Dopamine Neurons
Neutrophil trails guide influenza-specific CD8+ T cells in the airways
The Wall of Polio

Keywords: polio, Legionnaire's disease, outbreaks, virus, bacteria, saturated fats, obesity, microbiome, mice, inflammation, leptin, neurons, brain, exercise, neutrophils, T cells, infection, lungs, influenza, open-access, journal, the wall of polio, science, podcast, virology, immunology



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Brain Tumors with Mohar Chattopadhyay - 08/31/2015

Description: Glioblastomas and medulloblastomas are two common forms of brain cancer that afflicts thousands of people a year. Tune in to hear our guest Mohar Chattopadhyay discuss its symptoms, treatments, and research.

Brain cancer/cell phone usage comparison
Epidemiology and molecular pathology of glioma
Current trends in targeted therapies for glioblastoma multiforme
Biological background of pediatric medulloblastoma and ependymoma: a review from a translational research perspective

Keywords: glioblastoma, medulloblastoma, biolegend, science, neuroscience, podcast, cancer, brain, cerebellum, p53, PI3K, MAPK, RB, genetics, symptoms, diagnosis, glial cells, microglia



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Hangry Kardashian Grows Artificial Limb After Receiving Ebola Vaccine - 08/24/2015

Description: We cover the latest science current events, including the new Ebola vaccine, limb regeneration, being hangry, and Kim K's flub with the FDA.

A new, effective Ebola vaccine
Limb regeneration
Kim Kardashian's Instagram/FDA faux pas
The science of being “hangry”

Keywords: Kim Kardashian, ebola, vaccines, anti-vaxxers, current events, limb regeneration, repair, hangry, science, podcast, food and drug administration, morning sickness, FDA



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Narcolepsy, Pandemrix, and the USC/UCSD Legal Battle - 08/17/2015

Description: In our latest podcast, we talk about narcolepsy and the fight between local colleges for the rights to an Alzheimer's disease database.

What is narcolepsy?
CDC statement on Pandemrix vaccination
Antibodies to influenza nucleoprotein cross-react with human hypocretin receptor 2
UCSD wins control of Alzheimer’s study

Keywords: UCSD, USC, University of Southern California, University of California San Diego, Alzheimer's disease, Pandemrix, narcolepsy, sleep, Paul Aisen, BioLegend, science, podcast



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Emerging Technologies in BioTech with John Ransom - 08/10/2015

Description: John Ransom, BioLegend's vice president of emerging technology, drops by to discuss intellectual properties and start-up companies.

CONNECT, springboard for entrepreneurs
PrimeUC: Seeding UC’s top startups
OCTANe, connecting and fueling technology growth in Orange County

Keywords: slide deck, start-up, intellectual property, emerging technology, John Ransom, BioLegend, podcast, science, kickstarter, jobs



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Waksman, Schatz, and Tuberculosis - 07/27/2015

Description: Ed Chen and Rea Dabelic, two members of the BioLegend Technical Team, take over the podcast this week to discuss Selman Waksman (the Father of Antibiotics), tuberculosis, and giving credit where its due.

Non-Antibiotic Treatments for Tuberculosis
Biography of Selman Waksman
Symptoms and Risk Factors of Tuberculosis

Keywords: Selman Waksman, Albert Schatz, streptomycin, neomycin, antibiotics, Neosporin, tuberculosis, granulomas, macrophage, biolegend, immunology, mycobacterium tuberculosis, podcast, patents, inventions, royalties, tuberculin skin test, lab assistants, consumption, avastin, microbiology, birthday blog, controversy, Nobel prize



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Neurodegenerative Diseases, Protein Misfolding, and Prion-like Proteins - 07/08/2015

Description: We welcome Chris Gould to discuss neuroscience, protein misfolding, aggregation, and prion-like proteins in neurodegenerative diseases.

Prion-like mechanisms in neurodegenerative diseases
Crucial link between prions and ALS discovered
Like prions, tau strains are true to form

Keywords: neuroscience, tau, a-synuclein, alzheimer's disease, parkinson's disease, neuroinflammation, prions, Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease, mad cow disease, kuru, cannibalism, brain, aggregation, protein misfolding, blood brain barrier, lymphatic system, chris gould, biolegend, immunology, podcast, neurofibrillary tangles, lewy bodies, inclusion, Lou Gehrig's disease, ALS, amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, neurodegeneration, microglia



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Neuroinflammation with Kenya Cohane - 06/25/2015

Description: Neuroinflammation can be beneficial in some instances, but too much of it can cause any number of neurological diseases. Learn more about neuroinflammation and the newly discovered central nervous system lymphatic system with our special guest, Kenya Cohane.

Central nervous system lymphatic vessels
Neuroscience news on CNS lymphatic system
Neuroinflammation in Alzheimer’s disease
Parkinson’s disease
Multiple sclerosis


Keywords: Kenya Cohane, neuroinflammation, neuroscience, alzheimer’s disease, parkinson’s disease, multiple sclerosis, tau protein, a-synuclein, aggregation, immunology, podcast, biolegend



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Antibody Therapies in Cancer - 06/04/2015

Description: Antibody therapies have become incredibly popular for the treatment of diseases, including cancer. In cancer, it may be beneficial to prevent interaction of “immune checkpoints”, which can inactivate T cells. Learn more with our podcast about some of the more popular antibody and nanobody treatments.

KEYTRUDA®, an anti-PD-1 therapy
Merck antibody therapy results for cancer studies
Amgen antibody therapy results
Melanoma antibody therapy for PD-1 approved in EU
The development of therapeutic antibodies
Advancements in the development of therapeutic monoclonal antibodies
Monoclonal antibody therapy

Keywords: cancer, tumor, antibody therapy, therapeutics, immune checkpoints, PD1, PDL1, LAG3, TIM3, CD80, CD86, Galectin 9, MHC II, CTLA4, Pembrolizumab, Ipilimumab, Nivolumab, nanobody, melanoma, carcinoma, biolegend, science, podcast, merck, amgen



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CRISPR and the Game of Patents - 04/10/2015

Description: CRISPR is an amazing technology originally discovered in bacteria as a defense mechanism against invading foreign genetic material. Researchers are now repurposing this for useful applications in like increasing crop size and treating diseases like HIV and cancer. There’s a battle brewing over the CRISPR patents with millions in funds (and profit) at stake. Who will win own the rights to CRISPR technology? And is this work ethical?

Purified anti-CRISPR (CAS9) Antibody
Immunity in Bacteria
How CRISPR/Cas9 Works
CRISPR Applications
A cure for HIV?
Who owns the patents on CRISPR?
Moral/Safety implications

Keywords: podcast, biolegend, immunology, biology, CRISPR, bacteria, DNA, Cas9, bacteriophage, genes, genetics, ethics, morals, cancer, HIV, AIDS, Kamel Khalili, John Schimenti, Danwei Huangfu, David Liu, Jennifer Doudna, Editas Medicine, Emmanuelle Charpentier, George Church, Feng Zhang, patents, technology, therapeutics, safety, genetically modified organisms



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Science Ignorance and the Inner Workings of the Brain - 03/24/2015

Description: Despite our advances in science and technology, it seems like more and more people are outright denying scientific principles and concepts like evolution and climate change. We also take a look at some of the inner workings of the brain including synchronization, implanting false memories, and how it blocks distractions.

Why Do Many Reasonable People Doubt Science?
America's Cult of Ignorance Is No Match for Asia's Cult of Intelligence
Climate Change Denier Heads Environment and Public Works Committee
Anti-Science Senator Will Oversee Committee Covering NASA and Science Funding
How Your Brain Ignores Distractions
Musicians’ Brains Sync Up During Duet
Scientists Give Mice False Memories

Keywords: podcast, biolegend, immunology, biology, climate change, ted cruz, NASA, jim inholfe, brain, neuroscience, music, ignorance, science, education, ivory tower, spock, star trek, leonard nimoy, evolution, fluorine, fluoridination, fanta, Tourette Syndrome, nerdy, nerds, nerd, fandom



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Bacteria, Aging, and Cocoa Puffs Publications - 02/11/2015

Description: In this podcast, we discuss bacterial hot spots in New York, a brand new antibiotic found in dirt, telomeres and aging, and an interesting article published in 17 scientific journals about Cocoa Puffs.

New York City and bacteria hot spots
Cuckoo for Cocoa Puffs publication
Beer compound could help fend off Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s diseases
Study finds telomere extension turns back aging clock in cultured human cells
Teixobactin, a new antibiotic
Woman's stool transplant leads to 'tremendous weight gain'

Keywords: podcast, podcasts, New York, subways, bacteria, antibiotics, MRSA, antibiotic resistance, telomeres, cocoa puffs, teixobactin, beer, alzheimer’s disease, parkinson’s disease, aging, BioLegend, immunology, biology, science, grad school, scientific journals



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Measles at Disneyland, Flu Vaccinations, and DNA-Labeled Food - 01/30/2015

Description: In this podcast, we take a look at how a lack of vaccinations has once again caused an outbreak of a once-controlled disease, the efficacy of the flu vaccine this year, and why people are clamoring to know if their food contains DNA.

The Measles outbreak and Disneyland: http://www.cnn.com/2015/01/27/health/california-measles-outbreak/
The Flu vaccine is less effective this year: http://www.cnn.com/2014/12/04/health/flu-vaccine-mutated-virus/
What Americans believe about DNA, antibiotics, and viruses : http://www.iflscience.com/health-and-medicine/poll-shows-41-american-adults-believe-antibiotics-treat-viruses

Keywords: podcast, science, measles, vaccinations, vaccines, anti-vaxxers, Jenny McCarthy, research, cures, Disney, Disneyland, outbreak, flu vaccine, influenza, flu, dna, food, GMO, genetically modified organism, antibiotics, virus, viruses



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The Fuzzy Fluors: The Multicolor Flow Song - 01/19/2015

Description: Listen or sing along as the Fuzzy Fluors take you through their song about working together to form a multicolor flow cytometry panel. To learn more, visit: www.biolegend.com/fluor_puppets.

We love flow cytometry cause it’s really good to see.
Live cells
Good data
Intensity
Side scatta’
And we all work together to help people discover
Stem cells
Apoptosis
Rare cells
Pyroptosis
And now our song is almost done, we’ve hardly even just begun.
Flow, flow, flow, flow
Multicolor
Flow!
Because we’re fuzzy fluors!! Yeah!

Keywords: fluorophores, Fluorochromes, puppets, music, sing along, song, promotion, Phycoerythrin, PE, allophycocyanine, FITC, pe/dazzle 594, brilliant violet, bv421, bv510, bv605, bv570, bv650, bv711, bv785, bv786, flow cytometry, multicolor, panel building



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Animal Models and Translational Research - 12/17/2014

Description: In this podcast, we examine why it’s so hard to transition from animal research into human cures and Obama’s latest visit to the NIH.

HIV vaccine: How close are we? http://www.healthline.com/health/hiv-aids/vaccine-how-close-are-we
Obama’s visit to the NIH: http://www.whitehouse.gov/photos-and-video/video/2014/12/02/president-obama-speaks-fight-against-ebola
Comparing human and mouse genomes: http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2014/11/141119132703.htm
The difficulty with animal models: http://www.the-scientist.com/?articles.view/articleNo/25184/title/The-Trouble-with-Animal-Models/

Keywords: podcast, president, Obama, Barack Obama, BioLegend, NIH, National Institutes of Health, science, Ebola, HIV, Human immunodeficiency virus, AIDS, acquired immune deficiency syndrome, translational models, animal models, translation, research, bench to bedside, cures, vaccines



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Ion Channels, Memories, and Alcohol with Karthik Bodhinathan - 11/20/2014

Description: We talk neuroscience with guest Karthik Bodhinathan, looking at ion channels and how they affect memory formation and alcohol dependency.

Find Neuroscience research products from BioLegend at biolegend.com/neuroscience_products.

Keywords: BioLegend, science, podcast, podcasts, immunology, neuroscience, memory, alcohol, beer, neurons, ion channels, NMDA receptor, redox, oxidation, reduction, calcium, potassium, sodium, hippocampus, GIRK receptor, addiction, Karthik Bodhinathan, Stuart Lipton



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The Post-Doc Experience with Francesca Soncin - 10/30/2014

Description: A post-doc is next after a PhD. What is this experience like? Our podcast with post-doc Francesca Soncin examines what you can expect.

Too many post-docs in the pipeline?
Plight of the Post-Doc Blog

Keywords: post-doc, post doctoral, PhD, jobs, academia, industry, tenured, tenure, professor, podcast, industry, biotech, pharma, Francesca Soncin, science, grants, funding



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Ebola and You - 10/06/2014

Description: Rumors are swirling about Ebola. Listen to our podcast so you can get the facts on its symptoms, transmission, and possible treatments.

Ebola Blog

Keywords: Ebola, Ebolavirus, ebola hemorrhagic fever, center for disease control, world health organization, WHO, CDC, science, BioLegend, podcasts, immunology, infectious disease, symptoms, treatment, transmission, outbreak



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Viruses, Evolution, and the Platypus - 06/25/2014

Description: The podcast team discusses how viruses affect evolution, how we define life, and the many eccentricities of the platypus. Check out the NIH announcement about the Duck-Billed Platypus Genome Sequence being published http://www.nih.gov/news/health/may2008/nhgri-07.htm.

Keywords: Viruses, RNA, DNA, life, zombies, self-replication, evolution, infection, bacteria, awareness, intelligent design, HIV, AIDS, cloning, platypus, monotreme, duck-bill, Australia, poison spur, mammals



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The LEGENDeers - My Tandem - 06/23/2014

Description: The LEGENDeers just keep the hits coming. This new song, "My Tandem", was featured in the finale of BioLegend's hit animated series... The Tandem. You can check out the complete series at http://www.biolegend.com/the_tandem.

Keywords: The Tandem, tandem dyes, PE, Dazzle, PE/Dazzle 594, The LEGENDeers, immunology



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Zach Bjornson, LEGENDScreen™, and AAI 2014 - 05/08/2014

Description: In this podcast, we aired live from AAI 2014! Zach Bjornson, a member of Dr. Gary Nolan’s lab, took time out of his busy schedule to speak to us about his experiences, applications, and presentation about LEGENDScreen™.

Keywords: LEGENDScreen, AAI 2014, Immunology 2014, AAI, American Association of Immunologists, BioLegend, Gary Nolan, cell screening, screening, Zach Bjornson, MaxPar, MaxPar Ready, CyTOF.



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Science Myths - 04/23/2014

Description: The team discusses commonly believed myths that have been debunked by science. Topics range from vaccination's role in autism to your pet's color vision.

Keywords: science, myths, cancer, sharks, vaccine, vaccination, autism, pets, color blind, ostrich, Columbus, Earth, mucus, virus, brain, MMR, measles, outbreaks, goats freezing, diseases, LEGENDeers, Theory, theories, microwaves, microwave radiation, Detox Diets, Detoxification.



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Glycobiology: Life, Evolution, and Immunology with Ajit Varki - 02/10/2014

Description: Dr. Ajit Varki talks with the BioLegend team about the role of Glycobiology in life, evolution, and immunology. Learn more about how carbohydrates associated with proteins and lipids affect everything on the development of life, speciation, evolution, and biology as we know it.

View BioLegend related products: anti-Neu5Gc antibody, Siglec antibodies, and Ganglioside antibodies.

Keywords: Glycobiology, sialic acids, N-acetylneuraminic acid, Neu5Ac, N-glycolylneuraminic Acid, Neu5Gc, carbohydrates, sugars, evolution, speciation, homo sapien, CMAH gene, cytidine monophosphate-N-acetylneuraminic acid hydroxylase, O-GlcNAc, O-linked N-acetylglucosamine, phosphorylation, influenza, siglecs, sialic acid binding lectins, Jerry Hart, Pascal Gagneux.



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The LEGENDeers - Pipettes of Fury - 01/23/2014

Description: The title track to the new hit film LEGENDScreen - Pipettes of Fury. The LEGENDeers have lent their unique sound to help tell the story of Timmy, a struggling grad student who can't figure out how to get the data he needs. He will seek out the Master to learn the ways of The LEGENDScreen!

Watch the movie and find addition content on the Pipettes of Fury page.

Learn more about LEGENDScreen.

Keywords: LEGENDScreen, lyophilized antibodies, cell screening kit, Pipettes of Fury, kung fu, PE, mouse antibodies, human antibodies, immunology



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Interview with Deb Nguyen, Director of R&D at Organovo - 01/16/2014

Description: Three-dimensional (3D) printing is a technology now being applied to biology and medicine. The podcast team talks with Deb Nguyen, Director of R&D at Organovo, regarding Organovo’s 3D tissue printing technology and the future of 3D printing.

Learn more about Organovo - http://www.organovo.com/

Keywords: Organovo, 3D printing, 3D tissue printing, 3D organs, toxicity, transplant rejection, graft versus host disease, liver toxicity, drug efficacy, mouse models, rat models, matrigel, matrix, extracellular matrix, in vivo, in vitro, tissue culture.



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The LEGENDeers - Heavy Metal Cytometry - 01/02/2014

Description: Heavy metal cytometry, also known as mass cytometry, is a single cell proteomics platform that enables simultaneous deep phenotyping with functional profiling and has already been used in a diverse range of research areas, including immunology, oncology and hematopoietic stem cell research. This is the first song ever written about mass cytometry.

Keywords: heavy-metal-cytometry,mass-cytometry,single-cell-proteomics,deep-phenotyping,functional-profiling,oncology,hematopoietic-stem-cell-research



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AIDS, Teaching Science, and Breakthrough of the Year 2013 - 12/23/2013

Description: The Talkin’ Immunology team discusses a controversial tweet, teaching science, and cancer immunotherapy. Learn more about The Scientist’s Breakthrough of the Year: http://news.sciencemag.org/breakthrough-of-the-year-2013

Keywords: immunology,biology,immunologists,tweet,aids,hiv,science-teaching,teachers,biology-class,public-school,dewey-decimal-system,velociraptors,jurassic-park,mutations,x-men,cancer-immunotherapy



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Inflammation, Temperature Dependent Immunity, and Guts - 12/17/2013

Description: The Talkin’ Immunology team discusses how inflammation and immunology contribute to various diseases, such as Alzheimers and dementia. Other topics in immunology are covered: the need for for immunologists in research and medicine, how temperature affects mouse research, and the gut microbiome.

Learn more: Immune cells or inflammation as a cause of diseases: Alzheimer’s;

http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2008/01/080109091102.htm

Temperature dependent Immunity;

http://www.the-scientist.com/?articles.view/articleNo/38337/title/Temperature-Dependent-Immunity/.

Gut flora boosts cancer Therapies:

http://www.the-scientist.com/?articles.view/articleNo/38337/title/Temperature-Dependent-Immunity/

Keywords: immunology, science, biology, scientists, inflammation, alzheimer's, diabetes, immunologists, immunity, probiotics, antibiotics, gut-microbes, microbiome, mouse-models



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Salaries, Publications, and Faking Data - 11/18/2013

Description: Introducing the BioLegend podcast team: Dr. Dzung Nguyen, Dr. Ken Lau, and Sean Tucker. This episode, the team banters about upcoming guests, finding Immunology on the web, social media, scientist salaries, publications, retractions, and faking data. If you would like to propose discussion ideas for the team, or would like to join them as a guest, contact them here.

Check out The Scientist 2013 Salary Survey here.

Keywords: immunology,science,biology,web,social-media,scientists,salaries,publications,retractions,faking-data



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Celebrating Legends of Biology - 11/12/2013

Description: Many of us spend our days in the lab performing experiments without thinking about, or knowing, who enabled this technology. As our name reflects, BioLegend would like to pay tribute to a few of those pioneers that paved today's path to discovery. From the development of vaccines to hybridomas to fluorescence activated cell sorting, we would like to acknowledge and appreciate those discoveries upon which much of today's research is built.

Antibodies are so Cool, by The LEGENDeers

Download this song for free at CDBaby.com.
Watch the video here.


Keywords: immunology,science,biology,legends-of-biology,jonas-salk,gerald-edelman,paul-ehrlich,leonard-herzenberg,cesar-milstein,georges-kohler,louis-pasteur,hybridomas



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William Golde T suppressor cell interview - 10/29/2013

Description: Tregs weren’t always as popular and favored in research as they are today. Our blog covers the rise, fall, and resurgence of Tregs, beginning with their first humble days when they were known as T suppressors (as discovered by Dr. Richard Gershon). We interview former members of Dr. Gershon’s lab to gain first-hand knowledge of their experiences. Part one of this blog includes our podcast interview with Dr. William Golde, former lab technician for Dr. Gershon.

Keywords: suppressors,t-suppressors,tregs,regulatory-t-cells,gershon,golde,immunology,science



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