Blog post: Viral Glycobiology Research

January 25, 2023

Application Focus:  Viral Glycobiology Research Glycobiology is important in a number of ways for viral research.  Viral surface proteins are often heavily glycosylated to both avoid recognition by the host cell and, in some cases, interact with host receptors.  For example, the spike protein glycosylation of the SARS-CoV-2 virus is usually the extension of an […]

Peoria, And the Birth of Industrial Fermentation and Bioprocessing – Part I: Whiskey Capital

November 18, 2022

By Elena Chaikin The Midwest Bioprocessing Center is proud to have gotten our start in Peoria, IL.  Located halfway between St. Louis and Chicago, Peoria and the surrounding area has a rich history as a fermentation and bioprocessing technology hub. In a series of posts, we will take a walk-through Peoria’s early days as the […]

The History of Sun Protection

July 28, 2022

By Elena Chaikin, Marketing Manager Sun protection has been important to people for centuries. Many cultures developed their own methods to keep their skin from burning, from pastes and lotions derived from ingredients found in nature, to special clothing that warded off the sun. It’s fascinating to know how far we’ve come with sun protection, […]

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