The Research Technician will assist members of the Neuroblastoma Program in planning and carrying out experiments, and taking responsibility for laboratory maintenance. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to: in vitro cell culture using sterile techniques, radioimmunoassays, Chromium release assays, ELISA, immunostaining tissue sections, immunofluorescence; PAGE, protein blotting, protein purification by Column chromatography; DNA, RNA, and protein extraction from tissues, Northern … www.nature.com
The position requires familiarity with the principles behind basic cell culture and molecular biology techniques, as well as working with mice. This includes some laboratory experience in culturing primary/established cell lines derived from human/animals. The candidate should also be familiar with principles behind performing assays of enzymatic activity and apoptosis, as well as histological analysis of tissue sections. Candidates will be expected to assist in generating tumor xenografts … www.nature.com
We are looking for a research technician to join our developmental neurobiology lab. Familiarity with molecular biology techniques is essential. Work will include molecular biology to subclone plasmids and genotyping of mouse mutants. It may also involve immunofluorescent staining of mouse embryos, tissue sections, cells and primary neurons, microscopy, and biochemical analyses. In addition to providing support to various research projects, he/she will coordinate management of the laborator… www.nature.com
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