Plot and compare spectra, check the spectral compatibility for many fluorophores and email the configuration to yourself or others in the lab in a clear printable format. This mobile SpectraViewer acts as an extension of our online SpectraViewer tool which can be found at www.thermofisher.com/spectraviewer.

Highlights:
-View and compare fluorescent proteins and dyes for biological applications
-Add up to 5 emission and 5 excitation filters per plot
-Email settings and figures directly to your inbox in a clear printable format
-Mobile friendly display and user interface for simple setup
-Easily search our extensive list of fluorophores

Real-time PCR iOS Application from Life Technologies, a collection of easy-to-use real-time PCR resources, is an excellent learning tool for researchers new to real-time PCR and a comprehensive reference for researchers already experienced with the techniques. The application’s main feature is a real-time PCR handbook covering all aspects of real-time PCR from the basics of how the technology works to data analysis and interpretation. Other key features include

(1) Applications Guide, a set of workflows with product recommendations for each step in the workflow for Gene Expression, MicroRNA Analysis and other real-time PCR applications

(2)Troubleshooting tool, an interactive tool for identifying and resolving problems relating to real-time PCR

(3) Life Technologies’ videos related to real-time PCR

(4) Reference documents that you might need on the go

(5) Simple reaction calculator that allows researchers to easily calculate the volume of reagents required in setting up experiments.

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Over 600 pages of information on antibiotics, organisms and diseases.

Intended as a quick reference for non-infectious disease practitioners.

Updated monthly from the literature.

References link to Pubmed or primary sources.

Add your own notes linked to the topics. Mark entries as "Favorites" for quick reference.

Written over 10 years by a practicing board certified Infectious Disease doctor, a 2010 USNews and World Report Top US Doctor and the producer of the Puscast, a bimonthly podcast update of the ID literature and a Gobbet o Pus, both available on iTunes.

TB Mobile makes available a set of molecules with activity against Mycobacterium Tuberculosis, and known targets available in CDD. It links to pathways (biocyc.org), genes (tbdb.org), literature (PubMed) and essentiality information.

The app enables similarity searching to potentially infer targets for new molecules and has filters to limit the visible molecules. Each molecule can be copied to the clipboard or opened with other apps. Molecules can be bookmarked and exported.