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How much of the biological research can be still run without high-cost high-precision instruments? [closed]

To me it seems like much of the biological research today requires an array of expensive devices before it can be run. How much of the current research could be still done with a basic compound/stereo ...
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Does antibody staining / immunolabeling block or inhibit protein function?

In dissociated cells, does staining them with an antibody block the protein's function? How can one assess if the protein is still functional?
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Resource for finding Repressive/Inhibitory factors for a given gene?

I have a list of genes for each of which I'd like to find: A list of transcription factors that up-regulate the gene A list of inhibitory factors that down-regulate it. I used this tool on ...
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Any databases with AAMI ECG and ECHO?

There is no AAMI 12-lead ECG databases available online. All of them have problems. I and my friends finally finalised our tests with St Petersburg. It is not AAMI. So the next step is to search ...
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To get Standard ECG from PhysioNet?

I am trying to get standard ECG by using PhysioNet's ATM with parameters but I get It should be something like How can you get complete standard 12-lead ECG out of Physionet database?
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What kind of microscope for ML/biological research?

I am a computer science student, focusing on machine learning applications. I have been always interested in biology but I lack any training in it. Now, I had an idea that I could introduce myself to ...
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Master Catalog of all Fossils / Literal Fossil Record?

Is there a website or other resource that catalogs all fossils ever found? Basically, is there a literal "Fossil Record"? Where do scientists gather their results from excavations? Are they just ...
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Is there a superterm combining “animal line” and “cell line” in disease models?

Biologists researching diseases will frequently use animal models. The way I understand it, there are species of animals, such as "mouse", and lines of mice, such as ...