Science & Medicine
|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.
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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