Marine Barnabe

Marine is a Master's student at the University of Cape Town, South Africa, and specialises in mass spectrometry-based proteomics and HIV-tuberculosis co-infections. She is an avid horse-rider and loves to cook, craft, and read.

Bio-detection animals: Dogs, bees, and diagnostic innovation

Diagnosis remains a major stumbling block in the way of treatment and eradication of several diseases, such as cancer and tuberculosis (TB)—a problem I know all too well, as it concerns my research directly. Early diagnosis has an important

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Peripheral blood mononuclear cells: PBMC isolation, preservation, and culture

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Zebrafish: Science's minnow making big leaps for biomedical research

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Cell viability assays: Alternatives to the MTT assay

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Cell viability assays: MTT assay application and protocol

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