Gertsch Group - Latest Blog Comments http://www.gertschgroup.com/blog en-us Recently been invited to give a talk at a congress? - Anonymous <p>The Annual World Congress on Marine Biotechnology held in China is a legit one. The Minister of Fisheries in my country is today invited to the 7th Annual World Congress of Ocean in China. You should check more properly. You might be missing out on many opportunities :)</p> Tue, 08 May 2018 13:08:09 +0200 http://www.gertschgroup.com/blog/entry/2385963/recently-been-invited-to-give-a-talk-at-a-congress#comment7359802 /blog/entry/2385963/recently-been-invited-to-give-a-talk-at-a-congress#comment7359802 How do Paederus beetles cope with pederin? - Jurg Gertsch <p>Clearly, there is nothing you can do but detoxify yourself - charcoal would have been an option or otherwise go to the hospital. Hope you are better by now.</p> Thu, 19 Apr 2018 18:38:12 +0200 http://www.gertschgroup.com/blog/entry/627901/how-do-paederus-beetles-cope-with-pederin#comment7351012 /blog/entry/627901/how-do-paederus-beetles-cope-with-pederin#comment7351012 How do Paederus beetles cope with pederin? - Firazeta <p>Dear Prof Gertsch, what should I do when I found Paedrus in the middle of my meal? Not sure about the point of entry but I experience violent diarrhea less than an hour after ingestion. </p> Tue, 17 Apr 2018 01:33:18 +0200 http://www.gertschgroup.com/blog/entry/627901/how-do-paederus-beetles-cope-with-pederin#comment7349680 /blog/entry/627901/how-do-paederus-beetles-cope-with-pederin#comment7349680 How do Paederus beetles cope with pederin? <p>How if I accidentally ate the Paederus offspring in my meal? <br />Please help.</p> Mon, 16 Apr 2018 19:44:56 +0200 http://www.gertschgroup.com/blog/entry/627901/how-do-paederus-beetles-cope-with-pederin#comment7349618 /blog/entry/627901/how-do-paederus-beetles-cope-with-pederin#comment7349618 Beauty in mathematics, beauty in nature - Jurg Gertsch <p>Wonderfully written and so true</p> Tue, 14 Nov 2017 08:32:29 +0100 http://www.gertschgroup.com/blog/entry/414741/beauty-in-mathematics-beauty-in-nature#comment6914100 /blog/entry/414741/beauty-in-mathematics-beauty-in-nature#comment6914100 Beauty in mathematics, beauty in nature - Burt Chrystal <p>Mathematics, rightly viewed, possesses not only truth, but supreme beauty — a beauty cold and austere, like that of sculpture, without appeal to any part of our weaker nature, without the gorgeous trappings of painting or music</p> Thu, 02 Nov 2017 15:33:16 +0100 http://www.gertschgroup.com/blog/entry/414741/beauty-in-mathematics-beauty-in-nature#comment6051067 /blog/entry/414741/beauty-in-mathematics-beauty-in-nature#comment6051067 The cultural history of the pipette <p>good information</p> Wed, 06 Sep 2017 07:53:24 +0200 http://www.gertschgroup.com/blog/entry/292821/the-cultural-history-of-the-pipette#comment4377547 /blog/entry/292821/the-cultural-history-of-the-pipette#comment4377547 Toxic effect with BIA-10-2474 first seen at 50 mg dose <p>nice post</p> Wed, 06 Sep 2017 07:50:32 +0200 http://www.gertschgroup.com/blog/entry/3949694/toxic-effect-with-bia102474-first-seen-at-50-mg-dose#comment4377542 /blog/entry/3949694/toxic-effect-with-bia102474-first-seen-at-50-mg-dose#comment4377542 The cultural history of the pipette - monarck <p>wholly robotized and electronic, multiwell and significant exactness. The favored French scientific professional and microbiologist Louis Pasteur was a useful person and made his very own pipettes from glass - making use of distinct assortments of suckers and inflatables - elastic globules called teats. This sort of globules are still used by scientific gurus to titrate specific volumes from burettes, the starting point of which retreat towards the eighteenth century. We all know the feasible cylinder driven air-uprooting Gilson pipettes, undestroyable and relatiely actual. These micropipettes ended up made at the University of Wisconsin-Madison in 1972 by people including Warren Gilson and Henry Lardy. Henceforth, the greatest maker would be the Group termed Gilson Inc., appropriately these pipettes are casually refered to as Gilsons. A number of years prior Gilson introduced whatever they known as a constantly Superior pipette and this was more than likely by far the most significantly undesirable development they ever made. These pipettes all broke within 1-2 years. What you truly need is a robust and straightforward to manage and to adjust pipette, which can remodel into your dear companion throughout the years. You might want to fall it and crush it about the seat, and currently being your companion it will not likely break. Alright, there are a few magnificent Digital pipettes all over.get mobdro check here application at <a href="http://mobdroonlinetvpc.com">http://mobdroonlinetvpc.com</a>. I picture that the Digital Eppendorf multiwell pipettes are savvy and respectable to deal with however for ordinary make the most of, the Gilsons are faction and make you are feeling in the home.</p> Mon, 03 Jul 2017 20:13:22 +0200 http://www.gertschgroup.com/blog/entry/292821/the-cultural-history-of-the-pipette#comment4360704 /blog/entry/292821/the-cultural-history-of-the-pipette#comment4360704 On concentration - Kumar <p>Do not agree with Philippe - you see things in vitro that are non-physiological because you increase your concentration. The misuse of doses and concentrations are a big problem in biological research.</p> Thu, 01 Jun 2017 16:09:25 +0200 http://www.gertschgroup.com/blog/entry/3813596/on-concentration#comment4353157 /blog/entry/3813596/on-concentration#comment4353157 How do Paederus beetles cope with pederin? - jayantibhai patel <p>Blister Beetle dermatitis and Paedrus dermatitis are two different diseases .Former is due to canthardin and later to Paedrin.Mode of action of both chemicals are different. Rove beetles have pederin in hemolymph only.so when it crushed on skin then Paedrin comes into the contact of skin and symptoms appears after 24 hours and linear in shape.Blister beetle can have canthardin not only in hemolymph in the body but also at joints of legs.They are larger beetles so it produces larg lesion and symptoms appear within 24 hours.</p> Mon, 17 Apr 2017 14:38:52 +0200 http://www.gertschgroup.com/blog/entry/627901/how-do-paederus-beetles-cope-with-pederin#comment4341390 /blog/entry/627901/how-do-paederus-beetles-cope-with-pederin#comment4341390 How random is your life - David Brown <p>&quot;We simply like to believe what we want to believe - so even much of science is probably a reflection of what our wishful thinking is trying to suggest because interpretation of data is rarely done at the basis of probability.&quot;</p> <p>Exactly. That's a big problem, is it not? Need more scientists who amalgamate.</p> Sun, 26 Mar 2017 18:44:53 +0200 http://www.gertschgroup.com/blog/entry/250051/how-random-is-your-life#comment4335827 /blog/entry/250051/how-random-is-your-life#comment4335827 Lipids in Fetal Bovine Serum (FBS) - Exploring the Black Box - Jurg Gertsch <p>Hi Janet, to my opinion there is no such thing as a total fatty acid content of FBS. There are numerous lipids in FBS and they vary with batch and if you need to know them you have to measure them. </p> Mon, 23 Jan 2017 15:35:31 +0100 http://www.gertschgroup.com/blog/entry/2197993/lipids-in-fetal-bovine-serum-fbs-exploring-the-black-box#comment4319881 /blog/entry/2197993/lipids-in-fetal-bovine-serum-fbs-exploring-the-black-box#comment4319881 Recently been invited to give a talk at a congress? - Jurg Gertsch <p>Looks as if Biochem 2016 is going to happen in Texas - maybe it started as scam and turned into something real ... strange that this is about &quot;biochem&quot; as it is more a mix of several topics, kind of weird.</p> Fri, 25 Nov 2016 11:28:13 +0100 http://www.gertschgroup.com/blog/entry/2385963/recently-been-invited-to-give-a-talk-at-a-congress#comment4306265 /blog/entry/2385963/recently-been-invited-to-give-a-talk-at-a-congress#comment4306265 Recently been invited to give a talk at a congress? <p>Is biochem congress a scam too <br />In texas next month</p> Wed, 23 Nov 2016 10:41:27 +0100 http://www.gertschgroup.com/blog/entry/2385963/recently-been-invited-to-give-a-talk-at-a-congress#comment4305872 /blog/entry/2385963/recently-been-invited-to-give-a-talk-at-a-congress#comment4305872 On concentration - Philippe <p>Hi, I do not really fully agree with your comment. I think that higher concentrations used in research can still uncover relevant targets and sometimes you just need to increase your concentration to make things visible. Also, the in vitro situation is artificial too and you cannot simulate the real physiological situation in any case. </p> Mon, 12 Sep 2016 17:04:12 +0200 http://www.gertschgroup.com/blog/entry/3813596/on-concentration#comment4295079 /blog/entry/3813596/on-concentration#comment4295079 Toxic effect with BIA-10-2474 first seen at 50 mg dose <p>nice </p> Tue, 02 Aug 2016 21:06:05 +0200 http://www.gertschgroup.com/blog/entry/3949694/toxic-effect-with-bia102474-first-seen-at-50-mg-dose#comment4287700 /blog/entry/3949694/toxic-effect-with-bia102474-first-seen-at-50-mg-dose#comment4287700 Don't publish with preditory publishers - Xavier 87 <p>Scientific spam is getting crazy - really hard for naive young scientists to know what is real. Thanks for the link!</p> Sun, 12 Jun 2016 10:20:04 +0200 http://www.gertschgroup.com/blog/entry/3732610/dont-publish-with-preditory-publishers#comment4280062 /blog/entry/3732610/dont-publish-with-preditory-publishers#comment4280062 Toxic effect with BIA-10-2474 first seen at 50 mg dose - Norma Jonathan <p>Maybe the toxicity is a combination effect, involving FAAH plus one other target. </p> Thu, 09 Jun 2016 17:28:36 +0200 http://www.gertschgroup.com/blog/entry/3949694/toxic-effect-with-bia102474-first-seen-at-50-mg-dose#comment4279679 /blog/entry/3949694/toxic-effect-with-bia102474-first-seen-at-50-mg-dose#comment4279679 How do Paederus beetles cope with pederin? - Jane <p>I live in Kenya, It is currently the rainy season and there seems to be an outbreak of this Nairobi flies. specifically in my house. I have tried to locate the entry points consequently i have sealed all the vents and possible entry points. On the net there is very little information about how these insects behave, where they live and how to control them or prevent them from entering the house. Anyone with this information on this thread any useful tips on prevention or destruction (even bio methods) will be highly appreciated</p> Thu, 21 Apr 2016 00:29:23 +0200 http://www.gertschgroup.com/blog/entry/627901/how-do-paederus-beetles-cope-with-pederin#comment4269525 /blog/entry/627901/how-do-paederus-beetles-cope-with-pederin#comment4269525