As good scientific investigators, we strive to make our research more reproducible, repeatable, and translatable. These traits are ostensibly engrained in researchers from the start of their careers but often fall to the wayside in pursuit of experimental answers. Throughout this three-episode GENcast series, sponsored by The Baker Company, we will weave the common thread of these essential research traits and discuss some ubiquitous techniques common to so many laboratories—focusing on areas that are often overlooked but can have a considerable impact on recapitulating physiological conditions and the efficacy of your experiments. So tune in to this first podcast where we discuss the importance of oxygen biology in common lab experiments.

GEN Podcasts · The Quite Voice of Immunotherapy That’s Starting to be Heard


Krista Rantanen, PhD
Director of Scientific Applications
The Baker Company

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