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Zara Puckrin

Zara Puckrin
Zara Puckrin, Student Intern at REPROCELL
Zara is currently a B.Sc. student at Glasgow Caledonian University, UK, studying Cell and Molecular Biology. You can contact her on LinkedIn.

Recent Posts

From Frying-Pan to Fire

[fa icon="calendar'] Sep 13, 2018 7:54:45 AM / by Zara Puckrin posted in Research & Development, Government Partnership, Internship

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How can industry inspire the next generation of life science professionals?  Summer intern Zara Puckrin describes the challenges faced by today’s graduates and explains how REPROCELL have helped her to bridge the gap between university and work.

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The Human Touch: meeting clinical needs in IBD research

[fa icon="calendar'] Sep 7, 2018 6:05:47 AM / by Zara Puckrin posted in Drug Discovery, Human Tissues, Inflammatory Bowel Disease

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There is a clinical need for novel therapies in Inflammatory Bowel Disease. Current research is however limited by models which do not physiologically mimic the disease in humans. REPROCELL’s Human IBD Fresh Tissue Assay is the most clinically relevant IBD model on the market and the only commercially available assay of its kind.

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Characterization of iPSCs by Immunocytochemistry

[fa icon="calendar'] Apr 5, 2018 12:20:38 PM / by Zara Puckrin posted in Stem Cells, Drug Discovery

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As part of our contract services at REPROCELL, we offer induced pluripotent stem cell (iPSC) characterization by immunocytochemistry (ICC). Planning ICC can be tricky, as it requires careful selection of compatible antibodies and fluorochromes. However, if successful, the results are fantastic! Don’t waste valuable research time performing ICC, and let our experts do the work for you!

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