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Hello everyone
I want to provide high purity and reliable laboratory materials
Which of the following companies do you approve of?
Have you had experience using its materials?
Acros
Alfa aser
Tci
Florchem
Fisherchem
Santachem
santa cruz
Carbosynth
Glenthem
Tocris
Hellochem
Biozol
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When it comes to laboratory materials, there actually exists 3 major kinds of materials, which are instruments, reagents and consumables. In that case, this is a very broad question, and that’s why someone would say it really depend on your target community.
· Chemical reagent: Sinopharm, Aladdin (Shanghai), Tianjin Kemiou, sigma, TCI, Alfa-Aesar, Acros
· High purity chromatographic solvent: Tedia (Anhui), MERCK, Fisher, J.T.baker, Honeywell
· Medium: Beijing Land Bridge, Hopebioal (Qingdao), Huankai (Guangdong), BD, OXOID, Gibco
· Standard: CCIC(China), Dr.Ehrenstorfer(Germany), O2si(America), USP, EP, sigma
· Consumables: Nalgene, Corning, Axygen, Pall, Whatman, Hamilton
· Instruments: Siomm (Shanghai)、Yihengyt (Shanghai)、AUCMA、Pandpower (Shenzhen), Eppendorf
Generally speaking, plenty of materials like chromatography, glassware, labor safety product and so forth I do not mention here since the ultimate purchase only depends on your real situation.
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Can anyone please suggest a cheap hydrogel brand available to buy for 3D cell culture?
Or if someone can share a recipe to prepare homemade hydrogel (for 3D cell culture), that would be fantastic.
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Many thanks, Bianca. Is there any method to increase the gel density/ percentage? Bianca Mariani Gonçalves
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I am currently in the process of buying a microscope and Im looking at a more affordable brand than Leica, Nikon, Zeiss, etc. My current brand options are OPTIKA and Motic for one of their "high-end" models with 6.5x - 55x magnification (and similar). Does anyone have some advice on how the quality compares between these two brands?
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Also, if your an affiliate of an institution, ask for a demo, if theyre serious they will.
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I'm currently working with Western Blotting technique for human skeletal muscle. However, when i use the Cell Signaling antibody (#8164 and #14179) no image were reveled. Apparently, i dont have problems with WB protocol, once others antibody brands (e.g., Santa Cruz and ABCAM) works for others proteins. In addition, the lysate protocol and the WB protocol used were performed according Cell Signaling recomendations.
PFK (D4B2 - 8164S ) - Rabbit mAb - Lot: 5
HIF-1alpha (D2U3T - 14179S) - Rabbit mAb - Lot 4
Has anyone had similar problems with Cell Signaling antibody? If yes, how to solve this problem?
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Check if your AB is ok by SDS PAGE (Coomassie staining) and/or Western Blot (probe the blot with anti-species HRP).
If it is ok, do you have a positive control for PFK?
If in doubt, include another positive control for your detection system, i.e. an AB or serum from rabbit in this case.
I would not blame brands in general, esp. not CST. Have you called their tech service for assistance?
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Dear all,
For my master thesis I am trying to predict the effect of brand equity on brand utility. I calculate the brand utility using a multi-attribute conjoint analysis and Hierarchical Bayes, which I will use as my dependent variable in the final regression. I also included a brand equity questionnaire with 15 different questions representing 5 different brand equity concepts (Awareness, Sustainability, Trust, Perceived Quality, and Perception), using a 5-point Likert scale.
I was recommended to run a Confirmatory Factor Analysis to create see whether I could use five concepts from the 15 questions. I used the lavaan package in R to create my 5 Latent variables and all goodness of fit measures (RMSEA > 0.6, CFI <0.9, TCI <0.9) seem good. [Note, since I have Likert scale data I treated the data as ordinal and used polychroic correlations instead of Pearsons.]
I then used LavPredict to create factor scores for my 5 variables (using Maximum Likelihood), which I then use as my independent variables in my regression. After searching online my questions are; how do I interpret the coefficient of these factor scores? (I.e. a significant coefficient of 0.08).
I am looking for " If a X is increased by 1 .... (unit, st.dev, percentage, etc) this leads to a Y increase in the dependent variable" .
Also is there an alternative method I should be using to more accurately predict factor scores? Considering my end goal is to use them in a regression.
Final note: I have quite high correlations among a couple of the latent variables (>0.8), is this an issue?
Thank you in advance and please let me know if you'd like me to provide additional information.
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First of all, RMSEA > 0.6 and CFI < 0.90 are not at all indicative of a good model fit but rather the opposite (terrible fit).
Regarding your questions, in many (but not all) factor measurement models, factors have an arbitrary metric. That is, their units of measurement tend to not be uniquely defined (again, there are exceptions such as Tau equivalent measurement). As an example, in many CFA models you could scale a factor either by fixing one factor loading to a non-zero value or fix the factor variance to a value > 0. This would not change the fit of the model, but it would change the metric of the factor as well as the values of the estimated unstandardized regression coefficients.
Therefore, we usually focus on the interpretation of standardized regression coefficients when it comes to latent factor regression analysis. Those are in standard deviation units and in that sense relatively straightforward to interpret.
Regarding correlations of independent variables, those can cause the same issues as in conventional regression analysis (e.g., collinearity, high standard errors, suppressor effects).
As an aside, it is typically recommended to estimate factor regressions in a single step, that is, within the model, rather than estimating factor scores first and then the regression in a separate analysis.
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Are you with or against mass production, and Why? Taking just clothes as an example; why do brands manufacture in eastern Asian countries?
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Fast fashion is not meant in the question; as fast fashion does jeaprodise quality in order to cycle its business through garment recycling under the name of new fashion!!!
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Hello,
Which medium could you recommend for rat sperm experiments: capacitation/acrosome reaction induction?
HTF, M2, Ham'2 F-10 or HEPES-BWW? Other?
Which brand do you use?
Thank you in advance for your help!
M.
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HTF...
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Looking for VHF implants for snakes like Indian rock pythons with a life from 12-18 months.
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Holohil worked great for Eastern Diamondback Rattlesnakes and lasted at least 18 months.
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I am trying to find a paper which proves Brand credibility as moderating variables influencing the relationship between attitude and intention to adopt. please help. Thanks.
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My experience is that a good Google Scholar search will find everything.
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Kindly give your comments on this.
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Both are directly and indirectly influenced by the psychological characteristics of the individuals in the society.
Brand attitude reflects the quality of the product in the market as well as the popularity of the company whereas the consumer attitude will reflect the consumer taste preferences ing the stakeholders in the society.
Brand attitude will depend upon the originality of the product, durability and the price of the commodity in the market but the consumer attitude will determine by its availability, accessibility and affordability of the commodity in the market.
Brand attitude will be generated through the effective media advertisement, companies name and fame among the stakeholders whereas the consumer attitude could be ascertained by the consumer satisfaction, utilities and cost etc.
Brand attitude could be determined by the companies performance and the quality of the commodities whereas the consumer attitude is purely based upon the interest of the individuals and degree of confidence on the commodity among the stakeholders.
Both attitudes are from psychological characteristics of the individuals could influence at any time due it's quality, price and durability in common.
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I am doing a research project but am stuck when I cannot find statements about the relationship between Brand engagaement and Brand awareness, Brand association.
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Maybe these research will help:
Social media influencers: A route to brand engagement for their followers - https://doi.org/10.1002/mar.21419
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Dear all friends,
I need a fiber optic camera with the following features:
  1. Waterproof
  2. Resistant to a maximum temperature of about 120 C
  3. Resistant to a maximum pressure of 100 bar
I would be glad and appreciative if anyone could send me some information about the brand, and other details of the camera he/she used.
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Search the Ali Express website
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Need 0.5-1000ng/ml sensitivity. Any experience? Brands to use?
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See the following papers by our Univ Colleagues
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Kinoshita, M., Zakaria, M. P., Ismail, A., Yusof, S., Boonphakdee, C., Boonphakdee, T., & Inoue, K. (2010). An attempt to detect contamination with estrogenic compounds in river water of urban area in Thailand and Malaysia using transgenic medaka. J. Coast. Mar. ScI, 34(1), 216-222.
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I am going to buy a GPU for processing some deep networks and to be honest, I do not have sufficient info on which GPU brands and specifications are best? I prefer a GPU that delivers quick results regardless of price, and brand? For Your Information, OS: Ubuntu 64, Memory: 32GiB. if you need extra info about the current system, please let me know. I highly appreciate your suggestions. If someone has been working on GPUs for processing deep networks, I would be happy to have further discussions.
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Hamdi A. Zurqani Thanks for your reponse!
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Hello everyone,
I am conducting a research in which I have data on the purchase of 4 brands of some consumers in a first period of time (pretest). But I also have the data for the purchase of those 4 brands and the option to stop buying the product, in a second period of time (post-test). Between the pretest and the posttest, consumers were shown a stimulus that could have changed their purchase intention.
So, I have a nominal variable with 4 categories (one per brand), a nominal variable with 5 categories (the brands and the option to stop using the product), a nominal variable with the 4 stimuli, and other continuous variables (like age).
I make a drawing to represent the relationships between the pretest and post-test. Therefore, I have 5 flows for each brand in the pretest (20 in total) that relate to the brands in the posttest.
I would like to know what test I can use to determine if the flow of customers from brand 1 who go on to buy brand 2 is significant. That is, it is higher or lower than theoretically expected. I want to be able to apply this test to all relationships.
I also want to know what model I could use that includes all the relationships and the other explanatory variables (the stimuli, age, etc.). Then I can determine what variables influence these changes.
Thank you very much.
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I'm going to try with your recommendations.
Thank you very much David Morse and Daniel Wright
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Hi!
I need some input regarding survey questions for moderated regression analysis for my
My subject is how influencermarketing(moderator) affects the causal relation between Electronic-Word(independent variable) and brand loyalty(bl)(dependent variable?)
Here is my first draft for questions:
For me to spread positive E-wom, It is important for the clothing brand to:
Pick an influencer with a trustworthy and credible message(drivers of bl)
Pick an influencer that you can relate to in terms of clothing preferences
Pick an influencer that regularly offers new exciting content(sticky environment)
Offer a beneficial influencer campaign/discount code
Pick an influencer that provides valuable, informative information about the brand
Promote an influencer that offers an entertaining experience
In general, Influencer marketing increases my positive associations with the brand
But I dont know how to categorize the variables for the analysis? Or do i need to redo all of my survey?
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Hello Beata,
before going to data, you have to come up with a theoretical model that optimally focuses on unitary/one-dimensional variables (IV, DV and moderator). "Optimally" means: of course you can focus on aggregate constructs or measured indexes that summarise a bunch of things but that makes a theoretical argumentation about of the effects (including moderation) a bit blurry.
But even if you have to stick to aggregate constructs (which is often the case in marketing) as these are often inherently aggregate, you have to base your decision on the construct itself and its essential facets. THEN you can measure these facets. Don't start with measures.
HTH
Holger
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Customer reviews on social media play a critical role in the decision making (i.e., pre-purchase) stage in the customer journey. Therefore, it is critical for a brand to measure customers' perception of the quality of the reviews available across the brand's social media platforms, such as reviews on the brand's Facebook page. The following study has developed and empirically validated a construct called 'Social Communications' (SOCM) that brand managers and researchers could use to measure the quality of a brand's customer reviews. They define 'Social Communications' as the customer’s evaluative judgment of peer user endorsements of a brand across any channels. The four items for measuring the construct are (replace XYZ with the brand's name):
  • SOCM1: Customer reviews of XYZ across all channels are accurate.
  • SOCM2: Customer reviews across XYZ’s channels make me feel confident to buy from XYZ.
  • SOCM3: Online posts by other customers make me feel confident to buy from XYZ.
  • SOCM4: Customer reviews of XYZ across all channels are trustworthy.
Review the article for further details (open/free access): Syed Mahmudur Rahman, Jamie Carlson, Siegfried P. Gudergan, Martin Wetzels, Dhruv Grewal. (2022). Perceived Omnichannel Customer Experience (OCX): Concept, measurement, and impact. Journal of Retailing, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jretai.2022.03.003
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Thanks Kim Viljoen . This construct (social communication) is one of the nine first-order dimensions in the newly developed 36-items OCX scale in this JR paper. We had to keep the number of items per dimension limited to 4 to manage the total number of items in the scale, and to achieve good model fit. Because OCX is a reflective-formative model, future studies could expand any dimension if their study focuses on exploring that dimension further.
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Hi, is anyone here using a light-sheet microscopy? What commercial brand would you advice?
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Zeiss products good in microscopy, I have used one stereo
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I am currently trying to find correlation between two variable (direction + strength of the correlation). My IV is type of content I.e. Brand Content, UGC, which is now coded as 1 and 2 respectively. My DV is brand awareness, brand loyalty and perceived loyalty and they are all measured using likert scale. 
Appreciate so much!
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T- test
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What are most effective customer engagement strategies used by marketing professionals to engage customers with brand ?
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Most effective strategies may be-
1. Surprise Your Customers
2. Stick to Your Customers on Social Media
3. Engage with Your Quiet Customers
4. Post Edgy Content in Social Media
5. Take the Negative Feed back Positively
6. Use Webinars as Customer Engagement Strategy
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Hi all, i have some doubts about SH-SY5Y cell line. i don't know if you have ever met.
in the beginning, when i received the cells, i use the DMEM(ATCC) +10%FBS(gibco) to culture the cells, the cells grew well, and expanded a lot(look at the first picture).
but later, something happened to the cells, after 2 days when i subculture or thaw the cells, some cells detached and became big clumps(please look at the picture), i never met this situation, the sphere-shape cell still alive and metabolized, but it seems abnormal.
i tried to thaw two vials at the same time, use the same high glucose DMEM medium(gibco), use two brand FBS(gibco and BI), but the results are same, they began detach and became sphere after 2 days.
i hope someone can tell me the reason, thanks a lot.
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Hi Ava Lan ,
I'm working with SH-SY5Y cell line for two months now and I'm trying to differentiate them with serum deprivation + ATRA treatment and BDNF.
I never managed to reproductibly differentiate this cell line while I tried many different conditions.
What happens is, within 24h to 48h of RA treatment almost all my cells dies and I have the same problem as you : cells are rounded, floating and sometimes with big floating clumps.
I'm using GIBCO FBS but I will definitely double check for that.
I hope you found the problem, if you have a solution please come back to us and tell us what did you change in order to work.
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For example, Roche has discontinued its Universal Probe Library Products and the Assay Design Centre (https://lifescience.roche.com/global_en/brands/universal-probe-library.html#assay-design-center).
Changing the manufacturer can potentially change the previous results done using those products. Researchers whose previous researches were conducted based on those products will have to validate all those results again using new products from a different manufacturer to continue their researches. This can waste lots of fundings.
What are your opinions regarding this problem?
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Cameron Hyde , thank you so much for sharing all this info.
We want to continue using the UPL system in our lab and I'm just wondering about the reference that they "contain" LNA. Any idea if it is all of the 8 nucleotides? I'm thinking ordering a DNA only probe will have an impact on hybridisation efficiency/specificity.
Thank you all for this great thread.
Product discontinuation as in this case is a serious problem and IMHO the company should just share the product info freely so the community can keep working as before.
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We want to know if the fetal bovine serum from "rmbio" brand is recommended for cell culture, anyone has tested or used it before?
Thank you
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Efficacy varies from lot to lot. We general ask several companies to send us samples from different lots. We compare them at 1,5 and 10% on our cell lines . We then buy the best one in bulk and freeze it. We also ask our colleagues to test the lots and then buy the best larger combined bulk orders ( for which you can often get a discount).
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Dear all,
Kindly provide your valuable comments based on your experience with surgical loupes
- Magnification (2.5 x to 5x)
- Working distance
- field of vision
- Galilean (sph/cyl) vs Kepler (prism)
- TTL vs non TTL/flip
- Illumination
- Post use issues (eye strain/ headache/ neck strain etc)
- Recommended brand
- Post sales services
Thank you
#Surgery #Loupes # HeadandNeck #Surgicaloncology #Otolaryngology
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I need to answer this question to evaluate and submit our work for research
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Dear my friend
i hope you are doing well
see this article
The Brand distentions and the extent of its Effect on the Purchase Decision / An Exploratory Study for a Sample of Consumer of Nissan Motor Cars company in Turkey Turkey
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I am looking for validated scales to compare the personality of brands and consumers.
Since only three of the five dimensions of Aakers scale correlate with the Big Five, I am searching for another solution.
Can you recommend any specific literature?
Thank you so much an advance!
BR
Vanessa Zöberlein
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Your personal brand is a picture that people see from you; Have you thought how the media portrays you this picture that people get in the online world of your personal brand.
Brand character is the same character of giving your brand and influencing people who are going to attract your brand.
The brand's character framework is a standard industry that has a social psychologist called Jennifer Aker, making it up to 5 categories These adjectives include honesty, excitement, merit, attractiveness, strength and strength
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I am using Himedia DMEM with 10% FBS for the Aedes albopictus C6/36 cell line. They are getting lysed after few days of revival. I have tried everything like using fresh media and its components, eliminated antibiotics from the complete media. Used new FBS also. Cells looks fine in first 2/3 days but after that they are getting lysed. So please suggest me the best suitable brand other than Himedia. And also any other way to resolve this issue
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Mahesh Lamsal thank you for your suggestion, but i am not using CO2 for the same. I will make changes according to your suggestion
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I am making microfluidic chips and trying to bond pmma to glass. what brand (model?) of psa do you recommend?
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Mahdi Ahmadi A couple of articles related to usage of polyimide PSA tape based on relative humidity of surrounding environment (Tan et al., 2008) and an alternative pmma bonding solution (Liga et al., 2016)
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what are the challenges and opportunities in implementation of conversational marketing for the promotion of any brand, please give your valuable suggestions.
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Conversational marketing is marketing that talks to consumers . This can be done through live chat, chatbots, voice assistants or other forms of conversational Although, Conversational marketing allows you to turn things that are traditionally seen as marketing materials and make them interactive. ensuring safety, understanding emotion of consumers, conversation in native language and Simultaneous conversations are the important challenges before marketers in conversational marketing.
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Hello all,
I am conducting research on the effects of podcast ads on listeners' attitudes toward the brand and toward the advertisement. I use two mediators (not serial): credibility host and credibility ad and one moderator: parasocial relationship.
I thought I could use PROCESS MODEL 5 twice for this (once for attitude toward the brand and once for attitude toward the ad):
For example first run:
  • Y variable: Attitude towards brand
  • X variable: Type of advertisement (0 = pre-roll, 1 = native advertising)
  • Mediators: Credibility towards podcast host AND Credibility towards the ad
  • Moderator: Parasocial relationship. I created two groups based on the median: low (=1) and high (=2).
  • Model Number: 5
  • Confirmation intervals: 95
  • Number of bootstrap: 5000
  • In options: Effect size, No centering, 3 decimal places, Conditioning values: 16th, 50th etc.
Now someone says I can't use two mediators in process 5. Can anyone tell me if this is true?
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Check the appendix of Introduction to Mediation, Moderation, and Conditional Process Analysis. Refer to the diagrams.
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Does anyone know companies that manufacture, repair or have technical support about SOLAR SIMULATORS (ABET tech|) in Colombia?
We are looking for a companie which could repair a solar simulatos system (ABET technologies inc) in Colombia, because apparently, the brand especified does not have support in this country,.
I will appreciate your help
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emerging research in customer brand engagement and brand evangelism in relation to organisational resilience as a new research area
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dear Prof Ilan Kelman thank you sir I will refer to these works!
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can anyone help to me about which brand of puromycin (for seleation aftar transfectin cell line)
work better? for example solarbio, its working good? how about biobasic brand?
thanks a lot
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Do a kill curve on the parental cells with whichever lot of Puromycin you get.
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Hello,
Our old but not to old DynaPro Plate reader I does not work anymore and Wyatt does not want to investigate the problem as the instrument is 10 years old. We have the money to pay them but they really do not want to loose time on it...
We would like to know if some of you know DLS instruments that are compatible with the measurement of several conditions (at least 30 conditions) in parallel. Of course the goal is to find a company that is able to do a maintenance.
Best,
Sébastien
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Protein aggregation over a range of temperatures (protein denaturation) is a common application for the plate reader. The wells can take tiny amounts of fluid. Have you spoken to Malvern SA?
Bâtiment Le Phénix 1, 24 Rue Émile Baudot, Palaiseau, 91120 France
Tel: Sales: + 33 1 69 35 18 08
Tel: Support: + 33 1 6935 1806
Fax: + 33 1 6019 1326
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I have a purified IgM protein with the high molecular weight (~600 KD). The NativePAGE gel runs perfectly, while the protein marker is not clear. Therefore, I am looking for another protein marker with different brands. Does anyone have some recommendations?
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Hi, Manuele,
Thanks for your answer. This product, LC0725, has been discontinued in ThermoFisher and I can't find other marker for molecular weight >600 KD.
So sad...
Thank you again.
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As the title suggest culturing of CHO-K1 has become incredibly difficult due to insufficient detachment after trypsinization. Cells display a round shape after trypsinization, but do not detach from the culture flask. Cells are not clustered together, but form a nice monolayer prior to subculturing.
I have increased the washing steps with PBS prior to trypsinization, increased the trypsin/EDTA concentration to 0,25%, started trypsinization in lower cell confluency and used different brand culture flasks (both grieiner-bio one and sarstedt), however nothing seems to help so far.
Does anyone have any futher suggestions to try and improve detachment for CHO-K1 cells?
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not the much to add to Malcolm Nobre 's recommendation. Just one more thing. CHO cells can become very sticky. Don't let the cells sit on the plate for too long but try to apply a splitting routine every tow to three day. Use regular cell culture treated plastic flasks but no especially coated material which you would use for loose adhering cells.
If you are working with cells a lot you should check-out Cellseeker (https://www.cellseeker.org/). This is an easy and free to use app to organize and inventory your cell collection online.
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My discussion question is about an intertwined process of communication concepts development across digital marketing agencies or brands’ in-house communication departments. Do they think about the emotional well-being of their clients, audience, or consumers when they make decisions in digital communication strategies and in their choice of marketing performance tools?
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I think many marketing agencies work to play on the emotions of their clients. Many on positive emotions, but some on negative emotions. That's how companies sell their products. In regard to "emotional well-being," I think in many cases companies take it into account. Offering after-sales services or guarantees are examples of this. Nowadays there are many other instruments.
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Hi, I'm a doctoral student in marketing. In my current paper, I am adopting a scale from the psychology field. Since the statements are interpersonal, I need to adapt them to my purpose which is consumer-brand relationship. Therefore, in some statements, I need to change 'person' to 'brand'. For example, the initial statement ' I am unwilling to forgive this person' is changed to ' I am unwilling to forgive this brand'. And similarly, for another scale, I need to change the 'service provider' to 'brand', since the original study has been conducted in the service domain. Do you think these modifications are fine?
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Hi.
I am afraid you can't do it this simple. Questions are representatives of variables. May be doing such adaptation, causes some changes in the concept of original variable. Unless you try to find sound theorical linkages here.
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Hello!
I am looking for help with an experiment that I will be conducting. I want to make sure it is as accurate as possible, therefore I am hoping to get some feedback from you experts on the research guidelines and process!
Here is all the information below. I tried to provide as much detail as possible but if there is any crucial information that I missed please do let me know.
The experiment: Is measuring how hot blankets will make the user. We are testing 10 different blanket brands in an attempt to find the coolest option (best for hot sleepers) and the warmest option (best for cold sleepers).
We are looking to create a chart and be able to accurately rank the blankets from "coolest to warmest".
From some initial thoughts and research online here is the process I came up with:
* Set up 11 identical jugs of warm water that are set to the same exact temperature (98.6 F).
* Wrap the water jug the same exact way for each of the 10 blanket brands.
*Leave one jug unwrapped as a control variable
*Take a temperature reading of each water jug after 8 hours (to simulate the amount of time in a full nights sleep.)
Results: Order the results of each jug and list from coolest temp to warmest temp.
I have rather limited resources and budget, so I realize this might not be the best way to conduct this experiment but I really am trying to find the best way to make this as accurate as possible.
Thank you so much for your time and help!
- Ryan
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I don't see any articles which are relevant to measuring characteristics of blankets at oajre.ir . Resistive economics is not the topic.
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Hi,
Anybody come across scales that measure uniqueness and self image of individuals as a result of acquiring a certain product or brand. I found number of scales that measures the perception of the brand itself or the perception of a person about himself; but could not find anything that measures the perception of a person about him/herself as a result of a product or a brand possession.
If anyone can help, this would be grateful.
Thanks
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The Rosenberg self-esteem scale (RSES), designed by sociologist Morris Rosenberg, is a commonly used self-esteem measure in social science research. It employs a scale of 0–30, with a score of less than 15 indicating an issue with low self-esteem. The RSES is constructed in the same manner as social-survey questions.
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Dear Respondent, I am inviting you to participate in research conducted for academic purposes to investigate the relationship between animosity and consumer perceptions. Included with this letter, there is a short scenario. After reading the scenario, please answer the questions. The results of this pretest will be used for a Ph.D. dissertation, so the cumulative responses of the sample are important for the results rather than individual ones. Therefore, there is no need to give your name. There is no risk for you in participating and you can be assured that your responses will be confidential. The survey should take you about 15-20 minutes to complete. Participation is entirely voluntary. Thank you very much in advance. Survey Link: https://forms.gle/pMTeM7WRm12YT7Bz8
Sincerely. Muhammad Taqi Ph.D. Candidate Department of Business Administration Izmir University of Economics
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I'm ok for any survey review through research questions. Waiting
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I am currently doing a web scraping study about the online prices of laptops. My objectives are
  1. to test if there is a significant difference in online prices of different laptop brands on different days of the month;
  2. to determine if there is a significant difference in online prices of different laptop ranges on different days of the month; and
  3. to test if there is a significant difference in online prices of laptop ranges per brand on different days of the month
I have already finished scraping the online prices of laptops last week. I am planning to use a two-way and three-way ANOVA to answer the objectives but as I was checking the assumptions of ANOVA, I have noticed that the homogeneity of variance is violated. I have used Levene's Test in checking the homogeneity of variance. Is it still okay to proceed in using two-way and three-way ANOVA?
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As Bruce said: the ANOVA is quite robust given the sample sizes are similar.
I think the more relevant question here is if the price difference is really a useful measure, or if actually the price ratio would be the more sensible statistic to analyze. Usually, price changes are proportional, they are also even usually given in percent. Hence, on the absolute scale, variation of prices of expensive laptops are expected to be larger than that of cheaper models. This all becomes relevant when you include laptops with rather different price tags, and it might be negligible when the laptops all cost about the same (but even then I would consider it smarter to analyze relative changes, for purely theoretical reasons and my understanding of the pricing politics and human behaviour [50€ more on a high-end laptop that costs 4000€ is usually considered irrelevant, wheras the same 50€ more for a laptop that is sold for just about 300€ seems inacceptable).
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Please suggest the reference for qualitative dimensions of Brand Equity as intangible and qualitative aspects of the brand influence brand equity .
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Dear Respondent, I am inviting you to participate in research conducted for academic purposes to investigate the relationship between animosity and consumer perceptions. Included with this letter, there is a short scenario. After reading the scenario, please answer the questions. The results of this pretest will be used for a Ph.D. dissertation, so the cumulative responses of the sample are important for the results rather than individual ones. Therefore, there is no need to give your name. There is no risk for you in participating and you can be assured that your responses will be confidential. The survey should take you about 15-20 minutes to complete. Participation is entirely voluntary. Thank you very much in advance. Survey Link: https://forms.gle/kytRVFgfF21Huja4A
Sincerely. Muhammad Taqi Ph.D. Candidate Department of Business Administration Izmir University of Economics
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There are many publications about the proliferation of private labels over the last years (for example, measured by market shares). But is this proliferation going on and on? Or has a new balance emerged? And if so, how can retailers and industry influence this competition? Or does the proliferation take place 'covertly'? For example, via high-quality or sustainable private labels.
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A vet good analytical question. Through my analysis of current research, this still differs from country to country. However, the attached article provides greater insights and future research directions for private labels. Lastly, as grocery retailers invest in innovation, there is room for an even more upward trajectory.
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I am working on brand Equity and identified alignment with brand personality as a factor which influence brand equity. Please provide me reference for " BRAND PERSONALITY" Scale
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There is an Aaker's brand personality scale (1997) and the Weijters and De Wulf (2009), both frameworks are based on the Big five model.
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Hi all, I turn to community service because the laboratory where I work is required the purchase of a cryostat. We work with plant abiotic stress; the samples would be always vegetal tissue and commonly we will work with fluorochromes.  I'm thinking of the Leica brand Since it has several models, however, I don't know how to compare the different models or even brands. I would appreciate it if someone has some points to consider so I can do a better choice. Thank you.
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The price of a cryostat depends first of all on the range of temperatures provided (level of thermal insulation). The second significant feature is the body material: you can buy a cryostat made of glass, metal or plastic. For further operation and service, it also matters which gas is used as the cryogen.
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According to the article by pantidos (2021), the wheel of motives captures the 12 biological motives that have helped humans to survive and thrive .neuroscience -based tools use knowledge of these behaviours drivers to build brands and develop marketing strategies, involve the likes of food colours and flavours and generate the idea of a new product.
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Dear Amukelani Maluleque,
The reference you mentioned cannot be really considered as a scientific work. It was not published in a peer-reviewed journal. It is a book published by a consultant who wants to promote his methodology. I don't mean that it is not relevant, but you should start your research with sounder academic works...
Best regards.
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Can anyone recommend a suitable brand for ELISA positive control for rickettsia (e.g. Q fever, spotted fever, murine & scrub typhus)?
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I recently have gone through some health-related manuscripts reviews where authors use the specific name of a brand in the title instead of the generic name of a technique of device. In my opinion the use of the specific brand could be considered as conflict of interest, but would like to know the opinion of other researchers and disciplines.
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Should not be used in clinical trials
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Dear Respondent,
I am inviting you to participate in research conducted for academic purposes to investigate the relationship between animosity and consumer perceptions. Included with this letter, there is a short scenario. After reading the scenario, please answer the questions. The results of this pretest will be used for a PhD dissertation, so the cumulative responses of the sample are important for the results rather than individual ones. Therefore, there is no need to give your name. There is no risk for you in participating and you can be assured that your responses will be confidential. The survey should take you about 5 minutes to complete. Participation is entirely voluntary. Thank you very much in advance.
Sincerely.
Muhammad Taqi - PhD candidate
Department of Business Administration
Izmir University of Economics
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done,
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Are there any datasets or databases with multinational brands, like WIPO but with the possibility of downloading information?
Thanks in advance.
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I am about to conduct a comprehensive study on evaluation metrics of machine learning (classification, regression, and clustering) algorithms.
I am aware of the existence of various real-world data sets and synthetic data generators. However, I am not aware existence of:
  1. Any brand new and very challenging real-world tabular data sets?
  2. Any new synthetic data generator with a reasonable number of hyperparameters resembling some real-world data phenomenon?
Any advice and link or hints would be greatly appreciated.
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You can look for gene expression datasets. There are many, they are large, they can be downloaded as tabular data, and the problems are complex.
For instance:
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Hello,
I am investigated the impact of heat on plant growth. I am interested in having 3 temperature treatments, and I have 3 growth cabinets (from the same brand, same version) that can provide controlled environments (light, humidity, CO2 levels - the only difference would be the temperature). My question is how to design the experiment so I can compare the results statistically - would I be able to compare the growth of my plants and associate that with the temperature even though the temperature factor is cofounded with the cabinet, or would I have to repeat the experiment by changing the temperature for each cabinet? If I do have to repeat the experiment, how can I compare between the experiments as the plants might be growing differently even if I time it the same way?
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You grow 6 plants in each cabinet with each cabinet at a different temperature. Measure each plant at the beginning and end of the experiment. Then repeat the experiment two more times but swap the temperature of the cabinets so each cabinet has performed growth at each of the 3 temperatures. Rotating the cabinets this way removes this confounding factor. So then you will have 3 replicates of 6 plants at each of the 3 temperatures. You then make a table of replicate, temperature and growth. Check the data for normality by drawing a histogram and then test for differences in means using one way anova and post hoc tests, or using Kruskal–Wallis test by rank if the data is non-parametric :)
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Which social media portals are currently being used to the greatest extent in business, for example in internet marketing, in order to present the offer of products and services, present the mission and perspectives of the company's development, improve the company's brand image?
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I invite you to the discussion
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Dear Main Al-Dalahmeh,
Yes, these are the leading social media whose business success is determined mainly by poorly implemented internet marketing. What do you think about it?
Thank you very much,
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Dariusz Prokopowicz
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Does anyone have experience and maybe recommendations on conferences on retail, private labels and national brands? Maybe also looking at future development and online topics?
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We bought a new Qubit 4 under two years ago. We've gone through about 650 reactions in that time. Today, the unit failed to turn on. We tried connecting to a computer, using different plugs, etc. to no avail. ThermoFisher told us that the unit is not serviceable and we will need to purchase a brand new unit. Has anyone else run into this issue? Have others gotten a longer lifespan out of their units?
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Good share! Thanks for sharing this AZ
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I am focusing a research about the role of luxury as whole, -not only of luxury brands or operators- in recent urban trasformations. Did someone face off the same problem? What about processes of city branding and urban marketing? and the effect on the city/territory? 
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Los lujos decrecen y los precios aumentan. Es la tendencia internacional por la situación económica internacional que fue notablemente afectada por la Covid 19
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Dear Respondent, I am inviting you to participate in research conducted for academic purposes to investigate the relationship between animosity and consumer perceptions. Included with this letter, there is a short scenario. After reading the scenario, please answer the questions. The results of this pretest will be used for a PhD dissertation, so the cumulative responses of the sample are important for the results rather than individual ones. Therefore, there is no need to give your name. There is no risk for you in participating and you can be assured that your responses will be confidential. The survey should take you about 5 minutes to complete. Participation is entirely voluntary. Thank you very much in advance.
Sincerely. Muhammad Taqi PhD candidate Department of Business Administration Izmir University of Economics
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That's Great
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Customer engagment as comptative advantage
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You may refer to the following articles:
Gómez, M., Lopez, C., & Molina, A. (2019). An integrated model of social media brand engagement. Computers in Human Behavior, 96, 196-206.
Hollebeek, L. D., Glynn, M. S., & Brodie, R. J. (2014). Consumer brand engagement in social media: Conceptualization, scale development and validation. Journal of interactive marketing, 28(2), 149-165.
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Looking to measure stress in cats using IRT. One study used a FLIR, but it is quite pricey. Any other good options? I think FLIR is a good brand, but I don't know enough about the specs to determine what I need.
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Hello Kathryn, Flir are very high quality thermal cameras, this company specializes in this area and they are very high quality, but also expensive. We use a testo camera to measure stress in animals, specifically the testo 890-2 model. It is a camera for scientific purposes, has suitable accuracy and many useful functions, they are cheaper than Flir. And the price corresponds to the quality.
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Dear Professors/ Students and Friends,
I Am Menaga Ananthan ,Research Scholar Of Vistas
Please fill my Survey Questionnaires I have attached to the Google form link below
the question is based on impact of Corporate social responsibility on Brand loyalty .
Kindly help me in filling the questionnaire, Being a young researcher your valuable time towards filling this questionnaire will adds up a value to the research work ,also it will help me to conduct the research in best way ,Thank u in advance .
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Its very good work...
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Hye and hope you doing well.
I am currently finish my final year project lab based. I would like to run a test using SPSS as I want to find association between coliform and different type of cake. I have 2 brand of sample. Total number of sample are 4 (n=4). I dont know what test to used
Brand A - Chocolate cake & cream cake
Brand B - chocolate cake and cream cake
The number 2 on the picture I attached represent the number of replicate. It just the same as number of respondent
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Hi Nor Amira Ahmad Zaidi!
I don't know if I got the point, but do you have already consider to simply using a t-test to see if there is a statistical difference in the presence of coliform within the chocolate cake of Brand A/ chocolate cake of Brand B and so on?
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Furthermore, do you have any evidence on significant link between brand trust and brand tribalism. Finally, customers who trust a brand will feel obligated to it and believe it matcher their lifestyle.
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There is a well-established literature on this topic. For example, you may check out these articles:
Veloutsou, C., & Moutinho, L. (2009). Brand relationships through brand reputation and brand tribalism. Journal of Business Research, 62(3), 314-322.
Jurisic, B., & Azevedo, A. (2011). Building customer–brand relationships in the mobile communications market: The role of brand tribalism and brand reputation. Journal of Brand Management, 18(4), 349-366.
Taute, H. A., Sierra, J. J., Carter, L. L., & Maher, A. A. (2017). A sequential process of brand tribalism, brand pride and brand attitude to explain purchase intention: a cross-continent replication study. Journal of Product & Brand Management.
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Hello everyone,
I´m in the next couple of months writing my dissertation. My thinking is along the lines of: Corporate heritage/history colliding with innovation and relevancy for the upcoming generation (millennials) in the luxury watch market. Especially the following paper has peeked my interest: "The corporate heritage brand paradox: Managing the tension between continuity and change in luxury brands"
However, there is also a lot of conflicting material and papers out there on the millennials, and not sure if I would end up studying two separate matters with this topic.
My question is if someone has any tips on how to attack this? If you have some expertise on the topics, and willing to share some thoughts/info/guidance it would be of great help. Ultimately, any help or feedback is very much appreciated!
Best,
Ario
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Hi Iranmanesh,
I am curious to hear how your thesis progressed, I am quite keen on studying a topic within the same industry of horology for my Bachelor's thesis.
Cheers
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I am checking for intracellular growth of TB bacilli in macrophages in the presence and absence of certain antibiotics. The macrophages will be lysed and growth and viability detected using Bactiter-Glo assay in a 96 well plate format.
Could anyone tell me the type and brand of 96 well plates with a flat bottom, opaque walls that is suitable?
Does it need to be tissue culture-treated or do I need a high binding surface? Can I use a non-binding surface?
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Thank you, this information is a great help.
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Dear experts,
I'm looking for a survey questionnaire that could be part of a Brand Audit to be adopted & adapted. Welcome any suggestions & recommendations.
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Like all things, the questions you include in a brand audit will depend on the ‘problem’ and your objectives. Why do you want to carry out the audit? What changes have occurred in the environment? Is the brand awareness low? Do people not understand what the brand is trying to stand for? Are the elements of the brand image not aligned? And so on. Below are some suggestions for what needs to be included in an audit / your evaluation of any audit tool you may find.
First and foremost, you need to brainstorm the purpose (short and long term) of the audit. This is so that the research will identify current problems and will provide a monitoring and evaluation tool in the future. Where are the touch points and are they consistent with the brand’s intended identity? You will also want to include a comparison with competition and the leading brands in the category. In all areas the perception of the target market is key – do they see the brand as the marketing team want to present it?
The following may not be comprehensive, but you will want questions or ratings to assess and align:
- Is the target market aware of the brand?
- Is the brand name simple, memorable and meaningful? Logo recognizable?
- What is the portfolio of brands used by consumers? Degree of satisfaction and brand loyalty to the available ones? Share of purchases of the product category?
- Does the market understand and like the vision, values and purpose of the brand? These obviously need to resonate with the target market and its attitudes, lifestyle and values. Hopefully you will know these from prior research!
- Can the target market identify the brand promise? Does the brand live up to it?
- Does the brand have a USP (unique selling point) which is meaningful for the target market?
- Does the brand provide a good, relevant, UX? How does it do this?
- The positioning of the brand. Where does it stand in terms of price, quality, all the relevant selection elements of the product category? (For example, food products may need to make a statement about the taste.) Perceived positioning will depend on how the brand presents itself to the market. For example, is the brand perceived as ‘premium priced’ or ‘value for money’?
- Appearance. This will include the logo, colours, shapes, images, tag-line, fonts, sounds and mood created by the elements. Ask if the appearance is consistent wherever the brand is present. Is the promotion or use of the brand in places which contribute to the strength of the brand?
- Personality: does the above create the persona required by the manufacturer / service provider? Does this personality fit in with the target market? Do they like the brand?
- Practical elements. What is the brand equity? How does the brand compare with the other available products on the strategic marketing elements (product / price / place / promotion / people / physical / processes)? i.e. checking product performance and service levels / cost of use / availability / level and type of adspend / type of people who are associated / appearance of premises, leaflets, packaging and stationery / what it takes to purchase or interact with the organisation.
- Performance – what is the contribution to the bottom line of the organisation (brand equity)? What is the market share? Does the brand allow higher pricing?
PS Then do the same for the leading brand(s) and major competitors!! – Essentially a SWOT analysis.
Don’t forget to check the internal environment to ensure everyone knows what is expected for them to build and promote the brand.
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These two construct antecedents of brand community and its effectiveness is very much relevance in relationship marketing and brand and marketing managers must be focus on theses concepts .
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I would recommend reading the following article:
- Coelho, A., Bairrada, C. and Peres, F. (2019), "Brand communities’ relational outcomes, through brand love", Journal of Product & Brand Management, Vol. 28 No. 2, pp. 154-165. https://doi.org/10.1108/JPBM-09-2017-1593.
This article can be reached through Google Scholar.
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Dear colleagues,
I need to develop a marketing model for the brand positioning strategy. The field of application is represented by green products, more precisely by organic food. Therefore, the basic theoretical concept is: green brand positioning.
The sample will be represented by companies that hold in their portfolio brands of organic food products (marketing and brand communication specialists), therefore the model created should represent the desired positioning (positioning strategy): formulation/elaboration of strategy, decision making and, possibly, the communication of the positioning strategy (through marketing mix). I would also like to use structural equation modeling for hypothesis analysis.
1. What research variables should be included in the model? (maybe a series of factors that influence the choice of the most appropriate variant of positioning strategy depending on the particularities of the internal and external environment of the company ...)
2. Do you know similar models in the field of brand positioning, which address especially the field of food or the field of green products (or more explicitly, organic food)? What works, articles could I consult in order to make the model proposal? What do you recommend?
Thank you for your help!
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You may start from this base model. Then expand it towards a "green environment".
Hope it is helpful. Thank you
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I am working with MCF-10A cells for nearly 2 years. It always grows well with normal morphology. However, from May this year, it suddenly became unnormal. The cell could only grow for 2-3 days no matter how much density I seeded, how many passage the cells it was. For example, if I seeded 1/4 T25 to a new T25 flask, it only could grow to 70% confluency and then stop growing, even I changed new medium to the flask. And the cells were easily to be detached by trypsin. It only took 5 mins for 0.05% trypsin (containing 0.53mM EDTA) to detach all cells (70-80% cell confluency). The cell morphology were changed, with sparse distribution and elongated spindle shape. I have thawed a new vial, but after subcultured for 2 times, it turned unnormal, which means that stop growing and become sparse distribution . Dose anyone have suggestions on my problem? The brand of DMEM/F12 and supplementals that I used to make medium were all same as before.
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Linda Li . That is good because mycoplasma is almost impossible to get rid of. When cells start acting whacky, the most common causes are bad batches of media, incubator malfunctions (e.g. CO2 levels, impure H2O in pans, heat) and untrained people doing tissue culture work. Those are easily fixable.
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What programs, applications, would you recommend to work on your computer and why? I am not talking about the name of a specific company (brand) to avoid being accused of surreptitious advertising, but about the specification of an IT tool that, in your opinion, enables good data analysis and a tool that you perceive as future-oriented for the work of an economist a macro and micro data analyst. What tool with what device (computer) makes a good analytical set? I believe that investments in IT applications, regardless of what our university has installed on computers, are an important part of our individual choices and work with data. I also think that the tools we choose ourselves and learn to use them well at work, affect the final results of our analytical projects. What's your opinion?
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I use mostly the program PAST or CAP making it possible to use the multivariate methods as the usual descriptive statistics.
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I would like to do a thesis work on Private Label branding. However, would like to know which are the categories in which research work has not yet been done to a large extent, and where scope for further work exists.
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I am not expert in the concentration but I hope this link help.
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Can anybody please tell me what is JEL Classification Code ? How I find of these codes such as , Corporate Socia Responsibility , Employer Brand, Brand Performance, Corporate Reputation, Banking Industry.
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The "JEL" classification system originated with the Journal of Economic Literature and is a standard method of classifying scholarly literature in the field of economics. It is used in many of the AEA's published research materials.
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I am using the popular scale developed by Myers et al. (2012) to ascertain the cause-brand fit for a project I am working on. I wanted to understand if the scale can be used in the case of only real brands in the marketplace or can be used for the fictitious brand created for the study. When I checked the literature only one study has used the scale to check the cause-brand fit for a fictitious brand.
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Kakhaber Djakeli ok. Thank you for your rely.
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Are the big brands making a comeback or is the importance of private labels being reinforced? The pandemic has strengthened large brands that have adopted ad hoc communication and advertising strategies. According to the concultora McKinsey, large companies have increased their market share by 1% during the past 2020 and a greater increase is expected throughout this 2021. However, during the confinement a willingness of people to subordinate has also been detected the choice based on the brand to the availability of the product, which has been a new opportunity for private labels.
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The growing importance of own brands is a result, among other things, of the growing interest in healthy food. More time means more opportunities to look for healthy solutions. Consumers are becoming more aware. Organic food, but also home production, is also in fashion.
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I have two different brands of methylcellulose (MC). One has a viscosity of 15 cP (MC 15) while the other has 4,000 cP (MC 4,000). MC 15 yields a clearer and less viscous solution when dissolved in water. Please what is the difference between the two polymers in terms of their physical and chemical properties? Also, which one is a better polymer for solid polymer electrolyte application?
Thank you.
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