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New tissue microarrays conform to FDA standards

Published on 3/04/2019

AMSBIO offers an unmatched portfolio of more than 2000 tissue microarrays, one of the best sample formats for rapid detection of cellular localisation of RNA and protein expression.

 

Have a little empathy

Published on 1/04/2019

People with higher levels of empathy employ better coping strategies for dealing with stressful situations, research has found.

 

Ecotoxicology services expanded with aquatic labs

Published on 29/03/2019

Translational science and research organisation, Fera Science Limited, has begun construction work on a new aquatic laboratory testing facility to broaden its range of ecotoxicology test services from the organisation’s site in Sand Hutton, Yorkshire.

 

Advancing motor neuron research

Published on 28/03/2019

Dolomite Bio’s Nadia Instrument is helping researchers to gain a deeper understanding of motor neuron disease through the use of single nuclei RNA sequencing (sNuc-Seq).

 

Adeno-associated virus biosensors

Published on 25/03/2019

AMSBIO has added a new range of GCaMP calcium indicators to their portfolio of ready-to-use adeno-associated virus (AAV) biosensor products.

 

Detecting aggregation onset in nanoparticles

Published on 20/03/2019

Testa Analytical Solutions’ NanoBrook Omni particle size analyser and BI-ZTU autotitrator can be used together to detect the onset of aggregation in nanoparticles.

 

VideometerLab enables rapid determination

Published on 18/03/2019

Cambridge-based Analytik has released the VideometerLab 4, a multispectral imaging and automated visual measurement system designed for fast and accurate determination of surface colour, texture, shape, size and chemical composition.

 

Genomic barriers lowered by sequencing system

Published on 14/03/2019

Integrated DNA Technologies has introduced the unique rhAmpSeq targeted sequencing system, providing researchers with highly accurate, cost-effective and easy-to-use amplicon sequencing on Illumina next-generation sequencing platforms.

 

Colon cancer growth reduced by exercise

Published on 12/03/2019

According to new research published in The Journal of Physiology, exercise may play a role in reducing the growth of colon cancer cells.

 

LED photoreactor range expanded

Published on 11/03/2019

Uniqsis has announced its PhotoSyn high-power photoreactor light module for continuous flow chemistry is now available with alternative LED array configurations, making it compatible with more photochemical reactions.

 

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