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Dr. Claude Jacq’s - Department of Biology, ENS, France
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Garner Lab at UTSW
George M. Church Lab - Lipper Center for Computational Genomics
IBM Nanoscience
Institute of Toxicology and genetics
Integrated Approaches for Functional Genomics, European Science Foundation
Lab on a Chip - Miniaturisation for Chemistry and Biology
Lab Robotics Interest Group
LARTA - Nanotechnology Working Group
Medical Automation
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Microarray Gene Expression Data Group
MicroArray Informatics at the European Bioinformatics Institute
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New Mexico State University - Sensor Research Group
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San Diego Bioinformatics Forum
San Diego Biotechnology Discussion Group
School of Informatics, University of Wales, Bangor
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Society for Laboratory Automation and Screening
Stanford Microarray Database
Stanford Microfluidics Laboratory
Stuart Kim Lab - Stanford
TAGC - Nylon Microarrays
Take the Sample Prep Survey - Chance to win $500 Amazon Voucher
Texas Nanotechnology Initiative (USA)
The Age of Personalized Medicine
The Bacterial MicroArray Group
The European Science Foundation
The Gene Expression Portal
The Human Genome Project
The Medical Research Council Toxicology Unit - DNA Microarray pages
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The Nanotech Company
The Nanotube Site, Michigan State University (USA)
The NIEHS cDNA Microarray Centre
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Toxicity Testing With Cultured Liver Cells
Microreactor replaces animal testing.
Study Validates Analysis of Copy Number Variation in Miniaturized Reaction Volumes
Data shows that accurate and reproducible CNV results can be produced with IntelliQube using the Array Tape® consumable.
Organs on Chips
Combining 3D cell culture with microfluidics, organs-on-chips could revolutionize toxicology testing for pharmaceuticals, foods, cosmetics, pesticides, and industrial chemicals.
Finding the Needle in a Microbial Haystack
After developing a novel investigational technology called PathoChip that can rapidly identify elusive microorganisms, a team of Penn Medicine researchers recently succeeded for the first time in identifying a pathogen in a patient sample, demonstrating the proof of principle that this technology can be used to identify pathogens in human disease.
Organ-on-a-Chip
In a step toward personalized drug testing, researchers coax human stem cells to form complex tissues.
Diagnosing Cancer from a Single Drop of Blood
What if a physician could effectively diagnose cancer from one drop of a patient’s blood?
Study Reveals Shared Behavior of Microbes And Electrons
Bacteria streaming through a lattice behave like electrons in a magnetic material.
Study Reveals Shared Behavior of Microbes and Electrons
Bacteria streaming through a lattice behave like electrons in a magnetic material.
Detecting When and Why Deadly Blood Clots Form
New bioinspired blood coagulation assay is more sensitive than existing assays and could one day be used to diagnose rare bleeding disorders and prevent toxic effects of anticoagulant and antiplatelet drugs.
Tracing a Cellular Family Tree
New technique allows tracking of gene expression over generations of cells as they specialize.
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