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Kaluza for Gallios Delivers Ease of Use, Analytical Power for Researchers
Saturday, May 10, 2014
Beckman Coulter offers new software package for data acquisition in cytometry, for use across cell analysis applications.

Dako Launches Two Ready-to-Use Antibodies for Cancer Diagnosis
Wednesday, May 07, 2014
Company announces addition of Anti-CK 8/18 and Anti-TdT antibodies for routine diagnostic use.

Flexible Forward Scatter Technology Enables Advances
Thursday, May 01, 2014
MoFlo® Astrios EQ from Beckman Coulter Life Sciences Delivers Simultaneous High-speed Cell Sorting and Sub-micron Particle Detection.

Molecular Devices Introduces Microplate Reader and Washer
Monday, April 28, 2014
The inexpensive and versatile EMax® Plus Microplate Reader and MultiWash™+ Microplate Washer are designed for labs just starting up or looking to extend capabilities with affordable, yet reliable instrumentation that utilizes the industry-standard SoftMax® Pro Microplate Data Acquisition and Analysis Software.

New Approach to Temperature Control in Cell Therapy Clinical Trial
Wednesday, April 23, 2014
CoolCell® cell freezing device and CoolBox™ ice-free cooling workstations chosen to support handling and processing of investigational cell therapy product in landmark clinical research trial.

New Monoclonal Antibodies to Mumps Virus
Friday, April 18, 2014
3 New monoclonal antibodies function in ELISA and IFA.

Molecular Devices to Attend Fourth Annual European Lab Automation (ELA) 2014
Wednesday, April 16, 2014
Molecular Devices® will be showcasing the next generation SpectraMax® MiniMax™ 300 imaging cytometer.

Hevylite® FDA Cleared to Help Monitor Patients with IgG and IgA Myeloma
Friday, April 11, 2014
Hevylite® measures the concentration of each immunoglobulin subtype.

Immunovaccine's DepoVax™ Technology Underpins New Experimental Therapy for Cancers
Wednesday, April 09, 2014
IMV vaccine adjuvant technology of choice for Dana-Farber's HPV-related cancer clinical trial.

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Scientific News
Too Exhausted to Fight – and to do Harm
An ‘exhausted’ army of immune cells may not be able to fight off infection, but if its soldiers fight too hard they risk damaging the very body they are meant to be protecting, suggests new research from the University of Cambridge.
Researchers Develop a New Means of Killing Harmful Bacteria
Engineered particles are capable of producing toxins that are deadly to targeted bacteria.
Iron: A Biological Element?
Study shows findings which have meaning for fields as diverse as mining and the search for life in space.
Team Led by TSRI Scientists Shows AIDS Vaccine Candidate Successfully ‘Primes’ Immune System
New research shows that an experimental vaccine candidate can stimulate immune activity necessary to prevent HIV infection.
New Tool Identifies Novel Compound Targeting Causes of Type 2 Diabetes
Study identifies small-molecule compound that protects cells against ER stress.
New Immunoregulation and Biomarker
Clinicians at LMU have elucidated a mechanism involved in determining the lifespan of antibody-producing cells, and identified a promising new biomarker for monitoring autoimmune diseases.
Seashells to Deliver New Drugs and Vaccines
Australian scientists have developed a protective seashell-inspired capsule to preserve the active biological ingredients needed to create new drugs.
HIV Paradox
Investigators from Harvard Medical School, Massachusetts General Hospital, and the Ragon Institute of MGH, MIT and Harvard have added another piece to the puzzle of how a small group of individuals known as elite controllers are able to control HIV infection without drug treatment.
Scientists Map Surface of Immune Cells
The immune system must constantly adapt to its environment in order to protect a body effectively. The so-called T cells are an important example in this regard. One of their functions is to form the immune system's "memory".
Researchers Expose how ‘James Bond’ Cells are Made
New research from Australian and Singaporean scientists has revealed how immune cell ‘spies' are created, providing clues on how the immune system could be manipulated to better fight disease.
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