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DeNovix Introduces a New dsDNA Fluorescence Kit
Thursday, March 10, 2016
Company has introduced a new dsDNA fluorescence kit that enables sub-picogram concentration fluorescence quantification for single-cell, ChIP-Seq, laser dissection, and other low sample input genomics applications.

Rennova Health Launches Pharmacogenetics Testing Through Its Medytox Diagnostics Subsidiary
Friday, March 04, 2016
Company has announced that it has developed the revolutionary PhyzioType Systems for DNA-guided management and prescription of drugs used to treat mental illness, pain, heart disease and diabetes.

PerkinElmer’s LabChip® NGS 3K Assay Conserves Rare Sample Types and Provides Enhanced Research Workflows
Wednesday, March 02, 2016
Company has announced the launch of its new LabChip® NGS 3K assay for advanced genomics and cancer research, drug development, and next generation sequencing.

Matched ChIP-validated Antibodies & Primer Sets
Friday, February 26, 2016
Chromatrap announces that its high quality ChIP-validated antibodies can now be supplied with optimised matching primer sets.

PAREXEL Launches Expanded Genomic Research Services
Tuesday, February 23, 2016
Company has announced expanded genomic research services to accelerate drug development and to support regulatory and payer approval processes.

Cleaver Scientific to Showcase Electrophoresis Portfolio at Arablab 2016
Wednesday, February 17, 2016
Cleaver Scientific will be displaying its latest innovations in Gel Electrophoresis at ARABLAB 2016, to be held 20-23 March 2016 at the Dubai International Convention & Visitors Centre in the United Arab Emirates.

GEN9 Develops Novel Multiplex Synthesis Platform for DNA Assembly
Wednesday, February 10, 2016
Proprietary technology enables manufacture of billions of base pairs of DNA at a fraction of today’s costs.

New Benchtop Centrifuge Incorporates Hybrid Rotor for Application Flexibility
Tuesday, February 09, 2016
Thermo Scientific Medifuge small benchtop centrifuge provides versatility within a compact footprint.

InSphero and NCATS Presents Collaborative 3D Cancer Screening Study
Wednesday, February 03, 2016
Study describes high-throughput compatible screening assay using 3D tumor microtissue models to classify efficacy, toxicity, and mechanism of action for compounds in NIH Oncology Library.

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Unravelling the Role of Key Genes and DNA Methylation in Blood Cell Malignancies
Researchers from the University of Nebraska Medical Center have demonstrated the role of Dnmt3a in safeguarding normal haematopoiesis.
Agilent Presents Early Career Professor Award to Dr. Roeland Verhaak
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Ovarian Cancer Insight
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Bacterial Genes Boost Current in Human Cells
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Less Frequent Cervical Cancer Screening
HPV-vaccinated women may only need one screening every 5 to 10 years with screening starting later in life.
Questioning the Safety of Selenium to Combat Cancer
Research indicates the need for change in practice as selenium supplements cannot be recommended for preventing colorectal cancer.
Supercomputers Could Improve Cancer Diagnostics
Researchers push the boundaries of cancer research through high-performance computing to map the human immunone.
Transgenomic, Precipio Diagnostics Merger
Merger will creates a robust diagnostic platform focused on improving accuracy of cancer diagnoses.
Leukaemia Cell Movement Gives Clues to Tackling Treatment-Resistant Disease
Researchers at Imperial College London have suggested that the act of moving itself may help the cells to survive, possibly through short-lived interactions with an array of our own cells.
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