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Lab-developed Intestinal Organoids form Mature Human Tissue in Mice
Study produces unprecedented model to study intestinal diseases.
Study Investigates Inherent Contamination in Deep Well Microplates
Study gives data on microplates from numerous manufacturers based in Europe, USA and China.
Revalesio’s Drug Shows Promise in Treating Alzheimer’s
Multiple published research studies outline the potential for RNS60 to effectively treat Alzheimer’s disease by protecting neuronal function and restoring neuronal plasticity.
Shaking Up Cell Biology
Researchers focus in on decades old mystery.
Link Between Viral Infection And Autoimmune Disease Found
Common viral infections can pave the way to autoimmune disease, Australian scientists have revealed in breakthrough research published internationally today.
Human Cancer Prognosis Is Related to Newly Identified Immune Cell
A rare population of tumor-associated “good” cells slows cancer.
Culture System Replicates Course Of Alzheimer’s Disease
Three-dimensional system should significantly reduce time and costs of drug development.
Researchers Describe New Method for Cell Line Authentication
SNP profiling, an effective method to detect misidentification, contamination, and chromosomal abnormalities in mouse cell lines.
Peptide Mimics as a Drug Target for Ebola
University of Utah researchers create a tool to develop treatments for Ebola using Protein Technologies’s peptide synthesizer.
CDC Develops a New, Faster Lab Test for Enterovirus D68
Confirmed cases will appear to rise as agency accelerates specimen testing.
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All-in-one Droplet Microfluidic Chips for Biomolecular Assays
Tza-Huei Wang, Associate Professor, Johns Hopkins University, speaking at Lab on a Chip World Congress 2013.
Date Posted: Thursday, January 02, 2014
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