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The Biomarkers Which Could be Used to Spot Alzheimer’s Earlier

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In this video, Sophie discusses the 'biomarkers' which could be used to spot Alzheimer's in its early stages.

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Host Cell Protein Analysis in Biopharma

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Presence of host cell protein (HCP) contaminants in the final product, even at very low levels, may elicit unpredictable and serious immunogenic response in humans. The accurate detection, identification and quantification of HCPs during biotherapeutic development is thus critical in ensuring patient safety, and is a regulatory requirement.

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Streamline your western blotting workflow with iWestern

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Designed to address processing efficiency, reproducibility, and robustness of results, the iWestern Workflow helps to enable exceptional western blot results with minimal hands-on time.

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The 1918 Flu Pandemic

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The global flu pandemic of 1918, dubbed “Spanish flu”, killed 50 million people worldwide including the young, fit and healthy. Here we highlight some of the key events of the pandemic.

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Food or Sex?

Food or Sex?

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Unicellular diatoms show complex behavior, selecting between the search for sex partners or nutrient sources based on an evaluation of their own needs.

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Why Some Cancers Affect Only Young Women
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UNIGE and HUG scientists show that rare ovarian and pancreatic cancers in young women are caused by cells that have settled in an organ other than the one for which they were intended during embryogenesis.

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Fat Fuels Aggressive Brain Cancers
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Fat is powering tumour growth in brain cancer, finds a new study by Cardiff University and the University of Florida.

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Glioblastoma Overcomes Treatment Resistance in Promising Preclinical Study
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A novel method of overcoming treatment resistance to both PD-1 and adoptive cellular therapy has been identified, by employing a concomitant hematopoietic stem and progenitor cell transfer.

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Can High-Throughput Technologies Improve Reproducibility in Neuroscience?

Can High-Throughput Technologies Improve Reproducibility in Neuroscience?

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By improving sensitivity in quality control, increasing capacity and throughput, and by improving assay development and measurement, high-throughput technologies are helping to overcome the reproducibility crisis in science.

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Exploiting Epigenetics in Cancer Treatment
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Changes to the complex of DNA and the proteins that form chromatin are important drivers in many cancers. We explore the challenges and progress in the development of new therapies targeting epigenetic regulators.

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Through the Looking Glass of Single Cell Proteomics
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To pick apart the differences between individual cells in complex multicellular organisms, we need to look at cells one-by-one. This article takes a look at how several scientists in North America are using single cell proteomics (SCP) technologies to discern disease pathogenesis and enhance directed stem-cell differentiation.

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Exploring the Public’s Perception of Food Fraud
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When you go to the shops to buy the weekly groceries, it’s quite likely you’ll find yourself thinking about where your food has come from. Is this organic? Is that free-range? You are perhaps less likely to find yourself wondering, “Is this food fake?”

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