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ULTImate YChemH: a powerful tool for drug target deconvolution

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What if I told you Hybrigenics Services can help you make the right decisions and optimize the success rate of your drug discovery and development programs?
Watch how with our animation video and discover our optimized ULTImate YChemH technology for drug target deconvolution.

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How Can We Make Behavioral Science More Reproducible?

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A scientist explains how, by making 'stock' behavioral tasks more accurate, we can improve reproducibility.

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Trust Your Science: Are all C18 (L1) columns the same?

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Columns specified in USP monographs are usually designated by an “L” classification; for example, L-1 refers to columns bonded with a C18 functional group. Many scientists expect equivalent retention and selectivity from columns with the same L designation. In this episode of Trust Your Science, we evaluate a number of C18 columns under identical conditions, to either prove or disprove if these columns are truly equivalent.

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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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Answer the challenges of CDS Data integrity - Sterling Pharma Solutions Ltd

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Data integrity continues to be a hot topic for the regulatory agencies in the pharmaceutical industry.

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Lyme Disease Model Highlights the Need for Speed

Lyme Disease Model Highlights the Need for Speed

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Scientists found that Lyme disease causing bacteria are transmitted rapidly following a tick bite, a timely reminder of the importance of removing ticks as soon as possible after being bitten to prevent infection.

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Diagnosis of Multi-resistant Hospital Pathogens Fast-tracked
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This procedure accelerates the diagnosis of multi-resistant hospital pathogens, showing promise for clinical applications.

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Ancient Predator Teeth Could Regenerate
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A team of palaeontologists have been able to discover more about how earliest predators were able to grow and regenerate their teeth.

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Protein “Trafficker” Implicated in Autism and Other Brain Disorders
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Findings suggest that protein ASTN2 is a key regulator of dynamic trafficking of synaptic proteins and lend support to the idea that aberrant regulation of protein homeostasis in neurons is a contributing cause of complex neurodevelopmental disorders.

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The Brain Bounces Back: Activity enables mice to overcome brain damage

The Brain Bounces Back: Activity enables mice to overcome brain damage

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Scientists removed an area of the somatosensory cortex in mice and found the animals could recover their behavioral deficit within two days.

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Three Ways to Turn Life Science Suppliers into Partners
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A growing number of life science businesses are turning to greater supply chain collaboration for benefits like accelerated time to market, improved quality, reduced risk and more rapid and widespread innovation. But while 68% of executives in this industry say active and meaningful engagement with suppliers is essential to success, far too many, over a third, struggle to implement it.

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What Colour is This Shoe?
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Just when you thought it was safe to go back on social media, a new controversy has erupted. The question dividing opinions across the internet is now, "Do you see a pink shoe with white laces, or a grey shoe with blue laces?"

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How Can Machine Learning Improve Surgery?
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Machine learning modeling is one of the most eagerly adopted technologies across healthcare. An important technology in this area is robot-assisted surgery, where the hope is that AI’s rapid evolution will soon allow machine learning models to enhance current surgical practice. This article reviews the current and close future applications of machine learning in burn surgery and microsurgery.

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