Benchtop Concentrator Enhances Forensic Sample Preparation

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A paper by UK researchers describes using a miVac DNA concentrator from Genevac to provide reliable and efficient sample preparation in the development of a novel forensic method to detect diclofenac residues in vultures and livestock animals.

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The DNA dilemma

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It's essential to the existence of all the life forms we've discovered so far. But, how much do you actually know about this mighty molecule?

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Challenges of Developing Paper Based Diagnostic Devices

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John Brennan, Professor and Director, Biointerfaces Institute, McMaster University tells us about some of the challenges of developing paper based diagnostic devices.

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Stem Cells in Drug Discovery

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Potential source of unlimited human test cells, but roadblocks remain.

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What Is Differential Scanning Calorimetry (DSC)?

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Malvern Instruments MicroCal DSC team introduce what Differential Scanning Calorimetry (DSC) is and why it is the gold standard in characterizing the stability of a protein or other biomolecules. The Malvern MicroCal team details how Differential Scanning Calorimetry (DSC) works and why you should be using it for testing protein stability.

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Neurons Signal Spinal Cord Vascularisation

Neurons Signal Spinal Cord Vascularisation

A study in zebrafish reveals neurons play an important role in signaling blood vessel growth.

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Stanford University Record Reactions at Near-Atomic-Scale Resolution

Through long shifts at the helm of a highly sophisticated microscope, researchers at Stanford recorded reactions at near-atomic-scale resolution

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Poor Fungal Infection Diagnosis Contributing to Antibiotic Resistance

A recent report suggests that improvements in the diagnosis of fungal infections could help to reduce over-use of antibiotics and the rise of antibiotic resistance.

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Improving Cancer Treatments by Softening the Extracellular Matrix

Researchers from Vanderbilt University show that metastatic tumors can cause the extracellular matrix to stiffen, which in turn can reduce the effectiveness of cancer treatments.

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