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One measurement - multiple results

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Measure standards first, then measure your unknowns? Sounds time-consuming. Especially when the new Agilent Cary 3500 UV-Vis lets you do both at the same time. And with the integrated multicell holder, you will never need to do an alignment again—perfect for microvolume cuvettes.

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Mass Spectrometry is Advancing Cancer Research in Leaps and Bounds

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From picking out cancerous tissue areas during diagnosis, to uncovering novel biomarkers of early detection, mass spectrometry has become an indispensable analytical technique in cancer research.

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Repeatability vs. Reproducibility

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In measuring the quality of experiments, repeatability and reproducibility are key. In this article, we explore the differences between the two terms, and why they are important in determining the worth of published research.

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Flow Chemistry: Successfully Transitioning From Lab to Production

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As continuous flow technology takes center stage, we are seeing a transformation in chemical production. To learn more about the transition away from batch-wise approaches to chemical reactions, the advantages and challenges of using flow technology, and how its adoption has impacted the industry we recently spoke with Charlotte Wiles, PhD, CEO at Chemtrix BV.

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Ketogenic Diet May Not Be Beneficial for Females

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The ketogenic diet has recently been touted for weight loss and improving blood sugar control, but a new mouse study finds that females fail to show these metabolic benefits on this high-fat, very low-carbohydrate diet.

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Post-stroke Recovery Dictated by Genetic Variants?
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Our genes may have a bearing not only on our stroke risk, but probably also on how well we recover after stroke. For the first time scientists have identified common genetic variants that are associated with outcome after ischemic stroke.

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CRISPR-Chip Detects Mutations in Minutes
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Researchers are the first to combine the power of CRISPR's nucleic acid targeting with the ultra sensitivity of graphene, making it possible to digitally detect DNA without amplification.

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Male Birth Control Pill Passes Human Safety Tests
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A new male birth control pill passed tests of safety and tolerability when healthy men used it daily for a month, and it produced hormone responses consistent with effective contraception, according to researchers at two institutions testing the drug.

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World Down Syndrome Day 2019: An Interview With Down Syndrome Expert Dr Julia Kinder

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Dr Julia Kinder is a Down syndrome expert, national speaker, author, career consultant, fitness guru, and family practice physician. March 21st is World Down Syndrome Day, and we caught up with Julia to ask her how scientists, parents, and doctors can work together to benefit the lives of people with Down syndrome.

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Post-translational Modifications in Biopharmaceuticals
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This article provides insights on the impact of post-translational modifications of biopharmaceutical products on drug development and biotherapeutic formulation.

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Targeting TGF-β Signaling in Cancer: A Double-edged Sword
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Transforming growth factor (TGF)-β signaling is an attractive therapeutic target as it is deregulated in many cancers. But challenges remain around developing inhibitors that can specifically block tumor-promoting activities while preserving its tumor suppressive effects.

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Lower Brain Connectivity Makes the Working Day Tougher for Night Owls
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Working together with scientists at the University of Campinas in Brazil, and the University of Surrey, Birmingham researchers found that the brains of night owls have lower levels of connectivity in many brain regions which are implicated in the maintenance of consciousness.

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