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New GeneSys Image Capture Software
New GeneSys Image Capture Software
News   Jan 17, 2017

Syngene is delighted to announce its GeneSys software has been upgraded to include an icon of pre-set optimised “stain-free” protein gel imaging conditions

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Microscopy Technique Uses to Image Internal and External Structure of Bacteria
Internal and External Structure of Bacteria Imaged
News   Jan 17, 2017

Research into freezing bacteria super-fast to gain a true-to-nature image of the internal and external structure has been carried out by Professor Ariane Briegel at Leiden University.

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Magnesium Contributes to Protein Switching Mechanism
Magnesium Contributes to Protein Switching Mechanism
News   Jan 17, 2017

Using a combination of infrared spectroscopy and computer simulation, researchers at Ruhr-Universität Bochum (RUB) have gained new insights into the workings of protein switches.

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X-ray Imaging at Argonne Captures Material Defect Process
X-ray Imaging at Argonne Captures Material Defect Process
News   Jan 17, 2017

Researchers at the Department of Energy’s (DOE) Argonne National Laboratory have discovered a new approach to detail the formation of material changes at the atomic scale and in near-real time, an important step that could assist in engineering better and stronger new materials.

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SCIEX announces the 7th Berliner LC-MS/MS Symposium
SCIEX announces the 7th Berliner LC-MS/MS Symposium
News   Jan 17, 2017

SCIEX has announced it will be holding the 7th LC-MS/MS Symposium in Berlin, Germany, on March 14th 2017.

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Vitamin Deficiencies Detected in Tears
Vitamin Deficiencies Detected in Tears
News   Jan 13, 2017

Researchers from Michigan Technological University have demonstrated the potential of tears to asses the level of vitamins in the body.

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Researchers Shed New Light on the Functioning of Human Gut Bacteria
Researchers Shed New Light on the Functioning of Human Gut Bacteria
News   Jan 13, 2017

Researchers shed new light on the functioning of human gut bacteria, revealing how nutrients are transported into the bacterial cell. The researchers, led by Professor Bert van den Berg and Dr. David Bolam from the Institute of Cell and Molecular Biosciences at Newcastle University and with support from collaborators at Jacobs University Bremen, report on their findings today in Nature.

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Researchers Found That the Release of Histone Proteins Is Guided by Unwrapping DNA
Researchers Found That the Release of Histone Proteins Is Guided by Unwrapping DNA
News   Jan 12, 2017

Using X-rays to visualize DNA and fluorescence to monitor the histone proteins, Cornell researchers found that the release of histone proteins is guided by unwrapping DNA.

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3D Printing Could Transform Membrane Technology
3D Printing Could Transform Membrane Technology
News   Jan 12, 2017

Researchers at the University of Bath suggest developments in 3-D printing techniques could open the door to the advancement of membrane capabilities. This work is part of the University's Centre for Advanced Separations Engineering (CASE) and is the first time the properties of different 3-D printing techniques available to membrane fabrication have been assessed.

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Protea partners with MatTek
Protea partners with MatTek
News   Jan 11, 2017

Protea announced that the company has entered into an agreement with MatTek Corporation, which allows Protea to include MatTek’s human cell based in vitro tissue models with their proprietary molecular imaging services.

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