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ELISA – News and Features

T cells.
Industry Insight

High-Precision T-Cell Testing: Driving Diagnostics Forward

To learn more about T-cell testing, the types of diseases it can help to diagnose and its value in clinical trials, we spoke to Phill Keefe, chief executive officer of PerkinElmer’s Oxford Immunotec division.
Doctor and patients in a hospital.

Biosensor Rapidly Detects Tumor Necrosis Factor Alpha

Researchers with the SFU Nanodevice Fabrication Group are developing a new biosensor that can be used to screen for Alzheimer’s disease and other diseases.
Various dog breeds on a leash.

13 Dog Breeds' Cognitive Traits Analyzed

A study conducted at the University of Helsinki, Finland set out to determine how 13 dog breeds performed in various cognitive tests. With a sample size of over 1,000 dogs, the researchers found several breed differences in traits such as social cognition, problem-solving ability and inhibitory control.

Results of a cDNA microarray, reflecting the gene expression differences between two different tissues.
Industry Insight

Innovations and Versatility in Modern Microarray Technology

In this interview, CEO of Arrayjet Dr. Iain McWilliam discusses advancements in modern microarray technology and the benefits that these tools can provide for high-throughput screening.
Illustration of the structure of zinc oxide modified with the spike protein and its interaction with antibodies in the sample.

Novel Device Detects COVID-19 Antibodies in Five Minutes

Scientists have developed an electrochemical immunosensor that rapidly detects antibodies against SARS-CoV-2.
Test tubes of blood.
Industry Insight

Advances and New Technologies in Syndromic Testing

Technology Networks spoke with Arvind Kothandaraman to find out about the technologies underpinning syndromic testing, recent advances in the field and its possible role in pandemic prevention.
White and red pill cut in half showing a silver ball and stick molecular structure inside.

Target Identification and Validation in Drug Development

This article will highlight the properties of an attractive drug target, outline the approaches used to identify targets and discuss the key steps involved in target validation.
A three-dimensional visualization of the tumor microenvironment in a mouse model for HER2-positive breast cancer.

Method Identified To Overcome Treatment Resistance in Aggressive Breast Cancers

According to research, a new therapy currently undergoing clinical trials promotes a potent immune response by binding to fibroblasts, enabling it to overcome resistance to anti-HER2 therapy in tumors.
A woman asleep on a bed

Using a Weighted Blanket Boosts Melatonin Levels

Researchers investigating why weighted blankets may ease insomnia have identified that using a weighted blanket boosts the levels of melatonin, the hormone that increases in response to darkness.
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Biopharmaceutical Analytical Testing – A Critical Step in Producing Cutting-Edge Therapies

This article will highlight various analytical techniques employed in biopharmaceutical analysis and explore their use at different stages of the development pipeline.