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Label-free biosensor technologies have emerged as a promising approach to identify high-value hits with a strong likelihood of success as a therapeutic. Unlike traditional approaches of drug discovery, they are fast, sensitive, and come with improved success rates towards high-value drug candidates.
ioSensory Neurons: Human iPSC-derived Neurons for Reliable Pain Research
Discover ioSensory Neurons, precision reprogrammed human iPSC-derived nociceptors from bit.bio. Don’t settle for non-human in vitro models or long, complex differentiation protocols that require toxic reagents. Start running reliable nociception assays with ioSensory Neurons today.
Medication Vial Changes Color When It Gets Too Warm
A brightly colored microcrystal that loses its color over time depending on temperature could be used to identify whether a vial of medicine has gotten too warm.
"Natural" System Identifies Useful Proteins for Developing Effective HIV Vaccines
Scientists have spent years trying to develop an effective HIV vaccine, but none have proven successful. Based on findings from a recently published study, a Johns Hopkins Medicine-led research team may have put science one step closer to that goal.
A New Gene Therapy To Fight Obesity
A team has designed a strategy to fight obesity and diabetes in mice through ex vivo gene therapy, which consists of implanting cells that have been manipulated and transformed in order to treat a disease.
Stomach Cells Can Be Converted Into Insulin-Secreting Cells
Stem cells from the human stomach can be converted into cells that secrete insulin in response to rising blood sugar levels, offering a promising approach to treating diabetes, according to a preclinical study from researchers at Weill Cornell Medicine.
Recent Advances in Therapeutic Antibody Screening
This article explores the various screening technologies used in the development of therapeutic antibodies and outlines the recent advances in this area.
LGBTQ+ Health Expert's Take on FDA's Updates to Blood Donation Guidelines
We spoke with Professor Perry N. Halkitis, dean, distinguished professor and champion of LGBTQ+ rights, about the US FDA's recent reversal of its time-based deferrals and screening questions specific to gay and bisexual men for assessing blood donation eligibility.
Advances in Cell Therapy
In this article, we review the latest research in cell therapy development, including advances made in the lab that show promise for translation to the clinic, to improvements in developing, testing and manufacturing.
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CRISPR Yeast: Replacing the Need for Plant-Derived Metabolites
Plant-derived compounds are widely used across the pharmaceutical, cosmetics, food and agricultural industries. However, compared to other natural compounds, they often produce a lower yield of secondary metabolites.
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An Introduction to Miniaturization in NGS Workflows
Download this Guide to explore how NGS can benefit from the miniaturization and automation of library preparation workflows.
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Nitrosamine Impurity Analysis Solutions Guide
Since the discovery of elevated levels of nitrosamines in certain pharmaceuticals, reported in July 2018, finding the right solutions have become a major focus for many pharmaceutical manufacturers, particularly as they are considered probable human carcinogens.
Evaluating and Optimizing Critical Quality Attributes During Cell Line Development
This listicle presents innovative tools that help optimize CQAs measurement during CLD to avoid late-stage setbacks.
Inductively Coupled Plasma-Mass Spectrometry: What Factors Are Driving Its Application Landscape?
Download this listicle to learn more about ICP-MS principles of operation, the components of an ICP mass spectrometer and the applications of ICP-MS.