Metabolomics-Based Blood Test Could Enable Earlier Detection of Cancer
Dr. James Larkin discusses the benefits of biofluid metabolomics and how an NMR-based approach could help to improve the way that cancer is detected and monitored in patients with nonspecific symptoms.
Understanding Single Cell Sequencing, How It Works and Its Applications
Single cell sequencing, while a relatively recent development, is opening doors in ours understanding of cell populations and tissues. This article explores how this technology works and what it tells us.
Why Biotechnology Companies Should Leverage Novel and Competitive Opportunities With CDMOs To Serve a Greater Population
Dr. Gayatri Sharma explores how expanding partnership focuses could help to reach, treat and heal the greatest number of people in the most efficient manner possible.
qPCR Analysis, How a qPCR Machine Works and qPCR Protocol
In this article, we will consider how qPCR works, experimental requirements, data analysis and applications of the technique.
Addressing Disparities in Healthcare and Clinical Research
Megan Claire-Chase, a cancer survivor and Black woman, explores the disparities in healthcare and clinical research, and how this can affect research outcomes and patient care.
Unpicking the Complexities of the Cancer Microbiome
Understanding the relationship between cancer and the microbes that call our bodies home could transform the way the disease is managed in the future.
Bringing NGS-Based Testing Closer to Home: The Need for Wider Access
This article discusses the growing need for increased access to NGS-based genomic testing, what needs to change to make that possible and what expanded accessibility could mean for the future of patient care and population health at large.
Establishing Good Laboratory Pipetting Practices May Be More Important Than You Realize
This article will highlight how new pipetting systems are helping scientists achieve more reliable and reproducible datasets, and discuss how manufacturers are supporting customers to get the most from pipetting systems.
Exploring the Immune System and Cancer
In this article, we look at two different approaches to optimizing immunotherapies.
The Role of DNA Methylation in Human Disease
DNA methylation is one of the earliest epigenetic modifications to be discovered in human beings. Here we highlight some of the diseases caused by aberrant DNA methylation.