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Screening Living Cells at High-speed
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We recently spoke with Eric Hobbs, CEO at Berkeley Lights to learn more about "digital cell biology". Erik also describes how optofluidics can be used to gain fast, comprehensive measurements and insights across thousands of cells in parallel.

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Colorectal Cancer Blood Test Driven by Immuno-transcriptomics
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By studying gene expression modifications induced by the immune response, Novigenix has developed a blood test for colorectal cancer. This Q&A with Jan Groen, CEO, provides insights on the test, and on the field of study that could revolutionize cancer diagnosis.

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ASMS Introduces… An Overview of What’s New for 2019
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The 67th American Society for Mass Spectrometry (ASMS) Conference on Mass Spectrometry and Allied Topics is currently in full swing in Atlanta, Georgia. Bringing together over 6,500 scientists from across the globe, companies working in the mass spectrometry field also take this opportunity to share their latest developments and innovations. Here we will take a look at some of the release highlights for 2019.

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DNA Methylation Analysis for Early Detection of Various Cancers
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We recently spoke to Richard Brand, CFO and Dhruvajyoti Roy, Director of Technology from the Laboratory for Advanced Medicine (LAM) to learn more about how LAM is developing methylation-based tests for the early detection and intervention of cancer.

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Exosomes: Isolation and Investigation
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Exosomes are small vesicles of 30 to 150 nm. To investigate their function there is a need to optimize and standardize the methods employed to isolate exosomes. However, before exploring the different methods, it is worth explaining what makes exosomes so interesting…

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A Microfluidic Approach to Gene Delivery in GMCT
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The development of GMCTs has been halted by issues surrounding the most critical step in their creation, the introduction of new genetic material. Recently, Indee Labs announced the publication of a study illustrating the efficacy of it's GMCT development and manufacturing technology. We spoke with Indee Labs' CEO Ryan Pawell to learn more about the technology and its applications.

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Entering the Antibody Lottery: Tips for Avoiding Dubious Sources
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Having reliable antibodies can make or break your assay. However, sourcing the right antibody for the job can sometimes feel like you’re entering the lottery: there are so many on the market, and often they just don’t live up to what was promised. To learn more about antibody validation and its importance, we got in touch with Anthony Couvillon, PhD, Scientific Marketing Project Manager at Cell Signaling Technology.

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Flow Cytometry in the Clinic
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Flow cytometry is a technique used to count and analyze the size, shape and properties of individual cells. Not just a valuable research tool, flow cytometry is also finding its stride in several clinical areas. Following BD Biosciences’ launch of a new sample preparation instrument, we spoke to Stephen Gunstream, VP and general manager, to get his insights on the role of flow cytometry in the clinic.

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Single-cell DNA Analysis: Driving Dynamic Changes in the Treatment of Cancer
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We recently spoke to Charlie Silver, CEO and Co-Founder of Mission Bio, to learn more about how they are helping researchers profile mutational heterogeneity at the single-cell level.

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Improving Lung Cancer Survival and Alleviating Chemotherapy-induced Neutropenia
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We recently spoke with Dr Lan Huang, CEO at BeyondSpring, a clinical-stage biopharmaceutical company to learn more about the company’s efforts to develop innovative immuno-oncology cancer therapies.

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