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Rapid Leukemia Classification Using Nanopore Sequencing

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Our major findings were that the neural network was able to accurately classify 11 out of 12 leukemia samples, with as little as 5 minutes of sequencing needed to accurately classify ALL.
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Catapult Your Cell Therapy Research Into the Clinic: CAR Natural Killer Cells and Tregs

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Do you want to bring your CAR NK cell and Treg cell research into clinical applications?

Watch this webinar and explore Miltenyi Biotec’s solutions to advance CAR NK cell and Treg-based therapies – from basic research to process development and clinical manufacturing. Discover the products, tools and services that build on Miltenyi Biotec’s expertise to move your CAR NK and Treg projects forward.
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The Human-Animal Genomic Bond

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Since the dawn of domestication, humans have been shaping the traits of animals for the benefit of society by way of selective breeding.
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Cell-to-Cell Communication in Cancer

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In this webinar, Dr. Holz will discuss the background of cell-to-cell communication, highlighting studies and recent developments in the field as well as exploring the clinical implications of these studies on cancer biology and patient care.
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The Next Step in Evolution of Real-Time Live-Cell Analysis

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Combining both real-time live-cell imaging with biosensor-based impedance measurements is now possible for the first time, providing a multi-parametric, information-rich cellular analysis.
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Re-Convolving the Compositional Landscape of Primary and Recurrent Glioblastoma Reveals Prognostic and Targetable Tissue States

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Speaking at The Landscape of Cancer Research 2022, Osama Al Dalahmah, PhD from Colombia University, presented his talk on paving the way to new mechanistic and therapeutic discoveries in glioblastoma.
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