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Answer the challenges of CDS Data integrity - Sterling Pharma Solutions Ltd

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Data integrity continues to be a hot topic for the regulatory agencies in the pharmaceutical industry.

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8 Characters You’ll Find in Every Lab

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In this poster we highlight eight characters you will find in every lab. Which character are you most like?

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Identify and Quantify Individual Host Cell Proteins

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ELISA is the golden standard for HCP analysis but has some drawbacks. It only provides a single number (ng HCP/mg drug substance) and no information about the specific HCP’s.

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The First Organ to be Bioprinted in Space

The First Organ to be Bioprinted in Space

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Russian astronauts onboard a spacecraft have reportedly bioprinted a mouse thyroid. This is definitely a world-first in outer space bioprinting.

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3D Printed Microfluidic Device Simulates Cancer Treatments
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Inexpensive 3-D-printed microfluidics device could be used to personalize cancer treatment. A key feature in this MIT-designed device was using a new biocompatible resin — traditionally used for dental applications — that can support long-term survival of biopsied tissue.

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Promise for an HIV Vaccine
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An experimental vaccine strategy against HIV has been shown to work in non-human primates.

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Vaccination May Reduce Flu Severity in Vaccinated Patients
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Vaccination may reduce the severity of the flu in vaccinated but still infected patients.

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A Controversial World-first: Gene-Edited Human Babies

A Controversial World-first: Gene-Edited Human Babies

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A Chinese scientist, He Jiankui, has claimed that he helped make the world-first gene-edited babies: two twin baby girls. Reportedly, he used CRISPR-Cas9 to edit embryos for seven couples during IVF fertility treatment, and engineered the embryos to possess resistance to HIV infection. He Jiankui, from the Southern University of Science and Technology, is now facing investigation over whether the experiment was illegal.

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Single-Cell DNA Sequencing Weaves a Way Towards Personalized Cancer Treatment
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High-throughput single-cell analysis has been regularly acclaimed as a transformative technology for sequencing and a huge step towards the goal of personalized medicine. Will Tapestri, a sequencing platform developed by Mission Bio, be the game-changer in DNA analysis we have been waiting for?

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The Advances Powering the CRISPR Revolution
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CRISPR-based gene editing has been implemented across the scientific community in the past 5 years. Although CRISPR is relatively easy and efficient compared to previous gene editing methods, researchers are continuing to improve the technology. New advancements are designed to make different types of genetic changes, improve efficiency, and improve delivery of CRISPR for different therapeutic approaches.

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Drug Screening: Cellular proliferation assay performed inside a mouse
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Although many new cellular assays entered the drug discovery scene over the course of the last decades, we still lack a predictable tool when it comes to selecting compounds or cell lines for xenograft testing. What is lacking?

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