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Digital Asset Management in A Pharmaceutical Laboratory
Research scientists are all too familiar with the catastrophic effects of equipment failure. During October 2020, a pharmaceutical lab associate lost several months’ worth of work due to three incubators losing humidity control resulting in the loss of valuable cell lines.
Deep Learning-Based Image Analysis for Label-Free Monitoring of iPSC and 3D Organoid Cultures
Complex 3D biological models such as organoids and patient-derived spheroids are gaining popularity in many biomedical research areas because they more closely recapitulate in vivo tissues.
Microscale Separation: A Chromatography System for Low Volume Size Exclusion Chromatography
The structural characterization of complex proteins gives researchers a glimpse into their in vivo mechanistic functions and complex chemistries. In the case of drug development, structural information of proteins involved in disease pathways is crucial for downstream rational design of novel therapeutics.
Microbubbles Offer a Versatile, Flexible Platform for Targeted Capture of Diverse Analytes
Download this app note to discover a solution that can be used with any biotinylated affinity molecule, enables floatation-based separation of diverse targets as well as provides workflows that are exceptionally gentle on delicate analytes.
Extend the Life of Analytical Instruments and Columns
Download this app note to learn more about extending HPLC column life with good filtration, the long-term savings plus how you can protect the quality of your data.
Revolutionizing Drug Discovery in Hematological Oncology
The approach to treating hematological malignancies is rapidly evolving as we discover the underlying mechanisms of disease and identify new immune pathways within the patient’s body to harness.
Avoid False Positive ELISA Data
Enzyme Linked Immunosorbent Assays (ELISAs) are commonly used to quantify biomarkers in serum, plasma and cell culture supernates. These samples contain a variety of factors that can interfere with ELISA results, commonly referred to as a matrix effect. Eliminating these factors is essential to obtaining accurate sample values.
Reliable and High-Throughput Cell Viability Assays
The determination of cell viability in any cell culture is a crucial analytical measurement for any study. One of the most common ways to measure cell viability is via the determination of the cell membrane’s integrity.
Versatile Fragment Analysis for Your Workflow Needs
Fragment analysis of nucleic acids is an essential, well-known molecular biology tool used in many different research areas. Applications such as cloning, gene editing and fragment length analysis rely on quality control checks to assess the nucleic acid size at the beginning or middle of the workflow to ensure successful end results.
Transforming Drug Discovery Through Precision Research
The high resolution and scale that single cell analysis provides is revolutionizing drug discovery and development by introducing comparative, longitudinal and causal information that transforms our ability to understand biology and disease.