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Reducing Errors in Whole Genome Sequencing: It Starts with Library Prep
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The highly complex process of whole genome sequencing comes with a high cost of error. One pipetting or mixing mistake can lead to costly errors downstream. When working with multiple samples, error-free sample handling and proper mixing becomes even more critical. The first step in the process to prepare the sample for sequencing, library prep, is a vital step that, if not done correctly, can lead to flawed data and costly delays.

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An Online Educational Resource for Cell Scientists
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Introduced back in March 2019, Cell MentorTM is an online educational resource for biology students and researchers, created by Cell Signaling Technology and Cell Press. To open the resource up to even more scientists, a Chinese version of the site was recently launched.

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Detecting Sepsis Early
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We recently spoke to Elena Sukhacheva, Director Medical and Scientific Affairs at Beckman Coulter, to learn about some of the challenges of diagnosing sepsis early, and how measuring Monocyte Distribution Width can be used as a sepsis biomarker to aid the process.

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Looking Back on Gene Editing Advances in 2019 and Towards What the Future May Hold
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With constant conversations examining the potential of CRISPR technology, it can be hard to focus on what has been achieved since 2012 and to look toward the future to determine what may be achievable both in the near – and longer – term.

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Exploring the Potential of Protein Degradation-focused Drug Discovery
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Ubiquigent's Jason Brown and Jason Mundin discuss the role of the ubiquitin cascade in cellular signaling and explain how it can be exploited to support protein degradation-focused drug discovery.

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Harnessing Gamma T Cells To Bring Effective Therapies to Patients
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Technology Networks recently spoke with Natalie Mount, CEO of Adaptate BioTherapeutics, to learn more about the company's aims and the challenges faced when developing immunotherapies and advancing them into clinical studies.

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Thermo Fisher Scientific Joins the Pistoia Alliance
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Recently, Thermo Fisher Scientific announced its membership of the Pistoia Alliance. At the Lab of the Future Congress 2019, we spoke with members of the Thermo Fisher team to learn more about the goals of joining the alliance, and what innovation means to Thermo Fisher.

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Celebrations All Round for Analysis Veterans
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As a stalwart in the biological and chemical analysis fields, JEOL celebrates its 70th anniversary this year. But that’s not all it is celebrating, with the appointment of 35-year veteran of JEOL USA, Bob Pohorenec as President of the company this year.

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How a Female Executive Became a Leader in the Business of Science
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Trisha Rice, VP & GM Materials Science Business at Thermo Fisher Scientific, shares her experiences as a woman in science, and provides tips on how to be your most "authentic self" in the field.

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Exploring Cell Mechanics – From Ripe Avocados to Sepsis Diagnosis
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In this interview, Daniel Klaue explains why it is important to measure cell mechanics, discusses a novel method of doing so, and highlights how this technology could benefit clinical applications.

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