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The Role of Astrocytes in Neurodegenerative Disease
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The Role of Astrocytes in Neurodegenerative Disease

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A team has set out to study the interactions between astrocytes and neurons, hoping to better comprehend the functional roles of astrocytes in a range of neurodegenerative diseases.
Cytokine Evaluation Can Help Establish Autoinflammatory and Autoimmune Diagnosis and Guide Treatment
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Cytokine Evaluation Can Help Establish Autoinflammatory and Autoimmune Diagnosis and Guide Treatment

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The emergence of molecular and genetic studies has increased our understanding of cytokines’ role in pathologic conditions. Treatments with biologic agents targeting either cytokine receptors, intracellular signaling, or specific cytokines improve some chronic inflammatory diseases’ symptoms.
Cells-to-CT Kits: A Fast Way To Kill Your Cells for Gene Expression Analysis
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Cells-to-CT Kits: A Fast Way To Kill Your Cells for Gene Expression Analysis

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The Cells-to-CT technology is a workflow that was designed in conjunction with real-time analysis to completely eliminate the need for traditional purification while maintaining performance relative to purified RNA.
Driving Lab Productivity With PCR Power
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Driving Lab Productivity With PCR Power

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Discover ways to get the most out of your PCR and improve lab productivity as well as learn how to avoid typical PCR mistakes and troubleshoot PCR issues when they arise.
Analysis of Process Related Impurities in Cell & Gene Therapy Products by SWATH LC-MS
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Analysis of Process Related Impurities in Cell & Gene Therapy Products by SWATH LC-MS

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The manufacturing process for cell and gene therapies is complex and can contain process-related impurities from multiple organisms. A commercial host cell protein (HCP)-ELISA kit is often not available for the cell line or is not suitable for the specific process due to a low HCP coverage. Development of a process-specific ELISA can be unfeasible as the product often requires a short development time.
Native Mass Spectrometry and COVID-19: Uncovering Drug Binding and Oligomerization
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Native Mass Spectrometry and COVID-19: Uncovering Drug Binding and Oligomerization

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This webinar will introduce the native MS and lipid nanodisc technique as well as demonstrate how this approach can be used to directly measure the oligomeric state of protein and peptide complexes within intact model lipid bilayers. Ongoing studies on the M2 and E protein will be discussed.
4D-Lipidomics™: Searching for the Fountain of Youth
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4D-Lipidomics™: Searching for the Fountain of Youth

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This webinar will demonstrate Bruker’s fully integrated lipidomics workflow in MetaboScape and outline how novel 4D-lipidomics tools has been used to gain a better understanding of how a sphingolipid mutation in the C. elegans relates to an increased lifespan – or in other words, the fountain of youth.
Lyophilization: Changing the Game for Molecular Diagnostics
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Lyophilization: Changing the Game for Molecular Diagnostics

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Watch this free webinar to learn more about molecular diagnostic assay lyophilization.
Engineering Mucosal Barriers: From Organoids to Organs-on-Chips
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Engineering Mucosal Barriers: From Organoids to Organs-on-Chips

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Mucosal barriers are the gateways to all internal organs, serving to transport oxygen, nutrients, and waste and at the same time performing enormous feats of protection against infection and other hazardous insults. The explosion of interest in the human microbiome – especially but not only that in the gut – has driven new interest in building human mucosal barrier models.
Nanopore Sequencing: The Mobile Methylome
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Nanopore Sequencing: The Mobile Methylome

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Transposable elements are mobile segments of DNA that comprise about half of the human genome and contain a subset of active elements that continue to expand in copy number.
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