SomaScan Assay: The World's Largest Proteomic Platform
The SomaScan® Assay is the first and only technology that can measure 7,000 proteins over a wide range of concentrations, enabling unprecedented discovery for a variety of disease applications. The SomaScan proteomics platform supports the entire drug discovery and development pipeline from biomarker exploration to clinical trial monitoring. You can get started using the SomaScan Assay today with no set-up fees, and you maintain full ownership of your data.
Small Molecule Characterization and Identification with Orbitrap IQ-X Tribrid MS
The Thermo Scientific™ Orbitrap IQ-X™ mass spectrometer with Thermo Scientific™ AcquireX workflow lets you overcome bottlenecks and build accurate mass spectral libraries for characterizing unknowns; saving you time and money.
"Blood-to-Brain" Pathway Identified in Beginnings of Alzheimer's Disease
Ground-breaking new research has discovered a possible new pathway that may kickstart Alzheimer’s disease, in a significant finding that offers potential new prevention and treatment opportunities.
Having Second- or Third-Degree Relatives With Colorectal Cancer Increases a Person’s Risk of Disease
Having second- or third-degree relatives with colorectal cancer increases an individual's risk of developing the disease, according to findings from a new study.
33 Blood Metabolites Differ in Dementia
Scientists in Japan have identified metabolic compounds within the blood that are associated with dementia. The study revealed that the levels of 33 metabolites differed in patients with dementia, compared to elderly people with no existing health conditions.
Will UK Public Approval of Whole Genome Sequencing for Newborn Screenings Lead to National Rollout?
There are still a number of critical questions that need to be answered before WGS becomes a staple of neonatal care in the NHS. What are its benefits? What are the costs involved? What potential ethical issues does it incur?
Memories of Cancer: What the Extracellular Matrix Can Tell Us About Cancer and How To Combat It
Chronic inflammation has long been linked to cancer, especially the most lethal and untreatable types. But the details of this mysterious relationship have also long defied scientific elucidation – until now.
Scientific Storytelling: It's All About Context
In this interview, Dr. Yotam Ophir discusses the different types of narratives that exist around science, their impact and why retractions should be interpreted as a positive step in scientific progress.
An Introduction to the Light Microscope, Light Microscopy Techniques and Applications
Today, light microscopy is a core technique in many areas of science and technology. In this article, we explore the basic working principle of light microscopy and discuss some more advanced forms of light microscopy that are commonly used today, comparing their strengths and weaknesses for different applications.
Download this guide to discover key considerations when performing PCR, including the concentration and purity of starting sample, primer suitability, downstream applications and annealing temperatures.
Eight Tips for Ensuring a Successful ELISA
Download this guide to learn more about how to ensure the success of your ELISA experiments.
Clinical Omics and Mass Spectrometry
Due to its broad-based applicability to detect compounds with a wide range of masses, along with its high sensitivity, mass spectrometry (MS) has been used extensively in a range of omics analyses and applications. In this listicle, we explore the use of MS-based data in a variety of clinical omics settings.
Advances in Cell Microscopy
Since the earliest microscopy efforts in the 1600s, cell imaging has significantly modernized and become a ubiquitous tool in cell biology laboratories. Here, we cover five key advances in cell microscopy to help you understand how the field is progressing.