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Infectious Diseases – Multimedia

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Viruses and Cancer – From Cause to Cure

Learn about viruses and cancer in our latest episode of Teach Me in 10.
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Genetics in Disease

Some genetic diseases, like sickle cell anemia, are hereditary and present at birth. Others can be caused by spontaneous mutations, either arising from errors in DNA replication or exposure to environmental factors.
Next-Gen Sequencing
App Note / Case Study

Mastering Next Gen Sequencing: Elevate Your Workflow

This application note explores a qualified method designed to produce high-quality sequencing libraries, using a hybrid-capture resequencing approach to increase throughput and reproducibility while minimizing the potential for human error.
Hematological Malignancies

Revealing Key Structural Variants in Hematological Malignancies

This eBook presents optical genome mapping (OGM) as a new powerful workflow that combines high-resolution imaging with advanced analytical analysis to provide genome-wide coverage of structural and copy number variants in hematological malignancy samples.
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The Diseases That Changed Humanity Forever

This video explores the history of humanity’s deadliest diseases and how our progress and innovation exposed us to new pathogens.
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Bacteriophages: Not Just Bacteria Killers, but Essential Resources for Mammalian Cells

A recent study from Monash University highlights the potential symbiotic relationship between bacteriophages, viruses that infect bacteria, and mammalian cells.
Optimizing mRNA Purification

Optimizing mRNA Purification

This eBook highlights innovative purification tools that support scientists in the production of high-quality mRNA for therapeutic applications.
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Economies of Scale: The Top 5 Considerations for Successful Cell and Gene Therapy Fill/Finish Scale-Up

How can you successfully scale your cell and gene therapy fill/finish process to minimize manual involvement, reduce the specialized training required, and deliver high-quality, high-value products, efficiently?
mRNA Development

A Breakthrough in mRNA Therapy Development

Obtaining enough synthetic mRNA for clinical use has long been a hurdle in treating conditions like cancer and infectious diseases.. Current mRNA production methods involve complex purification steps and chemicals, limiting large-scale manufacturing.
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The Evolutionary Advantage of Primate Masturbation

New research reveals that masturbation has an evolutionary purpose. Researchers compiled a vast dataset on primate masturbation, finding it to be an ancient trait that likely aids in increasing reproductive success in males.