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Cranberry Products Can Prevent UTIs, Review Suggests

A new, large-scale review study suggests there is scientific evidence supporting the use of cranberry products for urinary tract infections (UTIs).
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Vaccine Development Pipeline

Vaccines are critical for the prevention of infectious diseases and improvement of global health. Better understanding of the immune system and the availability of advanced structural biology tools and genetic delivery systems have unlocked new possibilities to improve vaccine development.
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Viruses That Were Actually Lab Leaks

The world is full of deadly viruses that could easily kill anyone who becomes infected, but did you know some of the most well-known viruses came from lab leaks?
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How To Become a PCR Pro

This eBook has been compiled with this in mind, and has everything you need to know about PCR, including tips on PCT to aid your success, how to set up a PCR lab from scratch plus reducing protocol for PCR.
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Measuring Cellular Protein Dynamics During Stress Using Quantitative Proteomics

Speaking at ‘Advances in Proteomics & Metabolomics’ 2022, Christian Münch from Goethe University, presented their talk on measuring Cellular Protein Dynamics.
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Quality by Digital Design for RNA Vaccine and Therapeutic Production

Speaking at the Vaccine Research & Development 2022 online symposium, Zoltan Kis from the University of Sheffield discussed digital design for RNA vaccine and therapeutic production.
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Gene Encoded B Cell Recognition of Viruses

Speaking at the Vaccine Research & Development 2022 online symposium. Daniel Lingwood of Harvard Medical School delivered his talk on gene-encoded B cell recognition of viruses.
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Which Level of Biosafe Lab Do You Need?

Working at the correct safety level depending on the given organism or toxin you are working with in a biosafety lab is essential to minimize the risk of laboratory-associated infections and contamination of the environment. Each biosafety level has its associated risk assessments, microbiological practices and containment procedures for you to follow.
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Five Steps to a Biosafe Lab

Maintaining high-level biosafety laboratories is key in protecting public health, scientific research and national biosecurity. However, when working with infectious agents and toxins, there is so much more to consider than just the physical design and build of a lab.
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Developing Epitope-Targeted Vaccines for Malaria

Speaking at the Vaccine Research & Development 2022 online symposium, Bryce Chackerian from the University of New Mexico School of Medicine delivered his talk on the development of epitope-targeted vaccines for malaria.
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