Star Staining for CAR-T research
“Star Staining” is the new-generation site-specific labeling technology platform and a series of exclusive fluorescent-labeled proteins developed and specifically designed for the quality control and clinical trials in the research of cell therapy, controlled by ACROBiosystems’ “Star standard”.
Arrayjet – Inkjet Microarray Instruments
Arrayjet provides microarray instruments and services to the pharmaceutical, diagnostic and life science industries. Our unique inkjet platform combines the fastest and most reliable instrumentation on the market with the versatility to print any biological sample type onto any solid substrate.
Underprediction of Drug Clearance by Aldehyde Oxidase (AO)–Mediated Drug Metabolism (Webinar)
Aldehyde oxidase (AO) enzyme has gained increasing attention in drug development as one of the alternative approaches to reduce P450-mediated drug metabolism liability. However, clinical failure due to poor prediction of AO-mediated clearance is a major hurdle in development of drugs that are AO substrates.
New Study Probes Mechanisms Behind Viral Variants
An international consortium has succeeded in clarifying at the molecular level how RNA viruses recombine.
Repurposing Cancer Drugs To Treat Rare Diseases
Researchers have used computational and experimental approaches to identify cancer drugs that have shown promise for treating pulmonary hypertension, a rare and incurable lung disease
Protein Focuses Immune Attack on HIV-Infected Cells
Armed with a novel strategy they developed for bolstering the body’s immune response, scientists at Albert Einstein College of Medicine have successfully suppressed HIV infections in mice—offering a path to a functional cure for HIV and other chronic viral infections.
The Role of Neuropilin-1 in SARS-CoV-2 Infection
Dr. Maria Anastasina from the University of Helsinki and colleagues have been investigating the involvement of neuropilin-1 in SARS-CoV-2 cell entry and infectivity. Technology Networks had the pleasure of speaking with Anastasina to learn more about this work.
Gut Instinct Should Not Play a Part in Drug Repurposing
Technology Networks spoke to Ahmad Besaratinia, PhD, professor of Research Population and Public Health Sciences, Keck School of Medicine of USC to find out more about drug repurposing and the dangers that come with using a drug without fully assessing its potential for harm.
Reconnecting at ELRIG Drug Discovery 2021
Technology Networks is delighted to be reporting – in person – from The European Laboratory Research & Innovation Group (ELRIG)'s Drug Discovery 2021 meeting. In this article, we explore the key themes discussed in the meeting's opening address.
Are Cloud Computing Services Combating Challenges of Data Security, Compliance and Flexibility?
In this article, we discuss the challenges and benefits of operating in the cloud, focusing on how this model ensures data security and compliance, creating a flexible and scalable resource for all laboratories.
Organoid Culture Handbook
While methods for generating organoids are still evolving, presently they are providing exciting and more accurate systems that are advancing our understanding of basic organ biology and tissue regeneration.
A Clear and Easy Guide to ELISAS
Download your guide to learn the answers to commonly asked questions such as what is at the core of your immunoassay as well as why use an ELISA over other techniques?
Ketamine, MDMA, DMT and Psilocybin: A Closer Look at Four Psychedelics
Treatments using psychedelics are making waves in psychiatric medicine. In this article we explore the background, mechanisms of action and therapeutic applications of four leading psychedelic drugs.
Three Advances in Alzheimer’s Disease Diagnostics
Download this listicle to explore three major advances in dementia diagnostics, including blood biomarker analysis, polygenic risk scoring and non-invasive techniques.