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Emerging Trends and New Developments in Microfluidics

Emerging Trends and New Developments in Microfluidics

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Microfluidics has rapidly grown in popularity over the last few years, as indicated by the sky-rocketing number of publications featuring microfluidic applications. We caught up with Mark Gilligan, CEO and founder of Dolomite Microfluidics, to discuss the latest developments in microfluidics and how the company is positioning itself to support future developments.

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The Future of Toxicology: An Industry Case Study

The Future of Toxicology: An Industry Case Study

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This article describes some new in vitro approaches to toxicology, as well as current initiatives, to facilitate the verification of methods and conclusions, and to enhance data sharing and scientific discovery.

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Unlocking The Full Potential of Organoids

Unlocking The Full Potential of Organoids

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To learn about the importance of the extracellular matrix and some of the limitations of current organoid culture systems, we spoke to Colin Sanctuary, CEO and founder of QGel, a spin-out from EPFL.

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Pesticide Residue Quantitation: Pushing the Limits of Detection using LC-MS/MS

Pesticide Residue Quantitation: Pushing the Limits of Detection using LC-MS/MS

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To gain an in-depth understanding of pesticide residue detection in food, and how improved quantitation technology is helping to overcome analytical challenges, we talked with Dr. Debadeep Bhattacharyya, Sr. Manager of Product Marketing at Thermo Fisher Scientific Inc.

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Preclinical Alpha Synuclein Model Developed

Preclinical Alpha Synuclein Model Developed

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Horizon and the Michael J Fox foundation have teamed up to generate a preclinical animal model of parkinson's disease.

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The Attraction of Dry-Magnet MRI Systems

The Attraction of Dry-Magnet MRI Systems

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David Taylor, CEO, MR Solutions talks to us about their development of dry-magnet MRI systems

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The World's Largest Human Proteome Microarray: Advancing Protein Biomarker Discovery

The World's Largest Human Proteome Microarray: Advancing Protein Biomarker Discovery

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CDI’s content of 81% of the human proteome (>23,000 proteins) is the largest human protein array in the world.

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In Vitro Toxicology Testing: Dismantling the Barriers via Collaboration

In Vitro Toxicology Testing: Dismantling the Barriers via Collaboration

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Promoting the adoption of in vitro toxicity testing is an important undertaking, so we should strive to overcome the barriers preventing its widespread adoption. Already, collaborative efforts have made progress in this regard, and research advances are increasingly demonstrating the potential of in vitro biomimetic liver models.

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Helping Quantify Biologic Stability in High-def

Helping Quantify Biologic Stability in High-def

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We took the opportunity to learn more about Unchained Lab's new product 'Hunky' and what it means for scientists developing biologics.

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In Vitro Toxicology Testing: The Barriers to Progression and Adoption

In Vitro Toxicology Testing: The Barriers to Progression and Adoption

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The field of toxicology as a whole is at a crossroads where current and future technologies are enabling better predictions of toxicity before a substance is released for human consumption or exposure. While a few barriers remain, we are making progress towards overcoming them, from both technical and policy perspectives.

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