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Flow Cytometry in the Clinic
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Flow cytometry is a technique used to count and analyze the size, shape and properties of individual cells. Not just a valuable research tool, flow cytometry is also finding its stride in several clinical areas. Following BD Biosciences’ launch of a new sample preparation instrument, we spoke to Stephen Gunstream, VP and general manager, to get his insights on the role of flow cytometry in the clinic.

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Single-cell DNA Analysis: Driving Dynamic Changes in the Treatment of Cancer
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We recently spoke to Charlie Silver, CEO and Co-Founder of Mission Bio, to learn more about how they are helping researchers profile mutational heterogeneity at the single-cell level.

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How Might Data-centric Software Solutions Impact Analytical Chemistry Labs?
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At the heart of most analytical chemistry analyses are data, the essential unit of measuring and monitoring not only your test subject but the analytical equipment itself. We spoke to Shawn Anderson, Senior Director of Marketing, Software and Informatics Division at Agilent about the move to data-centric software solutions and what the future may hold.

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Improving Lung Cancer Survival and Alleviating Chemotherapy-induced Neutropenia
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We recently spoke with Dr Lan Huang, CEO at BeyondSpring, a clinical-stage biopharmaceutical company to learn more about the company’s efforts to develop innovative immuno-oncology cancer therapies.

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Measuring the Dose and Spread of Radiation Delivered to the Site of a Tumor
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We recently had the pleasure of interviewing award-winning medical physicist Shakar Jafari, PhD. Shakar tells us about her scientific background, her pioneering research exploring the properties of glass bead detectors for measuring radiation, and how this technology could dramatically improve the accuracy of cancer treatment.

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Visualizing Drug Targets With Ligand Express
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In the development of a therapeutic pharmaceutical agent, it is crucial to understand the on- and off-target effects the molecule may have within the body. Cyclica's Ligand Express® is a cloud-based platform that screens small-molecule drugs against structurally-characterized proteins, or "proteomes" to determine polypharmacological profiles. We spoke with Naheed Kurji, President & CEO, and Andreas Windemuth, Chief Science Officer, from Cyclica to find out more.

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Scouting Out Microparticles in the Battle With Microplastics
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There are many reasons that one might want to detect microparticles in a sample, and equally many sources from which microparticles may be generated. Of growing interest recently is the identification of microplastics, not just in the environment but also in the food chain. We spoke to Harald Fischer, Marketing Director at WITec, about ParticleScout, their latest Raman-based solution for rapid identification of microparticles, and the role it can play in assisting microplastic studies.

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Keeping Cell and Gene Therapies Alive in Transit
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Cryoport is the single largest cryogenic delivery system for immunotherapy drugs, and the sole cryogenics logistics provider for the first two commercialized cell therapies. To learn more about the company providing the logistics backbone of clinical trials for regenerative medicine, we caught up with Mark Sawicki, chief commercial officer.

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Flow Chemistry: Successfully Transitioning From Lab to Production
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As continuous flow technology takes center stage, we are seeing a transformation in chemical production. To learn more about the transition away from batch-wise approaches to chemical reactions, the advantages and challenges of using flow technology, and how its adoption has impacted the industry we recently spoke with Charlotte Wiles, PhD, CEO at Chemtrix BV.

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Developing Scalable Flow Chemistry for a Variety of Chemical Transformations
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We recently spoke to Oliver Kappe to learn more about his research. Kappe highlights the key properties of continuous-flow microreactors that make them well-suited to preparing pharmaceuticals.

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