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Spatial Biology – News and Features

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27th Montreux symposium on LC/MS

The 27th Montreux symposium on LC/MS was held from November 10-12th at the Montreux Music & Convention Centre in Montreux, Switzerland. Participants and exhibitors from 36 countries all over the world gathered in the beautiful surroundings of Montreux. This report, written by Jan van der Greef, Chairman Montreux LC/MS symposium, outlines the event.
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New Data Show Rubicon’s Amplification Technology Enables Genetic and Epigenetic Analyses of Single Cells Using Next-Gen Sequencing

Data show Rubicon’s whole genome and whole Methylome Amplification kits offer key advantages for cancer, stem cell, and embryo studies.
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Fluidigm Announces Availability of its Summer 2010 Edition of ‘IFC Application Hotspot’ E-newsletter

Issue includes two customer application studies, a recorded video interview with the GIS and a new single-cell gene expression protocol.
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Rubicon Genomics’ PicoPlex™ Technology Enables International Clinical Genetic Study of Single Human Cells

PicoPlex technology validated for accurate testing of single human cells to diagnose genetic abnormalities in advance of assisted reproduction.
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Oncomed Pharmaceuticals and Fluidigm Corporation Announce Strategic Collaboration

New initiative will apply Fluidigm’s microfluidic tools to the analysis of tumor cell heterogeneity.
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DVS Sciences Unveils First-in-Class Mass Cytometer for Use in Understanding and Diagnosing Disease

New instrument is capable of simultaneous quantitative and independent determination of up to 100 biomarkers in individual cells.
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Researchers Develop Model that May Help Identify Lung Cancer Stem Cells

UCLA researchers developed a unique model to allow further investigation into the cells that many believe may be at the root of all lung cancers.
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Caltech Scientists Discover Self-Regulating Molecular "Transformers" Control the Intracellular Delivery of Proteins

The research could lead to treatments for diseases that result from flaws in protein delivery as well as the development of new types of antibiotics.
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Morphotek® Announces Antibody Development Agreement with the University of Pennsylvania

The collaboration aims for development of therapeutic monoclonal antibody candidates to target tumor hypoxia antigen.
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Variations in Gene Activity Can Predict the Survival of Patients with Lymphoma

Patterns of gene activity in a type of non-Hodgkin lymphoma has given researchers a better understanding of factors that contribute to the survival of patients treated for the disease.
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