Novel Technology Expands the Power of DIA-MS
Download this whitepaper to review the exciting technology behind the advances in data independent acquisition and explore how it can enhance your research.
The Digital Lab
Today’s digital environment requires a scientifically aware informatics foundation that integrates critical capabilities with existing systems and information sources, speeding “science to compliance” for organizations that rely on scientific innovation to differentiate themselves.
Principle of Mitochondrial Toxicity Assessment
Mitochondrial toxicity is a common issue in therapeutic development, as drugs can disrupt mitochondrial function in many ways.
Batch-to-Batch Consistency of Premium Grade Bioactive Proteins
Many novel cell and gene therapies have the potential to offer personalized therapeutic approaches and hold great promise for curing or treating diseases.
Accelerating Cancer Research Through Comprehensive Genomic Analysis
While next-generation sequencing is becoming increasingly routine in cancer research laboratories, it fails to address a number of key genomic drivers or markers of cancer, such as structural variations, DNA methylation and transcript isoforms.
Cell Painting – Phenotypic Drug Discovery Re-Imagined
Cell Painting is a multistep process, in which different compartments of cells are labeled with various fluorescent bioprobes to quantitatively profile multiple phenotypic parameters to better understand the effects of chemical compounds, drugs, genes, or other test articles.
PD-1/PD-L1 Combination Therapy in Cancer Treatment
Cancer immunotherapy, especially the use of immune checkpoint inhibitors, has been successful in improving the treatment landscape of malignancies.
High-Throughput, Multi-Parametric Analysis Accelerates Antibody Discovery Workflows
Download this whitepaper to discover how high-throughput flow cytometry can provide quantitative data on binding, antibody internalization and antibody-dependent cell-mediated cytotoxicity, antibody-dependent cellular phagocytosis and T-cell activation.
Respiratory Syncytial Virus Antigens and Antibodies
Respiratory syncytial virus (RSV) has a high mortality rate and is the leading cause of lower respiratory tract infections in children and infants worldwide.
Key Trends in Lab Automation 2022
Despite the increasing adoption of lab automation in the sciences, in 2022, awareness about what it can truly do remains frustratingly limited, with most labs mistaking partial automation to mean a lab is fully automated, and other labs with fully integrated automation systems losing out on flexibility.