The Future of Gene Therapy
Gene therapy is an effective tool for modifying genetic material within a cell. This pioneering form of precision medicine addresses health conditions caused by mutated, faulty or malfunctioning genes within cells.
The Future of Cell Therapy
Cell therapy represents one of the most exciting areas of advancement in life sciences. From tissue transplants to using the body’s own immune system to attack pathogens, it has all been made possible by both the early breakthroughs and ongoing research successes.
A Vivid, Full View of the Immune System
Download this infographic to learn more about single-cell RNA sequencing, immune repertoire profiling, cell surface protein and antigen specificity with DNA barcodes.
In this infographic, we explore the evolution of antibody engineering and focus on some novel strategies designed to optimize the process.
Customize Your NGS Workflow Your Way
Next-Generation Sequencing (NGS) has revolutionized life science research, enabling scientists to study biological systems in unprecedented detail. This infographic describes the NGS workflow and ways to customize it.
History of Women in Science
Download this infographic to see a list of female scientists that have made a significant impact throughout history.
Women in Science: Ancient History to the 21st Century
Download this infographic to see a timeline of women who have impacted science, technology, engineering, mathematics and medicine (STEMM) fields over time.
Choosing the Right Cell Line
Download this infographic to explore some of the key questions to consider when making your choice of cell line and the importance of choosing the right cell line.
In this infographic we’ll explore some of the key concepts in prenatal and neonatal sequencing, focusing particularly on sequencing cell-free fetal DNA (cffDNA).
SARS-CoV-2 Detection Methods
The development of reliable and robust tests, capable of detecting active or previous infection with SARS-CoV-2, is essential for the effective diagnosis, tracking and treatment of COVID-19. In this infographic, we take a closer look at different testing methods.