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Understanding Single Cell Sequencing, How It Works, and Its Applications
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Understanding Single Cell Sequencing, How It Works, and Its Applications

Single cell sequencing, while a relatively recent development, is opening doors in ours understanding of cell populations and tissues. This article explores how this technology works and what it tells us.
A New Approach to Treating “Superbugs”
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A New Approach to Treating “Superbugs”

Technology Networks had the pleasure of speaking to Justin Schaal to learn more about MTD12813, its mode of action and how it addresses some of the shortcomings of traditional antibiotics.
Scanning Probe Microscopy – Including Scanning Tunneling Microscopy and Atomic Force Microscopy – Principles and Applications
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Scanning Probe Microscopy – Including Scanning Tunneling Microscopy and Atomic Force Microscopy – Principles and Applications

In this article, we explore what scanning probe microscopy is, the different forms of the technique, strengths, limitations and applications.
qPCR Analysis, How a qPCR Machine Works and qPCR Protocol
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qPCR Analysis, How a qPCR Machine Works and qPCR Protocol

In this article, we will consider how qPCR works, experimental requirements, data analysis and applications of the technique.
 A Closer Look at the COVID-19 Therapeutic Landscape
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A Closer Look at the COVID-19 Therapeutic Landscape

In this article, Kevin Boyle explores the current therapeutic landscape for COVID-19.
COVID-19 Childhood Vaccines: Why Don’t They Last a Lifetime, Like the Measles Shot?
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COVID-19 Childhood Vaccines: Why Don’t They Last a Lifetime, Like the Measles Shot?

Sophie Prosolek explores why some vaccines last a lifetime, while others do not, for Technology Networks.
Designing Vaccines With Reverse Vaccinology
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Designing Vaccines With Reverse Vaccinology

Most vaccine development begins with looking at the pathogen. Scientists pinpoint key residues needed for the virus to enter the body and develop vaccines that train the body to recognize signatures of the foreign invader. Kevin O'Neil Saunders, associate professor of surgery and director of research at the Duke Human Vaccine Institute at Duke University develops vaccines after analyzing the body’s immune response to a pathogen.
Unpicking the Complexities of the Cancer Microbiome
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Unpicking the Complexities of the Cancer Microbiome

Understanding the relationship between cancer and the microbes that call our bodies home could transform the way the disease is managed in the future.
The Skin Microbiome
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The Skin Microbiome

Human skin is an ecosystem for billions of microorganisms that colonize each fold, crease and niche from head to toe. In this article, we describe what the skin microbiome is, which microorganisms are part of the skin microbiome and how we’ve come to understand the various relationships between the human skin and its microbial residents through advanced genomics.
The Omicron Variant Highlights the Need for Smarter, Future-Proof Vaccine Design
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The Omicron Variant Highlights the Need for Smarter, Future-Proof Vaccine Design

Investment in vaccine science and technology development can provide us with the tools to respond to pathogens with pandemic potential. In this opinion article, Ariana Gomes discusses the use of AI for creating universal vaccines.
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