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The Role of Anti-PLA2R in the Diagnosis, Monitoring and Treatment of Membranous Nephropathy: A Summary of Recent Guidelines

Recent guidelines for the management of glomerular diseases have highlighted the importance of anti-PLA2R antibody detection for MN diagnosis, monitoring and transplant evaluation. A review of the key points of these guidelines will be discussed here.
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How To Choose a Spatial Biology Platform for Your Lab

In this article, Jason T. Gammack looks at some of the earliest applications benefiting from spatial biology techniques and walks through several key considerations to help scientists select the method that’s most appropriate for their experimental needs.


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Could Antibody Tests Be an Alternative to or Complement the COVID Vaccine?

The threat from COVID-19 is receding and measures are being rolled back in many countries. In this opinion piece, Phil Groom argues that it's time to look at new diagnostic solutions in addition to vaccines.
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Developing Plant-Based Vaccines and Therapeutics for COVID-19 and Beyond

In an interview with Technology Networks, Dr. Kathleen Hefferon highlighted how and why plant-derived vaccines are being designed to prevent diseases including Ebola, Middle East respiratory syndrome (MERS) and coronavirus disease (COVID-19).
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Polyacrylamide Gel Electrophoresis, How It Works, Technique Variants and Its Applications

In this article, we will consider how polyacrylamide gel electrophoresis (PAGE) works, how it can be interpreted and some of its applications.
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Heralding a New Era of RNA Therapeutics

Recent advances in mRNA technology, accelerated by the COVID-19 pandemic, mark the beginning of a therapeutic revolution in medicine.
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Influenza and the Holy Grail Vaccine

A universal flu vaccine to cover all emerging strains is being pursued, but meanwhile the pandemic could result in better, faster seasonal flu shots. Anthony King explores the current research landscape for Technology Networks.
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B. infantis: Our Partner in Newborn Growth and Development

Gut microbiome development during the first 100 days of life is emerging as a unique and critical window for conditioning the naïve immune system. This article explores how human milk supports the formation of a healthy infant gut microbiome and the role that B. infantis plays in the process.
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Harnessing the Immune System To Treat Cancer

In this article, we consider some of the work being done to enhance the T-cell response to tumors, discuss the promise of oncolytic virotherapy and highlight the potential benefits of combined therapy.
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Agarose Gel Electrophoresis, How It Works and Its Uses

In this article, we will consider how agarose gel electrophoresis works, how it can be interpreted and some of its purposes with emphasis of its use for DNA separation.
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