Demystifying Single-Cell Sequencing
Every field of biology has a moonshot vision. Whether that be identifying a new cell type in a poorly characterized tissue, finding a lasting, effective drug target for Alzheimer’s disease or reaching 100% remission rates for immunotherapy across patients and cancer types.
Equipment Monitoring – Ensuring Security, Efficiency and Compliance
Ultimately, good quality results rely on lab equipment being efficient at what they do but with constant developments of new technologies, changing regulations and standards, it’s often overwhelming to keep pace.
Expanding the Capabilities of Benchtop Flow Cytometry
Download this eBook to learn how modern flow cytometers are advances enabling advances in fields such as molecular biology, immunology, environmental science and pathology.
Uncover New Drug Targets Through Cell Metabolism
Drug target identification is a key step in the discovery and development of safe and effective therapies. Energy metabolism is now emerging as a critical contributor to many cellular functions.
Uncovering the Complexity of Infectious Diseases with Single Cell and Spatial Multiomics
Download this eBook to learn more about the single cell and spatial technologies available for infectious disease research.
The Role of Mass Spectrometry in Virus Research
Download this free eBook to learn more about the role of mass spectrometry in virus research.
Advances in Cancer Research
In this eBook, we explore some of the novel tools and techniques helping to unravel the complexity of cancer and highlight therapeutic strategies that are being employed to tackle this disease – which continues to be a leading cause of death worldwide.
Spotlight on Magnetic Beads
Download this eBook to learn more about benefits of incorporating magnetic beads into your workflow.
Transform Your Research With High-Purity Lipids
Download this brochure to discover high-purity, natural and synthetic phospholipids, sphingolipids, sterols, fluorescent lipids, adjuvants and lipid-binding antibodies.
Resolve Cancer With Single-Cell and Spatial Multiomics
Traditional approaches have enabled researchers to make great strides in understanding the complexities of cancer biology, and to translate ground-breaking discoveries into lifesaving cancer treatments and therapies. However, many unanswered questions remain, requiring increased scale and resolution to be addressed.