Explore Big Data At The Speed Of Thought

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See how interactive dashboards, predictive analytics and workflows designed for scientific data can help your organization create a complete picture of what’s happening, in real time.

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A Global Collaborative ELN: Signals Notebook

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The world of science is changing faster than ever, and scientists need an electronic lab notebook with the power and flexibility to change with it. PerkinElmer’s new Signals Notebook web-based ELN (watch the video) also delivers an effective scientific research data management solution.

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Nanopore Technology Applied to Proteome Sequencing

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Scientists have designed a nanopore to identify the fingerprints of proteins and peptides that can even detect polypeptides differing by one amino acid.

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ChemDraw 17 - Chemistry at the Pace of Now

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With ChemDraw® 17’s updated features and benefits, the latest version of the world’s top chemistry drawing program keeps you right where you need to be – at the cutting edge of science.

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Model Predicts How E. coli Bacteria Adapt Under Stress

Model Predicts How E. coli Bacteria Adapt Under Stress

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Scientists have developed a genome-scale model that can accurately predict how E. coli bacteria respond to temperature changes and genetic mutations, providing systems-level understanding of how cells adapt under environmental stress.

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Compliant-Ready LIMS Launched by LabVantage
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LabVantage launches LIMS software that is the first GxP-compliant solution for data integrity and auditing, to help drug manufacturers conform to the FDA draft guidance on “Data Integrity and Compliance with CGMP.”

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Multi-tissue, Multi-individual Data Used to Identify Mechanisms of Gene Regulation
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Developing a mechanistic model for how healthy bodies function and how certain diseases merge may now be possible.

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WGS Identifies New Genetic Signature for Autism
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An analysis of the complete genomes of 2,064 people reveals that multiple genetic variations could contribute to autism.

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