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Novel Reagents Advance Research Into Parkinsons Disease and Sleep Disorders

AMSBIO describe how life science research groups are using their BioPORTER®, Detachin™, and SoluLyse™ reagents to make groundbreaking advances in Parkinson’s research, hypersomnia studies and eco-friendly microbial ester production.
Protein.
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Sapient Extends Multi-Omics Services With High Throughput Discovery Proteomics

New methods enable deep coverage of the blood and tissue proteome, expand capabilities for dynamic biomarker discovery to include metabolites, lipids, and proteins.
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Seer ProteographTM Enables Unprecedented Genetic Marker Mapping for Proteogenomics Studies

Study demonstrates identification of protein altering variants for population-scale protein quantitative trait loci (pQTL) studies. Proteograph Product Suite enables scalable deep, unbiased proteomics by mass spectrometry.
mRNA.
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Lonza and Oxford Nanopore To Collaborate on Novel Test To Accelerate Analysis of mRNA Products

Collaboration aims to commercialize a Current Good Manufacturing Practice (cGMP) validated test to enable advanced and innovative analysis for multiple critical quality attributes of mRNA products.
RNA.
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Innovative New SmartLid™, the Smarter Way for Rapid Viral DNA/RNA Extraction

Through an exclusive new partnership with ProtonDx, (London, UK), Alpha Laboratories (Eastleigh, UK) proudly announces the launch of SmartLid™, a magnetic key and lid system that streamlines the nucleic acid extraction process.
Two blood samples.
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PlaqueTec and the Babraham Institute Collaborate on Phenotypic Screen of Coronary Artery Blood

The project aims to investigate cell types present in coronary artery samples from patients with CAD participating in PlaqueTec’s BIOPATTERN trial. The Assay will be available as a service in the Babraham Institute’s Flow Cytometry Facility.
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