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How Body-on-a-Chip Tech Is Transforming Research With Professor Donald Ingber

Professor Donald Ingber is responsible for developing human organ chips, which provide researchers with a window into inter-organ physiology and the body’s response to drugs, without animal testing. Technology Networks' invited Ingber to an Ask Me Anything session to answer your questions about this incredible technology.
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Orthogonal Validation: A Means To Strengthen Gene Editing and Gene Modulation Research

From RNAi to CRISPR, there are several methods that researchers can use to manipulate gene function. This article explores how orthogonal validation – the synergistic use of different methods – makes genetic perturbation studies more robust.
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Affordable Decentralized Cell Therapies? Next-Gen Technologies Make It Possible

Explore the current state of decentralization in cell therapy manufacturing as well as the challenges and future technologies that may define the space.
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An Introduction to Capillary Electrophoresis: Theory, Practice and Applications

Capillary electrophoresis is a powerful separation and analysis technique that offers quick and efficient results. In this article, we explore how it works, variations on the technique and their applications.
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Transforming Drug Discovery With Artificial Intelligence

By decoding the biological lexicon and integrating diverse forms of data, AI offers new possibilities for modeling biology and designing therapies. In this article, we explore the potential of recent advancements in AI to revolutionize drug R&D.
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HPV Is Not Just a Women’s Health Issue

A recent study found that over one-third of men aged 15 years and over are infected with at least one type of HPV. In this article, we explore why HPV is not just a women's health issue.
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Scientists Find a Way To Reverse Infertility

Scientists have found a way to reverse infertility in a sterile mouse model by reducing the concentration of plasma high-density lipoproteins, known to impact fertility, using constitutively expressed bacterial serum opacity factor.
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The Potential for Groundbreaking Discoveries With CRISPR Screening

In this article, we consider various platforms to modulate gene expression and the potential of CRISPR-Cas systems to understand and treat diseases, from cancers and congenital disorders to overcoming the growing prevalence of antimicrobial resistance.
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How Advanced LIMS Are Reshaping the Scientific Experience

In this article, we discuss how the most advanced laboratory informatics software can enhance the scientific experience across both physical lab work and data management and analysis, enabling analysts to focus on what matters – science.
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New Analysis Tools for Detecting Food Fraud

This article will discuss current issues in food authenticity, the potential safety implications and the techniques proving pivotal in detecting and preventing fraudulent products from reaching consumers.