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Neuroimaging Techniques and What a Brain Image Can Tell Us

In this article, we will cover the basics, strengths and limitations and applications of traditional and emerging neuroimaging techniques, and discuss the prospects, challenges, risks and ethics concerned with this rapidly expanding field.
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What Is Angiogenesis?

Angiogenesis is the growth of new blood vessels. However, this process is often dysregulated in cancer. In this article, we will describe what angiogenesis is, how it goes out of control in cancer and how drugs can target it to inhibit tumor growth.
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Mann-Whitney U Test: Assumptions and Example

The Mann-Whitney U Test, also known as the Wilcoxon Rank Sum Test, is a non-parametric statistical test used to compare two samples or groups. In this article, we explore the basics of the Test and work through an example.


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Unpicking the Molecular Mechanisms Behind Age-Related Memory Loss

Technology Networks had the pleasure of speaking to Professor Ann Massie about her research into understanding how system xc - affects age-related memory loss.
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Digitization: The Lab of the Future

Technology Networks connected with Dr. Samantha Kanza to discuss the challenges of digitizing a laboratory and why electronic implementation requires more than a just a change of technology.
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Immunohistochemistry Techniques, Strengths, Limitations and Applications

Immunohistochemistry exploits antigen–antibody binding to study the status of target molecules in tissues of interest. In this article, we explore how it works, factors that impact experimental design and its applications.
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An Introduction to Electroporation – A Tool for Transfection and Competent Cell Generation

There are many reasons you may want to deliver something into a cell, be it genetic material or a therapeutic drug, and electroporation is a vital tool to achieve this. In this article, we will consider what electroporation is, how it works and how it’s used.
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Mapping the Body’s Defense System: The Immune Cell Atlas

This article will provide an introduction to the Immune Cell Atlas, highlight some of the research contributing to the project and explore the wider implications of the work.
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Investors Must Ask Tough Questions When Deciding on Investments in Pharmaceutical Startups

When considering an investment in a startup pharmaceutical company, investors have a lot to consider. This article explores some of the areas where investors should seek answers before putting money on the table.
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To the Depths of Drug Discovery

Natural products have been harnessed for their therapeutic properties throughout the history of medicine. Land-dwelling – or terrestrial organisms – have naturally dominated the focus of scientists wanting to access nature’s pharmacopeia. But an untapped resource of natural products, large in size and potential, was close by – we just couldn’t access it.
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