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Pain Drug Research: Overcoming opioids

Article   Jun 28, 2017 | by Adam Tozer PhD, Science Writer for Technology Networks

Replacing Opioids: Developing drugs to treat pain

Adam Tozer PhD

Science Writer



A Cell Atlas of the Mouse Brain: A Step Towards Brain Simulation?


The Swiss EPFL’s Blue Brain Project is a vast effort with the goal of digitally reconstructing and simulating the mouse brain and ultimately, the human brain. The recent publication of a Cell Atlas of the mouse brain sounds exciting, but what can the Atlas tell us, and can it bring us closer to a simulated brain?


Cell Culture Evolution – A Revolution for Drug Discovery


Two-dimensional cell cultures have played a role in the drug discovery and development process for decades, however in recent years three-dimensional (3D) cell culture has taken center stage. Here we take a look at the evolution of cell culture, the rise of 3D, and how the industry’s shift from “static” to “fluidic” is inspiring the next generation of in vitro models.


Novel Clinical Mass Spectrometry Applications: From Bench to Bedside


Mass spectrometry (MS) was once primarily within the chemist’s domain for molecular structural characterization. MS is now growing in familiarity and popularity for a variety of clinical applications; from laboratory tests for analyte quantification, to diagnostic applications in infectious disease, inborn errors of metabolism, and cancer, including a foray into the surgeon’s suite.



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