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In Vitro Toxicology Testing: Dismantling the Barriers via Collaboration

In Vitro Toxicology Testing: Dismantling the Barriers via Collaboration

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Promoting the adoption of in vitro toxicity testing is an important undertaking, so we should strive to overcome the barriers preventing its widespread adoption. Already, collaborative efforts have made progress in this regard, and research advances are increasingly demonstrating the potential of in vitro biomimetic liver models.

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Helping Quantify Biologic Stability in High-def

Helping Quantify Biologic Stability in High-def

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We took the opportunity to learn more about Unchained Lab's new product 'Hunky' and what it means for scientists developing biologics.

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Researchably:  Designed to Help Researchers Find Information More Easily

Researchably: Designed to Help Researchers Find Information More Easily

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This new search tool ‘Researchably’ was recently awarded the prestigious Catalyst Grant. Designed to provide instant access to millions of resources, within one platform, it’s goal is ‘to make it easier for researchers to find the information they need’.

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In Vitro Toxicology Testing: The Barriers to Progression and Adoption

In Vitro Toxicology Testing: The Barriers to Progression and Adoption

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The field of toxicology as a whole is at a crossroads where current and future technologies are enabling better predictions of toxicity before a substance is released for human consumption or exposure. While a few barriers remain, we are making progress towards overcoming them, from both technical and policy perspectives.

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The Tiny Pump with Big Applications

The Tiny Pump with Big Applications

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We spoke to Tom Harrison, Business Development Manager, TTP Ventus, to learn more about the technology behind Disc Pump, and some of the applications it could benefit.

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Tackling the Opioid Crisis: Genetic testing to identify addiction risk

Tackling the Opioid Crisis: Genetic testing to identify addiction risk

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Dr Keri Donaldson, CEO and founder of predictive health intelligence company Prescient Medicine, tells us about the role that genetic testing could play in tackling the opioid crisis.

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Cell-based Imaging and Screening Applications

Cell-based Imaging and Screening Applications

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BioStatus develops and supplies products for cell-based imaging, cytometry and screening applications. We met with Roy Edward, Director at BioStatus during the High Content and Phenotypic Screening 2017 event to learn more.

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Multiplex Testing Informs STI Treatment Pathways

Multiplex Testing Informs STI Treatment Pathways

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Bacterial resistance to antibiotics is a growing concern, and is no less prevalent among pathogens causing sexually transmitted infections. Colin Denver tells us about the success of a multiplex diagnostics approach in testing azithromycin resistance in Mycoplasma genitalium.

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Pharmaceutical Data Integrity: Are Your Controls Tough Enough?

Pharmaceutical Data Integrity: Are Your Controls Tough Enough?

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As pharmaceutical supply chains have grown in complexity the data used by drug developers and manufacturers to make decisions is coming under greater scrutiny from regulatory authorities.

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Removing Interferences for Better Quality Data in Challenging Samples

Removing Interferences for Better Quality Data in Challenging Samples

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To learn more about the challenges researchers currently face and how the iCAP™ TQ ICP-MS instrument helps provide better quality data from challenging samples, we spoke to Dr Daniel Kutscher, Product Specialist, ICP-MS Trace Element Analysis, Thermo Fisher Scientific.

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