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High-Throughput Flow Cytometry in Biopharma: Benefits and Applications

High-throughput and automation go hand in hand when it comes to drug discovery. The ability to screen more and analyze faster – while maintaining high quality, accurate results – is key to progressing biopharmaceuticals from the research stages through to the clinic.
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Is Chromatography Ready for the Cloud?

Choosing the right data system can make all the difference. If you deploy a chromatography data system (CDS) in the cloud, what does it mean for your data and what GXP regulations could impact this decision?
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Whole Exome Sequencing

Cancer is reshaping our families, our communities and our world. It is among the leading causes of death globally and cancer rates are increasing for nearly every age group and indication. Despite its prevalence, there is so much left to reveal.
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An Introduction to Ion Chromatography

Over recent decades, ion chromatography has become the method of choice for ion analysis and has developed into a significant chromatographic technique within the field of separation science.
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Breaking New Ground in Immunology

Download this eBook to learn more about the fight against infectious disease, bridging the gap between immune response and treatment development plus much more.
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Advances in Vaccine Research

Download this eBook to explore mRNA vaccine technology applications beyond COVID-19, vaccine types, administration routes, vaccine manufacturing, and much more.
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Solutions for Biopharmaceutical Analysis

Download this compendium to discover solutions for bioanalysis of antibody drugs, peptide mapping and detection of protein aggregates.
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Evaluation of the Deliciousness of Meat Alternatives

Download this eBook to learn more about methods for evaluating the deliciousness of meat alternatives including flavor, taste and texture.
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Advances in Proteomics

The term proteomics – used to describe the large-scale characterization of proteins – was coined in the 1990s by Mark Wilkins, who was a PhD student at the time. Download this eBook to learn more about recent developments in proteomics research.
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Improving Scale-up Efficiency

This e-book is a compelling introduction to HYPER technology and the impact it has had as an industry standard on a variety of adherent cell expansion applications, including viral vector manufacturing and stem cell expansion.
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