Immunoassays – News and Features
Host Cell Protein Analysis: From Process to Advances to Future
Host cell proteins can prove problematic for the development of novel biopharmaceuticals. In this article, we will highlight some of the latest advances in host cell analysis strategies and how they are being implemented.
Cellular Secrets of Aging Unlocked
According to research, genetic changes that accumulate slowly in blood stem cells throughout life are likely to be responsible for the dramatic change in blood production after the age of 70.
Principal Tools Uncovering Complexities of Novel Drug Target Discovery
In this article, Dr. Kenneth Oh discusses how a comprehensive qPCR–western blot–multiplex assay workflow can revolutionize drug discovery approaches.
Emerging Technological Landscapes in Biomanufacturing and Monoclonal Antibody Screening
This article aims to understand the current challenges in biomanufacturing and screening mAb profiles, and how innovative tools allow for greater insight when monitoring the critical attributes of mAbs.
Evolution of Lyme Disease Testing and Future Perspectives
This article explores the current state of Lyme disease testing and how improvements could be made in the future to improve time to diagnosis.
How a Schizophrenia-Linked Gene Alters Brain Development
Research in zebrafish models has progressed the understanding of how the schizophrenia-linked YWHAZ gene can alter neurodevelopment.
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Predicting When Latent TB in Elephants May Become Active
TB kills elephants worldwide and transmission to humans has been reported. Using the TB diagnostics applied to humans, such as chest X-rays, is difficult in elephants so researchers have been looking for a serum antibody test.
New Peptide Ratio Might Give Clues to Alzheimer's Onset
A pair of new studies has identified that the onset of Alzheimer's disease is linked to the ratio of short to long amyloid peptides produced in their brain.
Driving Forward Huntington’s Disease Research
Dr. Christian Landles highlights some of the progress made in recent years to improve our understanding of HD and its drivers.