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Double helix structure of DNA.
News

Novel Protein Found To Inhibit Activity of CRISPR-Cas System

Researchers discovered novel anti-CRISPR protein called AcrIF25, which inhibits the activity of the CRISPR-Cas system by dismantling the I-F type CRISPR-Cas complex (Csy complex), providing a new approach for precise control of the CRISPR-Cas system.
A person in a blue jumper holding a blister pack of yellow pills.
News

New Insights into Antihistamine Binding Could Lead to More Effective Treatments

A new study has illustrated the different binding kinetics of isomers of doxepin, an antihistamine, which could lead to better treatments.
3D protein molecules showing the molecular backbone
Article

An Introduction to Protein Purification: Methods, Technologies and Applications

The ability to obtain pure proteins is essential for developing drugs, creating vaccines and understanding biological processes. In this article, we discuss what a typical protein purification protocol involves and the various techniques used.
A gloved hand placing a vial inside an LC-MS instrument.
Article

Mass Spectrometry Imaging in Pharmaceutical Development

In this article, we explore how mass spectrometry imaging technology is evolving into a high-resolution spatial biology toolset to transform drug discovery and development.
John Lesica, president, chromatography and mass spectrometry at Thermo Fisher Scientific.
Industry Insight

Optimizing Analytical Tools To Accelerate Translational Research

John Lesica, president of chromatography and mass spectrometry at Thermo Fisher Scientific, joined Technology Networks for an interview at this year's American Society for Mass Spectrometry event.
Jose Castro-Perez and Chris Lock.
Industry Insight

Driving Sensitivity and Resilience in Mass Spectrometry at ASMS 2024

Technology Networks joined SCIEX for a discussion about the company’s latest product launches at this year’s ASMS conference.
A teabag.
News

Some “Biodegradable” Teabags Don’t Easily Deteriorate in the Environment After All, Study Finds

Some teabags manufactured using plastic alternatives do not degrade in soil and have the potential to harm terrestrial species, a new study has shown.
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Industry Insight

Unraveling the Impact of PFAS

At analytica 2024, Technology Networks spoke with Dr. Susanne Soelter, field application specialist at Agilent, to learn more about the impact of PFAS and the challenges that come with PFAS testing.
A researcher collects water from a pond using a conical flask.
Article

Water Analysis: A Pollution Solution?

Water represents a means to hydrate, wash, cook, clean and even to dispose of waste, but these activities are not without consequences. This article will discuss current areas of concern in water quality analysis and highlight some of the key techniques in detection and remediation efforts.
Three shelves full of alcohol bottles.
News

Scientists Take New Approach in Fight Against Counterfeit Alcoholic Spirits

In the shadowy world of counterfeit alcoholic spirit production, where profits soar and brands are exploited, the true extent of this illegal market remains shrouded. Scientists are compiling a database to test, compare and log alcoholic spirits.
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