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Neurodegeneration – Products

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Pheno Therapeutics Announces Worldwide License From UCB to a Novel Program for Neurodegenerative Disease

Pheno Therapeutics Limited has announced that it has entered into an exclusive worldwide license agreement with UCB.
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MaxCyte Signs Strategic Platform License With Curamys To Enable Cell and Gene Therapies for the Treatment of Rare Intractable Diseases

Under the terms of the agreement, Curamys obtains non-exclusive clinical and commercial rights to use MaxCyte’s Flow Electroporation® technology and ExPERT™ platform.
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Developing Next-Generation In Vitro Phenotypic Assays for Huntington’s Disease

There is currently no effective cure or treatment to slow down or stop the progression of Huntington's disease (HD). One reason for this is the lack of accurate and easy-to-use HD models.
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Neurotrophic Factors (NTFs) for Neural Cell Culture

Neurotrophic factors (NTFs) control nerve cell proliferation and differentiation. The ability of these factors to promote cell survival and regeneration following injury, especially after stroke and brain injury, is applied in nerve cell culture and differentiation research. They are the first factors tested in the Central Nervous System (CNS) as therapeutic biologics.
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Highly Characterized, High Purity Exosome Standards

AMSBIO offer an extensive range of highly characterized, high purity exosomes for use as control standards in applications including marker assessment, immunocapture performance evaluation, exosome quantification, OMICS analysis, flow cytometry and electron microscopy.
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Thermo Fisher Scientific Announces New Cryo-TEM With Expansive Automation Features To Help Accelerate Drug Discovery Research

Thermo Fisher Scientific Inc. has introduced the Thermo Scientific Glacios 2 Cryo-Transmission Electron Microscope, a powerful microscope with new automation and high-resolution imaging capabilities.
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bit.bio Adds Two New Human Cell Products To Accelerate Research and Drug Discovery for Neurodegenerative Disease

Cell coding company bit.bio has announced an expansion to its product portfolio to enable scientists to study neurodegenerative diseases in a human context.
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PacBio Unveils a New Method for Comprehensive, Genome-Wide Tandem Repeat Analysis

PacBio has announced the availability of a new computational analysis method for profiling more than a million tandem repeats across the human genome using PacBio’s native long-read HiFi sequencing data.
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With 3Brain AG's Accura-3D Microchip, a First-in-Class Cell-Electronic Interface Enters the Market

In collaboration with CSEM, 3Brain AG has announced an exciting 3D microchip for their brain-on-chip portfolio.
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New Cryo-Plasma Focused Ion Beam To Streamline Cellular Cryo-Electron Tomography Research

Thermo Fisher Scientific Inc. today unveiled the Thermo Scientific Arctis Cryo-Plasma Focused Ion Beam, a new connected and automated microscope designed to advance the pace of cryo-electron tomography research.
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