Spot Sample Preparation Mistakes Before They Ruin Your ResultsVideo
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Discover Unknown Elements in Your Samples Before They Cause TroubleVideo
Got a sample from a new source? Not sure if there are any elements in it that might cause interferences? Try this.
EUCARPIA, the European Association for Research on Plant Breeding, provides a unique platform for meetings of the whole “production chain” of new plant cultivars.Watch Now
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Developing and using sequence indexed, saturated collections of mutants allows us to understand the functions of nearly every gene. We have developed such a platform for sorghum, and will discuss it and ways to use this resource to make the long-promised functional improvements to both food and fuel crops.Watch Now
In this talk, Christine Dufes demonstrates that the intravenous administration of a tumour-targeted dendriplex led to tumour disappearance of 90% of the tested tumours over one month.Watch Now
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Detection and Expression Profiling of Tumor Initiating Cells (TIC) Among the Peripherally Circulating Epithelial Tumor Cells from Patients with Breast CancerVideo
Katharina Pachmann shows that among the peripherally circulating tumor cells a variable fraction is able to express stem cell and adhesion properties and can be grown into tumor spheres, a property ascribed to cells capable of initiating tumors and metastases.Watch Now