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Why Do Some People Snore So Loudly?
Dig into the science of what causes snoring, and how chronic snoring can be a sign of sleep disorders such as sleep apnea.
Perfect Chromatography Peaks: Clever Solutions To Peaks With Fronting, Tailing or Splitting
Join BUCHI application chemist, Björn Brodbeck, as he explains how to correct common peak malformations.
Eliminating Problems in Drug Development: Understanding the Role of Drug Metabolism
This talk will discuss processes for the metabolism of a drug, referred to as ADME (Absorption, Distribution, Metabolism, Excretion), and the safety testing to provide requisite information to move a drug through IND and into clinical trials. Prior to marketing a new drug and actually prior to administering a candidate drug to humans in clinical trials, it is important to ensure that drug will not only be effective in the therapeutic manner prescribed, but also be safe and not bring any undo harm to patients.
How COVID-19 Vaccines Are Accelerating New Cancer Treatments
Four researchers share their thoughts on how mRNA vaccine technology will transform cancer treatment in the future.
Ketamine as an Antidepressant With Dr. Lisa Monteggia
The Monteggia laboratory at Vanderbilt University has been investigating the molecular mechanisms that underly this rapid action. In this Teach Me in 10, Dr. Monteggia outlines some of the key discoveries that her team have made, particularly in relation to ketamine, neuroplasticity and neuroreceptors.
Dopamine Isn’t Just a Happy Chemical
When we think of the neurotransmitter dopamine, we often imagine it, and other molecules in our brains, as doing one specific thing. But that's just flat out wrong!
Death and Decomposition
Are humans destroying the circle of life?
What Is Myeloma?
Myeloma is a type of blood cancer that develops from plasma cells in the bone marrow. Find out more about myeloma in this video created by Cancer Research UK.
Interaction Qualified Primary Hepatocytes | Lonza Product Overview
Advance your in vitro drug interaction studies to the next level! Watch this video to learn how our Interaction Qualified primary hepatocytes can increase your confidence in your DDI and metabolism studies.
Shape-Morphing Microrobots Deliver Drugs to Cancer Cells
Delivering drugs directly to cancer cells could help reduce the unpleasant side effects of chemotherapy.