Discovery of Blood Based Biomarkers in Neurodegenerative Diseases
The SomaScan Assay is an ideal high throughput platform for identifying proteins that may be involved in disease pathology, as it offers a highly sensitive method of quantifying proteins in different biologic fluids such as serum, plasma, urine and cerebrospinal fluid.
Genetic Insights for Biopharmaceuticals: Propelling Drug Candidates into Therapeutic Assets
Innovation is key for any biopharmaceutical and biotechnology company. Whilst the demand for infectious disease prevention continues to grow, so does the pressure on these companies to deliver innovative solutions.
Performance Evaluation of the Cobas® t 711 Coagulation Analyzer
In this whitepaper, learn how the innovative features of the cobas t 711 coagulation analyzer address the need for greater efficiency, improved workflow and reliable results, potentially allowing laboratory staff to gain more time to focus on validation and clinical interpretation.
Fast, Sensitive and Robust Host Cell Protein Analysis
Process development teams need detailed information, via a platform that delivers short gradients to allow the required sample throughput to detect HCPs in a low sub-ppm range.
Advanced Flow Cytometry Applications for Antibody, Small Molecule and Phenotypic Screening
Flow cytometry is an important part of the drug discovery workflow. From screening antibodies to small molecules, combining tests for various analytes in a single panel not only reduces the necessary sample volume but also collects more information in less time, accelerating the drug discovery process.
Updated Air Monitoring Requirements for Medical Device Manufacturers
The EU GMP Annex 1 provides specific guidance on the manufacture of sterile medicinal products. Though it is a European guide for manufacturing, EU GMP Annex 1’s impact is global. So how does the latest revision affect you?
How Spatial Phenotyping Can Uncover Novel Insights in Tissue Biology
Rather than choosing between the detail of single-cell RNA sequencing and the in situ capabilities of conventional immunohistochemistry, spatial phenotyping allow you to visualize and quantify dozens of biomarkers in a single tissue sample while maintaining cellular and sub-cellular detail.
Single-Cell Sequencing: The Challenges and Opportunities
Recent technological advancements have made single-cell sequencing an increasingly powerful tool for understanding biology and cellular function, disease diagnosis, therapy response prediction, and treatment selection.
Investigating Cell-Free DNA in Liquid Biopsy
Only a small amount of cell-free DNA (cfDNA) can be found in circulation, therefore efficient and highly sensitive technologies such as next-generation sequencing (NGS) are typically being used to detect this biomarker.
Genome Modification: A New Paradigm for Biofuel
Biofuels have garnered increased attention due to the economic and environmental concerns associated with petroleum-based fuel.