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Better Care with Better Knowledge: the Human Gene Mutation Database
Better Care with Better Knowledge: the Human Gene Mutation Database
The Scientist Creative Services Team | Feb 11, 2018
In modern hereditary disease testing, valuable information can be missed due to inadequate mining and interpretation. These "knowledge blind spots" can have significant clinical consequences. The Human Gene Mutation Database is the gold standard resource for coverage of published germ-line human inherited disease mutations. Learn more with this white paper!
Lonza Expands Cell-Culture Portfolio with Quasi Vivo® System
Lonza Expands Cell-Culture Portfolio with Quasi Vivo® System
Lonza | Feb 11, 2018
Today Lonza announced the latest addition to its cell-culture product portfolio – the Quasi Vivo® System. The Quasi Vivo® Device consists of an advanced, interconnected fluidics system to create more physiologically relevant cell-culture conditions, helping researchers improve the predictive value of their studies.
High Molecular Weight Protein Analysis Made Simple
High Molecular Weight Protein Analysis Made Simple
The Scientist Creative Services Team | Feb 5, 2018
Analyzing a large protein using a traditional Western blot can be very complicated. The gel can break, the transfer can take forever, and reproducibility can be challenging. Find out how capillary-based protein separation techniques can help with this application note!
Advanced Instruments Announces Osmo1™ Single-Sample Micro-Osmometer for One-Step Direct Sampling
Advanced Instruments Announces Osmo1™ Single-Sample Micro-Osmometer for One-Step Direct Sampling
Advanced Instruments | Feb 5, 2018
Advanced Instruments, the world’s leading authority in osmometry, announces the newest member of the Advanced™ family of freezing point osmometers. Osmo1 is ideally suited for clinical laboratories who prefer to directly draw and test small sample volumes.
Thermo Fisher Scientific Receives Manufacturing Leaders’ Innovation Award
Thermo Fisher Scientific Receives Manufacturing Leaders’ Innovation Award
Thermo Fisher Scientific | Feb 1, 2018
Senior executives in manufacturing operations within large global corporations have selected the Thermo Scientific InSight wireless cold storage monitoring solution as the winner of the 2017 Manufacturing Leaders’ Innovation Award.
TTP Labtech’s global launch of dragonfly discovery at SLAS 2018
TTP Labtech’s global launch of dragonfly discovery at SLAS 2018
TTP LabTech | Feb 1, 2018
TTP Labtech Ltd, a global leader in the design and development of automated instrumentation and consumables for life science applications, has announced the global commercial launch of its dragonfly® discovery liquid handling technology at SLAS 2018, in San Diego, CA USA.
Lonza to Present Latest Research into More Physiologically Relevant ADME-Tox Models at the Society of Toxicology Meeting
Lonza to Present Latest Research into More Physiologically Relevant ADME-Tox Models at the Society of Toxicology Meeting
Lonza | Feb 1, 2018
During the Society of Toxicology Meeting from 11-15 March 2018 at the Henry B. González Convention Center in San Antonio, TX (USA), Lonza will present two posters highlighting its latest research into developing more physiologically relevant in vitro cell-culture models for ADME-Tox testing. 
Hitting a Biological Bullseye with Targeted <br>Sequence Analysis
Hitting a Biological Bullseye with Targeted
Sequence Analysis
The Scientist Creative Services Team | Jan 31, 2018
Learn about the advantages of targeted single-cell analysis for designing gene panels and maximizing data accuracy with this eBook from The Scientist and BD Biosciences.
Chemyx: Sustained-Release Therapeutic Carriers - The Microencapsulation of Cells
Chemyx: Sustained-Release Therapeutic Carriers - The Microencapsulation of Cells
Chemyx Inc. | Jan 28, 2018
Cell microencapsulation is a novel and promising strategy in various disease settings. Syringe-based infusion pump apparatuses provide for a controlled release of the bioactive agents.
New Focal Charge Compensation mode for ZEISS field emission scanning electron microscopes improves image quality
New Focal Charge Compensation mode for ZEISS field emission scanning electron microscopes improves image quality
Zeiss | Jan 24, 2018
In collaboration with the National Center for Microscopy and Imaging Research (NCMIR) at the University of California San Diego, ZEISS releases a new Focal Charge Compensation module for block face imaging with ZEISS GeminiSEM and 3View® from Gatan, Inc.