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September 2018 Issue of The Translational Scientist

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Articles featured in this issue

Outside the Lab

Another Man’s Treasure

| Kym Faull |

Got an obsolete but working instrument sitting in the basement of your institution? Donate it!

Research Field

Not Immune to Damage

| Ruth Steer |

Could activated T cells play a major role in driving neurodegeneration in glaucoma?

Research Field

Antibody About Turn

| Sam Cobb |

A promising candidate is on the verge of entering clinical development… What happens when you see an opportunity to make it even better?

Research Field

Better Biomarkers for AD R&D

| Carlo Medici |

For better diagnosis and monitoring of Alzheimer’s disease, as well as drug R&D, we need to move toward widespread use of MRI biomarker imaging, even if blood screening tests become a reality

Tools & Techniques

What Women Want

| Stephanie Sutton |

Women, like men, want good medicines that have been tested in clinical trials involving fair representation of both sexes.

Research Field

The Pitter-Patter of Tiny Diagnoses

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A simple yet accurate model could help streamline ROP screening

Disease Area

Real-Time Tumor Analysis

| William Aryitey |

MALDI and a SpiderMass device could save valuable surgery time

Research Field

FDA Quackdown

| James Strachan |

Regulators step in to stop stem cell clinics from marketing unproven therapies.

Research Field

The Matchmaker

| Paul Ursell |

Introducing the easy-to-use system that offers patients lower risks of complications – regardless of surgeon experience

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