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Tools & Techniques Drug discovery

Anthrax: an Unlikely Ally

| Angus Stewart

Boston bioscientists have found an unlikely ally in anthrax toxins, which could form the basis for a new kind of painkiller.

Tools & Techniques Analytical science

Cell Therapy’s Live Analytical Challenges

| Dalip Sethi

Analytical science can take cell therapy manufacturing to the next level: in-line measurement of critical quality attributes

Tools & Techniques

Biospecimen Access For Biotechs

| Robert Hewitt

Access to quality samples is vital for biotech companies – so why aren’t they getting it?

Tools & Techniques Diagnostics & prognostics

The Big Freeze

| Olivia Gaskill

A new cryobioprinting strategy could maximize the shelf life of bioprinted 3D tissue

Achieve Rapid TSA-Based Multiplexing with LabSat® Research

| Contributed by Epredia

Tyramide Signal Amplification (TSA) is an immunostaining method designed for its high sensitivity, capable of detecting low expressed epitopes

Outside the Lab Policy

What’s Under the Ocular Surface Disease Umbrella?

| Elizabeth Yeu

Efforts should be made to diagnose OSD conditions correctly, so that when a new treatment arrives – we are ready to put it to work for our patients

Research Field Drug discovery

Nurse Sharks and VNARs

| Angus Stewart

How work on sharks could provide a highly effective weapon against new COVID variants

Tools & Techniques Diagnostics & prognostics

A (Consistently) Bright Future

| Matt Sergent

Technologies such as automation can help bring laboratory cytogenetics techniques into the future

Research Field Outcomes research

All Brawn and No Pain?

| Lauren Robertson

Does CBD have the potential to reduce inflammation without hampering tissue regeneration?

Tools & Techniques Analytical science

Talkin’ ‘Bout a (Protein) Revolution

Albert Heck believes native MS will help rewrite the textbooks on immunology, and increase our knowledge of our wellness, health, and the planet

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