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Incubating the latest developments in IVF

A controlled, reliable incubation system can be one of the most valuable pieces of equipment in a laboratory. Jacqueline van der Zijden...

Laser to give key insight into cell behaviour in nature

Laser instrument capable of hitting a sample a hundred thousand times a second is expected to provide scientists with vital information about the UV light-induced DNA damage that drives skin cancer

Ready-to-use stable cell lines

Cell lines provides solution for manufacture of therapeutic and diagnostic protein and for applications in drug screening, pharmacological...

Tracing unique cells with mathematics

Statistical methods improve biological single-cell analyses

Kits for cell isolation and flow cytometry

Aptamers offer advantages over antibodies as they can be engineered completely in a test tube, are readily produced by chemical synthesis

Stem cells overcome damage in other cells by exporting mitochondria

A research team has identified a protein that increases the transfer of mitochondria from mesenchymal stem cells to lung cells

Nanoparticles can overcome drug resistance in breast cancer cells

Nanoparticles filled with chemotherapeutic drugs can kill drug-resistant breast cancer cells, according to a study published in the scientific journal Biomaterials.

Webinar addresses 3D cell-based models for regenerative medicine

Presented by Dr Elad Katz, a senior scientist at AMSBIO, a new on-demand webinar explores the potential of 3D cell-based models for...

Animal-free and endotoxin-free stem cell factors

A new range of animal-free and endotoxin-free growth factors and cytokines, tailored to stem cell research, has been launched by AMSBIO –...

Ultra-flat glass bottom plates optimise imaging of growing cells

Porvair Sciences new generation Krystal™ glass bottom plates are precision manufactured using a proprietary process resulting in excellent...

Toolkit for nucleosome & histone research

AMSBIO has announced addition of new biotinylated histones and nucleosomes to its expanding range of recombinant nucleosomes, purified...

Extended flexibility and performance in live cell imaging

Olympus introduces new advanced optical modules for increased flexibility in its inverted microscope frame design. The IX3 series can now be...

Thermo Fisher Scientific releases new small benchtop centrifuge

Thermo Fisher Scientific Inc. has launched the new Thermo Scientific small benchtop centrifuge, delivering, in a compact footprint, the...

Presenting phenotypic screening strategies for chronic pain research

Cellectricon, a leading provider of advanced cell-based screening technologies and services, invites researchers to join the webinar...

Gold ‘nanoprobes’ hold the key to treating killer diseases

Researchers at the University of Southampton, in collaboration with colleagues at the University of Cambridge, have developed a technique to help treat fatal diseases more effectively. Dr Sumeet Mahajan and his group at the Institute for...

University launches search for ‘returning’ scientists

The University of York has launched an initiative to attract more scientists, who have taken a career break, back into the world of...

A new player in brain disease and stroke

Research that shows how cells respond to brain damage may lead to a new treatment for stroke and neurodegenerative diseases.

Molecular switch controls the destiny of self-eating cells

In a new paper published in the journal Nature, researchers present a previously unknown mechanism that controls whether a cell survives autophagy, a process that can be compared to the cell consuming parts of itself.

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