700.000 year old horse gets its genome sequenced

It is nothing short of a world record in DNA research that scientists at the Centre for GeoGenetics at the Natural History Museum of Denmark...

Zebrafish study paves the way for new treatments for genetic disorder

Scientists from the University of Sheffield have paved the way for new treatments for a common genetic disorder thanks to pioneering...

The future of UK life science research

Oxford Gene Technology (OGT), provider of innovative genetics research and biomarker solutions to advance molecular medicine, is proud to...

World leading scientists join forces to fight devastating degenerative disease

More than 200 international scientists and clinicians who are fighting to find a cure for the devastating degenerative condition Motor...

A fresh approach to developing chronic pain therapeutics

Cellectricon will present a novel phenotypic assay at World Pharma Congress 2013, Tues 4th June, 5pm

Scientists identify molecular trigger for Alzheimer’s disease

New research establishes nature of malfunction in protein molecules that can lead to onset of dementia.

Almac secures new metagenomics and enzyme discovery programme with UCL

The BBRSC programme combines chemistry and biochemical engineering at UCL with Almac’s biocatalysis group

Cutting edge breast cancer research

Gene expression test distinguishes between breast cancer patients at high and low risk of late recurrence

Genomics to reshape endometrial cancer treatment

The most in-depth look yet at endometrial cancer shows that adding genomics-based testing to the standard diagnostic workup could change the...

Trifluralin screening in shrimp farming

Trifluralin has been used in agriculture since 1963 and is a selective pre-emergence dinitroanaline herbicide which is used to control...

New multi-analyte array for the detection of antimicrobials in honey

Randox Food Diagnostics have developed the new Antimicrobial Array IV to detect multiple antimicrobial compounds in a single honey sample on...

Artificial organ research could be key to development of novel drugs

Organs, both artificial and natural, hold the key to predicting and understanding how novel drugs will react in the body. Sean Ottewell investigates.

What's new in assay technology?

The latest assay technologies are designed for speed, reliability and accuracy. Sean Ottewell highlights the best new entrants to the market

Recombinant Wnt3a introduced

High stability recombinant Wnt3a for organoid culture

Insight into our 50-plus lifespan still evolving, genetic study shows

The scientific reasons why people live beyond the age of 50 are more complex than thought, according to a new genetic study

Canine carrier screening

Rainin TerraRacks help screening service put the focus on canine genetics

Cas9 enzyme variant

Reduces off-target effects in CRISPR genome editing without compromising on-target activity

Genetic testing can pick out men at increased risk of testicular cancer

Scientists studied the DNA of 30,000 men and identified 19 new genetic changes associated with the disease

Robust multiplexing

Improved library preparation multiplexing and target enrichment solutions for the next generation sequencing market

Inherited genes may cause more cancer than previously thought

Scientists looked at neuroendocrine tumours, specifically those which are found in the pancreas




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