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Bispecific antibodies are emerging as rising stars in antibody therapeutics. This article delves into why they are desirable therapeutic targets and what this could mean for healthcare.
Cancer treatments are always evolving, with cytokine and anticytokine therapies being touted as the next major breakthrough. This article delves deeper into said therapies.
Wounds and their healing, or lack thereof, continue to be a persistent problem for healthcare systems
worldwide. Promocell worked with Grenier Bio One and Cytosmart in order to develop a new, high
throughput 3D wound healing model.
This article gives some background information on PCR and qPCR and discusses the key advantages of qPCR - Pro Universal SYBT qPCR Master MIx.
In this article, ACROBiosystems discusses recent advances in Prostate-Specific Membrane Antigen (PSMA) targeted therapies against prostate cancer and how their wide range of PSMA recombinant proteins can help with R&D.
ACROBiosystems and CAS recently published a study in which they discovered a potent neutralizing
antibody (NAb) that could be useful in combating future COVID-19 VOCs and mutants.
In this article, ACROBiosystems discusses the two main therapeutic strategies for targeting the FcRN receptor and how they could potentially help in the treatment and mitigation of various autoimmune diseases.
T cell exhaustion is a very vague term, but generally is used to describe T cell dysfunction that arises due to chronic stimulation. Exhausted T cells exhibit a specific phenotype which can be analyzed.
In this article, Sartorius describes how their analytical instruments can be used in order to asses the function and phenotype of T-cells within a spheroid T-cell killing assay.
In this article, Sartorius demonstrates how their iQue Qpanels®, which are bead-based, high throughput panels, can be used to improve the quality and efficiency of T helper cell cytokine profiling.
Learn more about how the largest human protein array was printed with Arrayjet Inket bioprinting
Learn more about the in-situ protein synthesis for cost-effective and reproducible cell-free arrays.
KEMRI Wellcome Trust researchers for a malaria study transferred from ELISA to microarray and increased productivity by 99%.
Introduction This application note highlights the optimal printing conditions of DMSO mixtures for the
application of compound library screening.
EMBL researchers find that the Arrayjet Super-Marathon Inkjet Microarrayer works for high-throughput hybridoma screening.
This application note provides evidence of feature reproducibility and consistency across slide batches
printed using Arrayjet Marathon microarrayers.
Discover more about printing versatile high-resolution oligosaccharide microarrays onto a variety of substrates using Arrayjet Microarrayers.
This application note highlights the successful printing of fluorescent tagged antibodies onto Schott Nexterion® epoxysilane slides using Arrayjet JetStar™ Protein Printing Buffer C to produce high quality spot morphology.
Despite advancements in treatment, cancer is still a huge public health issue. This white paper from Sino Biological discusses and demonstrates their research tools suited for anti-cancer drug targets and treatments.
Particle size analysis is an important tool in the production of monoclonal antibody modified latex
particles. In this article, Bettersize discusses how their BeNano 90 can be used to examine the particle