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This article from TOFWERK discusses how the Vocus CI-TOF was used to analyze human breath for pharmacokinetic studies.
This article from TOFWERK discusses the uptake of volatile organic compounds (VOCs) in the lungs and their measurement with the Vocus PTR-TOF 2R.
In this article, ACROBiosystems discusses COVID-19, specifically omicron recombinants and how this could lead to new, infectious strains emerging.
This article explains the importance of recombinant antibodies for researching and developing medical compounds and therapies.
This article outlines the welfare that should be used in research with animal models such as mice. This article contains information on housing strategies for mice and the insights into animal well-being provided by PhenoTyper.
In recent years, the possibility of developing cell-based therapies has accelerated due to progress in cell and immune-mediated therapies. As these keep on growing, so does the importance of reproducibility, reliability and contamination-free performance of laboratory equipment.
The city of Liverpool boasts a world-class university, which supports groundbreaking specialist health facilities, such as The University of Liverpool Biobanking Facility, which contains some of the oldest tissue banks in the UK.
Discover the HUB (Hubrecht Organoid Technology) based in Utrecht, which aims to become the world's first organoid center.
In this white paper, Sartorius demonstrates how to measure and correct for uncertainty in their Cubis® II laboratory balance using their QApp software.
For correct diagnosis, medical diagnostics and spirometry need to be incredibly accurate. Superior Sensor Technology's Z-Track technology produces almost zero drift, thereby ensuring extreme accuracy in spirometry and general medical diagnostics.
This article discusses how the first 3D molecular image of the coronavirus was created by the University of Texas at Austin and the National Institutes of Health with the aid of the TMC STACIS Quiet Island.
This article from TMC explains how the Collaborative Life Sciences Building at the Multiscale Microscopy Core of Oregon Health & Science University (OHSU) used the Quiet Island to aid their Transmission Electron Microscope.
This article from TMC reviews the different approaches to vibration isolation for biophysics.
This article from TMC outlines how vibration isolation can be implemented for cell culture incubators to eliminate the issue and prevent cell loss.
When it comes to the steam sterilization of liquid media, there are a number of user concerns that are
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Discover how to ensure your instrument washer is cleaning effectively.
In this article, Somatostatin Receptor 2 (SSTR2) is discussed as a potential therapeutic target for cancer therapy, ACROBiosystems also discusses their range of SSTR2 reagents.
In this article, ACROBiosystems discusses how to choose a development strategy for anti-idiotypic antibodies and how to take advantage fo PK/ADA assays.
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Ultrasonic Cleaners use ultrasound frequencies and a cleaning solvent to clean materials such as dental
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