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Measuring Nucleic Acid Sample Quality Measuring Nucleic Acid Sample Quality

Nucleic acid sample quality is critical for the success of PCR, next-generation sequencing, and other modern genomic techniques. Spectrophotometric analysis is commonly used to quantify nucleic acid concentrations, examine sample quality and identify the presence of contaminants such as phenol or guanidine. Assessing sample quality is important because contaminants from the nucleic acid extraction process can impede the success of downstream applications in several ways.

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    In Vivo Drug Delivery and Efficacy Monitoring by Microscopy system by IVIM TechnologyIn Vivo Drug Delivery and Efficacy Monitoring by Microscopy system by IVIM Technology
 
The biopharmaceutical sector now focuses on concepts requiring new observations of drug actions within living tissues. IVIM Technology develops microscopy systems that provide high-resolution imaging and are suitable for monitoring drug action and efficacy in target cells and tissues. Hence, IVIM technology facilitates many areas of the therapeutical drug candidates development.
 
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   Boosting Confocal Microscopy Through Artificial IntelligenceBoosting Confocal Microscopy Through Artificial Intelligence
 
In this interview, we speak to Dr. Hari Shroff from the National Institute of Biomedical Imaging and Bioengineering about his latest research into confocal microscopy.
 
   Robust electron microscope provides mechanistic insight into protein degradationRobust electron microscope provides mechanistic insight into protein degradation
 
Proteins are the building blocks of all living things and numerous studies are carried out to determine how these proteins are made and their function.
 
 Advancing Brain Imaging with Two-Photon Fluorescence Microscopy
 
Advancing Brain Imaging with Two-Photon Fluorescence MicroscopyThis article explores the role of two-photon fluorescence microscopy – one of the most advanced microscopy techniques available right now – in cutting-edge brain imaging.
 
 
 UCLA-developed new "virtual histology" technology may reduce need for skin biopsies
 
UCLA-developed new "virtual histology" technology may reduce need for skin biopsiesInstead of surgically removing a sample of skin, sending it to a lab and waiting several days for results, your dermatologist takes pictures of a suspicious-looking lesion and quickly produces a detailed, microscopic image of the skin.
 
 
 Evaluating Novel Optical Temperature Mapping Modality to Overcome Limitations of Existing Optical Instruments
 
Evaluating Novel Optical Temperature Mapping Modality to Overcome Limitations of Existing Optical InstrumentsLooking at Liu, X et al's paper published in Nature Communications, this article describes video-rate upconversion temperature sensing in wide-field utilizing single-shot photoluminescence lifetime imaging thermometry (SPLIT).
 
 
 Integration of Optical Sensing into Orthopedic Surgical Devices
 
Integration of Optical Sensing into Orthopedic Surgical DevicesKnees and hips wear out. Backs and necks become unstable. Fortunately, orthopedic surgeons specialize in musculoskeletal repair. And surgeries that formerly required open exposure are now accomplished with minimally invasive techniques. Surgical risks are reduced, as are postoperative pain and recovery time.