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Researchers use massive sequencing methods to identify rare genetic bone disorderProtein quality control in SPR and BLI

SPR and BLI are valuable tools for screening drug candidates, but the data they provide are only as good as the solutions loaded onto the instruments. Learn how DLS evaluates protein aggregation, degradation and solution quality.

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    Free White Paper: Use of Laboratory Balances in the Pharmaceutical IndustryFree White Paper: Use of Laboratory Balances in the Pharmaceutical Industry
 
On January 1st, 2022, the new Chapter 2.1.7, published by the European Pharmacopoeia (Ph.Eur.) and affecting balances for analytical purposes, became effective.

The Pharma Software package available for Cubis® II lab balances helps customers successfully meet requirements set by both the new Ph.Eur. Chapter 2.1.7 and the USP, Chapter 41. Learn more in Sartorius' white paper.

 
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   Computational biology in rare disease researchComputational biology in rare disease research
 
Rare diseases affect 6-8% of the world’s population and most people wait several years before they are diagnosed and potentially treated.
 
 What is a Rare Disease?
 
What is a Rare Disease?Any unusual life-altering complication of the human body affecting a small number of people is classified as a rare disease (RD).
 
 
 Importance of Research into Rare Disease
 
Importance of Research into Rare DiseaseAccording to Global Genes, around 7,000 rare diseases affect approximately 350 million people worldwide.
 
 
 20% of childhood AML cases associated with rare genetic changes inherited through family bloodlines
 
20% of childhood AML cases associated with rare genetic changes inherited through family bloodlinesIt's a diagnosis you never want to hear: Acute Myeloid Leukemia (AML). These three words represent a devastating diagnosis of childhood cancer with dire consequences for many families.