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Wednesday 14th November 2018

California Life Sciences Industry Continues to Show Employment, Company Growth

California’s life sciences industry group today released a report showing steady year-over-year growth in employment, companies, funding, and pipeline development. The Golden State’s life-sci sector directly employed 311,226 people last year, according to the California Life Sciences Industry Report 2019, released today by the California Life Sciences Association (CLSA) and PwC. That’s up 4%...

Chromatographic Analysis for PAT

Continuous processing means real-time monitoring process analytical technology, and enhanced chromatographic techniques—such as the IEX and SEC techniques described by Phenomenex. The post Chromatographic Analysis for PAT appeared first on GEN - Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology News.

Innovative Biobanks Return Scientific Dividends

Banking is about generating returns. In a biobank yield returns in the form of scientific dividends. In research, investment equates to both the quality of samples and the manner in which they are stored. The post Innovative Biobanks Return Scientific Dividends appeared first on GEN - Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology News.

Web-Based Pipetting

Thermo Fisher Scientific My Pipette Creator is the first cloud-based application designed to enable efficient, centralized programming of connected pipettes, as well as secure storage and sharing of protocols between pipettes and colleagues within the lab. Offering a library of pre-programmed protocols for the E1-ClipTip pipettes and Thermo Fisher Scientific reagent kits, the application allows [&...

Rat Resource & Research Center

Rating: Very Good Strong Points: Easy to search for specific lines Weak Points: Some links don’t work, need to email the center directly for some protocols www.rrrc.us The Rat Resource & Research Center (RRRC), from the University of Missouri, is an essential resource for scientists who use the rat as their model organism. Users can search for available […] The post Rat Resource �...

RNAi Shares Discovery Spotlight with CRISPR-Cas

RNA interference may not always receive top billing in research and drug discovery projects, but it’s still the go-to technology if low immunogenicity, ease of delivery, or conditional silencing is needed. The post RNAi Shares Discovery Spotlight with CRISPR-Cas appeared first on GEN - Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology News.

Biobanking Issues: Challenges, Instruments, and Solutions

GEN recently interviewed Bill Mathieson, Ph.D. and Rainer Nitsche, Ph.D. about the various issues and factors impacting biobanking operations and instrumentation, including the Agilent TapeStation systems. The post Biobanking Issues: Challenges, Instruments, and Solutions appeared first on GEN - Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology News.

The Role of Automation in Biobanking Financial Sustainability

Sponsored by   When considering the purchase of automated equipment, including automated sample storage systems, users typically start with a focus on today’s business needs. How much throughput? How much time? How much space? However, the greater question facing many biobanks today is that of financial sustainability. Technology advances are helping generate massive amounts of […] Th...

Cleveland Clinic Center for Continuing Education

Rating: Excellent Strong Points: Webcasts are free to access, content available for a wide range of specialties www.clevelandclinicmeded.com The Cleveland Clinic Center for Continuing Education is an excellent resource for medical professionals looking to further their education. Educational content on the website comes in a variety of formats, such as interactive case studies and webcasts. Each...

The Evolution of Biobanking

Improvements in our understanding of disease have relied primarily on clinical trials backed by real-world evidence. Biological samples and large-scale datasets are key components in research today, particularly in relation to research aimed at understanding the prevalence of a disease and the discovery of new biomarkers for direct and molecularly targeted therapeutics. Biobanks contain the [̷...

Aggressive #PancreaticCancer Addicted to Transcription Factor: http://ow.ly/xj1D30mCpAJ pic.twitter.com/6DHJ0u8jRh

Aggressive #PancreaticCancer Addicted to Transcription Factor: http://ow.ly/xj1D30mCpAJ  pic.twitter.com/6DHJ0u8jRh

GEN Webinar tomorrow, 8 am PT, 11 am ET, 1700 CET -- Cancer Gene Expression Targets Validated Using Novel Histopathology Tools. It's not too late to register at http://ow.ly/LUwa30mC9L3 

GEN Webinar tomorrow, 8 am PT, 11 am ET, 1700 CET -- Cancer Gene Expression Targets Validated Using Novel Histopathology Tools. It's not too late to register at http://ow.ly/LUwa30mC9L3 

Aggressive Pancreatic Cancer Addicted to Transcription Factor

A unique protein, transcription factor TP63, is specifically expressed in the squamous epithelial subtype of pancreatic ductal adenocarcinoma, which can kill patients within a year of diagnosis. In the squamous epithelial subtype, cancer cells become so reliant on TP63 that they may be vulnerable to TP63-targeted therapy. The post Aggressive Pancreatic Cancer Addicted to Transcription Factor appea...

. @Celgene, @dragonflytx Expand #Cancer #Immunotherapy Collaboration: http://ow.ly/ziD730mCeHR pic.twitter.com/jqXxOUN7n6

. @Celgene, @dragonflytx Expand #Cancer #Immunotherapy Collaboration: http://ow.ly/ziD730mCeHR  pic.twitter.com/jqXxOUN7n6

Celgene, Dragonfly Expand Cancer Immunotherapy Collaboration

Dragonfly Therapeutics said today it has doubled to eight the number of its natural killer (NK) cell engager cancer immunotherapy candidates available for in-licensing by Celgene, in a $50 million-plus expansion of the companies’ 17-month-old collaboration. The four new candidates, as with the four original candidates, are cancer immunotherapies developed through Dragonfly’s Tri-specific, NK c...

Probiotic May Represent Bone-Boosting Therapy for #Osteoporosis: http://ow.ly/GPLT30mCeAZ pic.twitter.com/y8rRf5IXrg

Probiotic May Represent Bone-Boosting Therapy for #Osteoporosis: http://ow.ly/GPLT30mCeAZ  pic.twitter.com/y8rRf5IXrg

Engineered DNA-Encoded mAbs Successfully Target Zaire Ebolavirus: http://ow.ly/q0jA30mCesY pic.twitter.com/uLOPh7iGGl

Engineered DNA-Encoded mAbs Successfully Target Zaire Ebolavirus: http://ow.ly/q0jA30mCesY  pic.twitter.com/uLOPh7iGGl

Open Letter: RESEARCH ON GENE DRIVE TECHNOLOGY CAN BENEFIT CONSERVATION AND PUBLIC HEALTH https://genedrivenetwork.org/open-letter  Signatories include Austin Burt, Ethan Bier, Anthony James, Kevin Esvelt, George Church, Cristanti, Gantz, Robin Lovell-

Open Letter: RESEARCH ON GENE DRIVE TECHNOLOGY CAN BENEFIT CONSERVATION AND PUBLIC HEALTH https://genedrivenetwork.org/open-letter  Signatories include Austin Burt, Ethan Bier, Anthony James, Kevin Esvelt, George Church, Cristanti, Gantz, Robin Lovell-Badge, Tony Nolan, Beth Shapiro, Paul Thomas

Probiotic May Represent Bone-Boosting Therapy for Osteoporosis

Studies in mice show Lactobacillus rhamnosus GG probiotic stimulates butyrate production by other microbiota, which triggers T cell production, Wnt signalling and bone formation. The post Probiotic May Represent Bone-Boosting Therapy for Osteoporosis appeared first on GEN - Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology News.

Engineered DNA-Encoded mAbs Successfully Target Zaire Ebolavirus

Synthetic DNA-delivered antibodies protect against Ebola in preclinical studies. The post Engineered DNA-Encoded mAbs Successfully Target Zaire Ebolavirus appeared first on GEN - Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology News.

GEN Webinar tomorrow, 8 am PT, 11 am ET, 1700 CET -- Cancer Gene Expression Targets Validated Using Novel Histopathology Tools. There's still time to register at: http://ow.ly/LUwa30mC9L3 

GEN Webinar tomorrow, 8 am PT, 11 am ET, 1700 CET -- Cancer Gene Expression Targets Validated Using Novel Histopathology Tools. There's still time to register at: http://ow.ly/LUwa30mC9L3 

Nicotine-Degrading Enzyme Could Reduce Reward from Smoking -- http://ow.ly/hGJ630mC9xt pic.twitter.com/iFpAZEuNXB

Nicotine-Degrading Enzyme Could Reduce Reward from Smoking -- http://ow.ly/hGJ630mC9xt  pic.twitter.com/iFpAZEuNXB

Tuesday 13th November 2018

Neural networks and supervised machine learning techniques can efficiently characterize cells that have been studied using single cell RNA-sequencing: http://ow.ly/xgoH30mBnMe 

Neural networks and supervised machine learning techniques can efficiently characterize cells that have been studied using single cell RNA-sequencing: http://ow.ly/xgoH30mBnMe 

Researchers at @CUCancerCenter detail how #Cancer drug helps induce toxicity in leukemic stem cells taken from acute myeloid #leukemia patients: http://ow.ly/Qu4N30mBpnk 

Researchers at @CUCancerCenter detail how #Cancer drug helps induce toxicity in leukemic stem cells taken from acute myeloid #leukemia patients: http://ow.ly/Qu4N30mBpnk 

Investigators at @UWMadison identify a metabolic pathway believed to support a microbial connection between fiber and heart health: http://ow.ly/MK7q30mBnRp 

Investigators at @UWMadison identify a metabolic pathway believed to support a microbial connection between fiber and heart health: http://ow.ly/MK7q30mBnRp 


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