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Wednesday 15th August 2018

IDT Provides Optimized Conditions for HDR in CRISPR Editing

New application note gives researchers insights and guidance on maximizing HDR-mediated insertion of short fragments in CRISPR genome editing As an advocate for the genomics age, Integrated DNA Technologies (IDT), has published a new application note on optimization of CRISPR-Cas9 for homology-directed repair (HDR) applications. Available as part of the IDT collection of CRISPR application notes a...

Autoscribe Informatics Expands Distribution Network

Autoscribe Informatics, a specialist provider of Laboratory Information Management Systems (LIMS), has expanded its worldwide distribution network. Corporación Científica Venezolana, CA has been appointed to cover South America, while V*I*Production sp z.o.o. will represent Autoscribe in Germany and Poland. Corporació...

The Natural History Museum uses Linkam Temperature- Controlled Microscopy to Study Inclusions in Mineral Deposits

Linkam Scientific Instruments, reports on the research of Dr Jamie Wilkinson of the Natural History Museum in London where he uses temperature-controlled microscopy to characterize mineral deposits. Dr Jamie Wilkinson is a Research Leader in Mineral Deposits in the Department of Earth Sciences at the Natural History Museum, London. He is a member of the London Centre for Ore Deposits and Expl...

Tuesday 14th August 2018

Fluidic Analytics Secures US Patent Paving the Way for the Development and Commercialisation of Next-generation Protein Analysis Technology Platform

Fluidic Analytics Ltd, has announced the issuance of US Patent 9,952,22 B2, entitled ‘Fluidic Separation and Detection’, from the United States Patent and Trademark Office. This paves the way for the development and commercialisation of a next-generation protein analysis technology platform to be launched later this year. "The issuance of the US Patent for our fluidic separation and de...

The Next Generation in Electrochemical Reactors

After months in development flow chemistry engineering specialists Vapourtec have provided a prototype electrochemical reactor to Dr Thomas Wirth, Professor of Organic Chemistry at Cardiff University, for evaluation. The latest prototype offers a range of exciting features that will be implemented in the production versions including temperature control and operation...

Promega UK Announces Winners of the First Helix Sustainability Awards

Promega UK, the Life Sciences Company, based on the University of Southampton Science Park in Hampshire, has announced the winners of its first Helix Sustainability award. Helix is an onsite RFID (Radio Frequency Identification) laboratory storage system used to support scientists with their life sciences research fighting diseases such as Cancer and Alzheimer’s....

Monday 13th August 2018

Creative Diagnostics NanoHollows Available for Biology Applications

With years of experience in the pharmaceutical and life science sector, Creative Diagnostics launches NanoHollows, which contain cavity enclosed by a non-porous nanoshell. NanoHollows have great potential applications in biological sensing, biomedical imaging and photothermal therapy due to their unique localized surface plasmon resonance (LSPR) feature...

Powerful CRISPR/Cas9 Gene Editing Kits

AMSBIO has introduced new CRISPR / Cas9 editing kits for gene knock-out, gene knock-in and gene mutation applications. The latest tool in genome science – CRISPR/Cas9 is a simple and efficient genome editing tool which allows for specific genome disruption and replacement resulting in high specificity and low cell toxicity.

Friday 10th August 2018

University Takes Quantum Leap in Race to Build First Super Battery

A South Australian university has recruited a leading quantum physics expert in a bid to win the race to build the world’s first quantum battery. Dr James Quach has joined the University of Adelaide’s School of Physical Sciences for four years under a Ramsay Fellowship. He will work within the Precision Measurement Group in the University’s Institute for Photonics ...

New Case Study | Weighing performance test on Explorer Semi-Micro balance and Ductless Filtering Fume Hood Captair 391 Smart

Weighing requires accuracy, especially when the readability of a balance reaches 0,01mg or more. However, in many applications the samples being weighed might be harmful or dangerous for the operator and the use of a fume hood is required in order to protect the laboratory personnel. Air flow, drafts and vibrations can adversely affect the weighing performance of any balance and eventual...

Quantifying SF6 and PCBs with a custom-designed Nexis GC-2030

Shimadzu’s state-of-the-art technology and expertise in gas sampling has enabled it to develop a bespoke Nexis GC-2030 for Celtic Recycling in Newport, Gwent, allowing the company to introduce GC screening of reclaimed and recycled SF6 gas, a service that no other company in the UK is currently able to offer. At the same time, the new system increased the laboratory’s capacity for the ...

Exosome Isolation Manufacturing & Characterization

AMSBIO has announced an exosome isolation, manufacturing and characterization service to enable R&D groups to accelerate their discovery and development activities. Exosomes are small membrane vesicles with a size ranging from 40 to 100 nm. They are known to serve as functional mediators in cell interaction leading to cancer metastasis and have also been implicated in neurodegenerative disease...

Versatile Recapper for High throughput Sample Storage Workflows

Micronic launches a new recapping solution to accelerate sample storage workflows, the Micronic Screw Cap Recapper CS700. Designed to improve efficiency, the Micronic Screw Cap Recapper can be used as a stand-alone instrument or be simply integrated into a fully automated laboratory environment. This makes the screw cap recapper ideal for high throughput workflows and...

Thursday 9th August 2018

The University of Basel Nano Imaging Lab Uses JPK's NanoWizard® 4 to Provide flexible SPM Services to Industrial Customers and Partners of the Swiss Nanoscience Institute

JPK Instruments, a world-leading manufacturer of nanoanalytic instrumentation for research in life sciences and soft matter, reports on how the Nano Imaging Lab of the Swiss Nanoscience Institute uses JPK’s versatile NanoWizard® 4 AFM system. Dr Monica Schönenberger has developed a flexible, professional service unit for atomic force microscopy. As a member of the Swiss Nanoscience ...

Axol Bioscience Launch Human iPSC-Derived Atrial Cardiomyocytes

A consistent and reproducible model for drug development, toxicity testing and disease modelling applications. Axol Bioscience, the human cell culture specialist, provide highly validated primary cells and iPSC-derived cells together with optimised media and growth supplements, launch their Human iPSC-derived Atrial Cardiomyocytes for the discovery and development of novel treatments and...

New Emulsion Stabilizer for Droplet Microfluidics Prevents Small Molecule Leakage

Dolomite Microfluidics, part of the Blacktrace Group, is delighted to launch its new Pickering emulsion stabilizer Fluoro-Phase, a fluorinated continuous phase that has been specially formulated to stabilize aqueous droplets in microfluidic systems. Unlike most emulsion stabilizing oils, which use molecular surfactants, Fluoro‑Phase relies on functionalized silica nanoparticles that support high...

Wednesday 8th August 2018

Modern Immunotherapy Being Used as Treatment Option in Advanced Cancers

Immunotherapy is the use of a patient's own immune system to treat disease and is one of the most promising new therapies in the fight against cancer. Cancer cells invade the body's immune system, but they are similar to normal, healthy cells and can hide from the immune system and spread. In cancer immunotherapy or immuno-oncology, a patient's immune system is ‘activated' to fight cancer...

ZOOK® announces the launch of their newly redesigned website

Simplified, intuitive navigation, as well as enhanced visuals, quickly guide the visitor to detailed product, application and technical support information. In addition to technical specifications, product support resources include installation guides, technical papers, videos, and an on-demand webinar for simplifying selection, sizing and troubleshooting of rupture disks.

Attana Receives Order to Perform Contract Research from an American Biotech Company

The contract is related to interaction characterization of therapeutic antibodies using Attana’s cell-based technology. The order value is approximately 300 kSEK and will have a positive effect of the cash flow and results during Q3 2018. Attana’s application specialists will perform interaction analysis assays....

Prostrate Cancer Drug Byproduct can Fuel Cancer Cells, United States-Based Researchers Find

Newly published findings may lead to more personalized prostate cancer therapies. A genetic anomaly in certain men with prostate cancer may impact their response to common drugs used to treat the disease, according to new research in the United States. The findings may provide important information for identifying which patients potentially fare better when treated with a different therapy...

MR Solutions Installs Hawaii’s First Preclinical MRI Imaging System

MR Solutions has installed Hawaii’s first preclinical cryogen-free MRI imaging system to help researchers improve the rate of kidney disease detection through research. This is very good news for Hawaii which has a very high incidence of kidney disease - one in seven residents on the island has chronic kidney disease....

Tuesday 7th August 2018

BioTek Granted Autofocus Patent

BioTek Instruments, Inc., a leader in life science instrumentation, was issued a patent by the United States Patent and Trademark Office for its “User-Trained Autofocus” feature in their Gen5™ Microplate Reader and Imager Software, integrated with their advanced cell imaging systems. This autofocus method allows users to overcome imaging challenges arising from debris or dead cel...

Westmead gets Super Resolution Imaging Capabilities and More

The recent installation of an Oxford Nanoimaging single molecule microscope at the Westmead Research Hub will provide researchers with much needed super resolution imaging capabilities. The microscope will allow researchers to observe cellular interactions at the nanoscale, giving them greater insights into how diseases such as cancer behave, increasing the chances of developing breakthrough cures...

Metrohm Releases OMNIS KF – Its New Generation of Karl Fischer Titrators

Metrohm is proud to announce the extension of its OMNIS titratorplatform to include a fully integrated solution for moisture analysis and water content determination with volumetric Karl Fischer titration. The OMNIS platform was first released in 2016, making it the only titration system on the market that increases efficiency by up to 60% through parallel titration...

Monday 6th August 2018

NEW Astrovirus Monoclonal Antibodies

ViroStat has released a set of new Monoclonal Antibodies to Astrovirus. These antibodies are specific to the major capsid protein of the virus and form pairs for detecting this antigen. Astrovirus is a relatively newly discovered family of non-enveloped RNA viruses that cause gastroenteritis in animals and humans...


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