The manner in which cell biologists gather and use data is being changed through Internet of Things (IoT) technology. The ability to monitor the status of their instruments and equipment, as well as the laboratory environment, offers scientists greater insight into physical variables within the lab that can have an impact on their testing.
CEST is a relatively new MRI technique that indirectly measures the rate of exchange between protons on a target molecule and the surrounding water molecules. This webinar (2nd May, 11AM EDT) will describe how the technique enables quantitative assessment of changes in underlying tissue parameters through the generation of quantitative exchange rate and exchangeable proton concentration maps.
It was recently reported that the number of Ebola cases in the Democratic Republic of Congo has surpassed 1,000, making it the second-worst outbreak in history after the 2014 outbreak in West Africa in which 29,000 people were infected and more than 11,000 died.
In this interview, CEM Corporation talks to News-Medical Life Sciences about using their product the Liberty Blue for Automated High-Efficiency Solid Phase Peptides Synthesis of Modified and Pharmaceutically Relevant Peptides.
The most recent developments by Wyatt in their instrumentation and software have made the full potential of FFF accessible to a wider user base. In this interview, Kim R. Williams and Christoph Johann talk to News-Medical and Life Sciences about the technologies and their research.
Flow cytometry is a technique that involves passing cells suspended in a liquid through a laser, while the scattering of light is detected and processed in real-time. Flow cytometry also measures the fluorescence intensity of cells. The information gained from flow cytometry can be used to distinguish the various characteristics of cells, such as size, morphology, cell surface markers, intracellular ions, protein expression, DNA content, as well as various homeostatic functions.
The biopharmaceutical industry develops drugs that are based on recombinant proteins expressed in different host systems, such as bacteria, yeast, fungi, plant cells, etc. In these cases, the expressed proteins are subjected to several rounds of purification to ensure that the host cell proteins do not contaminate the resulting proteins of interest.
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