Researchers have adapted an RNA-targeting CRISPR protein for use as a highly sensitive diagnostic tool.
US scientists may have solved a major tissue bioengineering problem, using the vascular system of spinach leaves to support human heart cells.
The FastPrep-24 5G is part of the FastPrep family of sample preparation systems for the isolation and purification of high molecular weight genomic DNA, functional RNA and biologically active proteins, metabolites and other small molecules.
The SpectraMax iD3 Multi-Mode Microplate Reader features a large, high-resolution touch screen with embedded software, with no need for a dedicated computer workstation.
Cayman Chemical's NETosis Assay Kit provides a simple and fast method for studying the process of NETosis ex vivo. The kit does not depend on the DNA component of neutrophil extracellular traps (NETs), as DNA release can occur independently of NETosis.
Lonza now offers a comprehensive portfolio of fresh and cryopreserved human and animal hepatocytes for ADME-Tox testing.
US researchers have come up with a novel method of storing the world's ever-increasing amount of data, turning to a storage technology that humans would quite literally not be able to live without — DNA.
The NovaSeq series of systems feature innovations that leverage Illumina next-generation sequencing (NGS) technology. They offer users scalable throughput and flexibility for virtually any sequencing method, genome or scale of project.
Japanese and Indian scientists have developed a method for using graphene-based transistors to detect disease-causing genes.
World Precision Instruments (WPI) has introduced MemoryFlex surgical scissors, which are claimed to cut better, last longer and cause less trauma to tissue.
To mark the 40th anniversary of the Australia-Japan Foundation, CellBank Australia and JCRB Cell Bank are disbursing 40 Japan-derived cell line vials to Australia-based research scientists, free of charge, for non-communicable disease (NCD) research.