Dutch researchers have grown their own kidney tubules derived from human kidney adult stem cells and urine cells in microfluidic chips.
A newly developed biophotonic system makes it possible to detect, in a non-invasive way and with a very small sample of blood, allergies to antibiotics in less than an hour.
Integrated DNA Technologies (IDT) introduces its rhAmpSeq targeted sequencing system, providing researchers with easy-to-use amplicon sequencing on Illumina next-generation sequencing (NGS) platforms.
Lonza has expanded its hepatocytes portfolio characterisation with the addition of Verified for Spheroids Human Hepatocytes, which are pre-screened for their ability to promote rapid spheroid formation in cell culture.
An important but commonly overlooked aspect of image-based assay design for high content analysis (HCA) is the use of appropriate controls.
A new screening technique for non-small-cell lung cancer helps assess whether immune checkpoint inhibitors would be a suitable treatment method for individual patients.
Lonza has launched DonorPlex Hepatocytes, a line of high-quality cryopreserved pooled donor suspension hepatocytes. Researchers within DMPK and ADME laboratories can now benefit from this robust product offering for studying the hepatic metabolism of drugs.
Researchers have developed a sensitive new biosensor that could someday be used to detect foetal Down syndrome DNA in pregnant women's blood.
The Stunner from Unchained Labs can measure both protein size and concentration in a single instrument. It is designed specifically for protein and biologics researchers.
Nanotechnology researchers have reported a low-cost way of detecting cancer in early stages using a new class of magnetic nanomaterials.
The Harry Perkins Institute of Medical Research (HPIMR) has installed an Illumina NovaSeq 6000 DNA sequencer.