Proteomics
Cytek launches new immunoprofiling assay
Cytek Biosciences has launched a 25-color immunoprofiling assay optimized for its flagship Aurora cell analysis systems. Read More
Researchers figure out how the immune system sparks cell death
Immunologists have discovered how the innate immune system launches a multifaceted attack against invaders through the use of multiple immune sensors. The work was published in Nature on September 1. Read More
New England Biolabs launches NEBNext immune sequencing kits
New England Biolabs has launched NEBNext immune sequencing kits, which are available for human or mouse samples to allow for B-cell and/or T-cell repertoire analysis of infections, the company announced. Read More
PerkinElmer releases new KRAS investigation kits
PerkinElmer has released four new test kits designed to help researchers better understand KRAS protein structures and mutations. The kits will enable cancer researchers to accelerate the identification and optimization of therapeutic leads, the company said. Read More
BD launches new benchtop cell analyzer
Medical technology company Becton Dickinson (BD) has launched a new benchtop cell analyzer called FACSymphony A1 that offers new capabilities in flow cytometry instrumentation to scientific research labs of all sizes. Read More
Researchers identify chronic stress gene target in brain
By studying how genes affect receptors in the brain under stress, researchers have discovered new molecular mechanisms behind the function of corticosterone, the stress hormone. The research was published in Nature Communications on August 6. Read More
New sequencing workflow efficiently maps protein-protein interactions
A new tool called protein-protein interaction sequencing (PROPER-seq) allows researchers to map complex networks of proteins within cells of interest without the need for specialized resources, like antibodies or premade gene libraries. The methodology was published in Molecular Cell on August 3. Read More
Bio-Techne launches multiplex spatial genomics assay
Bio-Techne has expanded its RNAscope in situ hybridization technology portfolio with the release of the new RNAscope HiPlex V2 assay for formalin-fixed, paraffin-embedded and fixed and frozen samples for up to 12 targets. Read More
Iodine-activated nanoparticles trigger DNA damage in cancer cells
Newly designed nanoparticles containing iodine have been shown to kill cancer cells by causing DNA damage when activated by radiation. The in vitro findings were published in Scientific Reports on July 14. Read More
Algorithm expands what scientists can uncover from individual cells
A new software tool can help researchers further utilize single-cell RNA sequencing data to learn more about individual cells by incorporating biologically relevant data into the analysis. The machine-learning algorithm, detailed in Genome Research on June 30, can be used to predict which transcription factors are most active in individual cells. Read More
Conferences
Building Biology in 3D Hybrid Symposium
October 26-27
La Jolla, California United States
Northeast Regional Laboratory Staff and Core Directors (NERLSCD) 2021
November 3-5
Portsmouth, New Hampshire United States
CPhI Worldwide 2021
November 9-11
Milan, Lombardia Italy
Society for Immunotherapy of Cancer (SITC) Annual Meeting
November 10-14
Washington, DC, District of Columbia United States
Conferences
Building Biology in 3D Hybrid Symposium
October 26-27
La Jolla, California United States
Northeast Regional Laboratory Staff and Core Directors (NERLSCD) 2021
November 3-5
Portsmouth, New Hampshire United States
CPhI Worldwide 2021
November 9-11
Milan, Lombardia Italy
Society for Immunotherapy of Cancer (SITC) Annual Meeting
November 10-14
Washington, DC, District of Columbia United States
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