BD launches new digital marketplace for flow cytometry
Becton Dickinson (BD) has launched bdbiosciences.com, an updated digital marketplace for flow cytometry. The new website provides an enhanced online purchasing experience for flow cytometry users and their procurement teams. Read More
Innovation in single-cell sequencing unlocks 10x more data from each cell
A new single-cell sequencing method yields at least 10 times more data for each individual cell compared to previous techniques. The method, published in Nature Biotechnology on July 5, may help cancer researchers uncover new insights into the biological underpinnings of cancer such as drug resistance. 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
Akoya teams up with Nikon, CrestOptics, Andor
Akoya Biosciences has formed partnerships with microscope providers Nikon, CrestOptics, and Andor to facilitate development of spatial biology applications via its Imaging Innovators Network. Read More
Akoya to provide spatial phenotyping tools to Chan Zuckerberg Initiative
Akoya Biosciences will offer its Codex single-cell, whole-tissue imaging capabilities to the Chan Zuckerberg Initiative's grantees to fuel next-generation biological discoveries. Read More
How spatial biology can impact clinical translational research
Building on the success of single-cell technologies, 10X Genomics' Michael Schnall-Levin, PhD, discusses with ScienceBoard.net how the company entered the spatial biology field and how it continues to support the advancement of various clinical translational research efforts. Read More
Single-cell study discovers how antibody regulators develop in tissue
The development process of immune cells important for establishing long-term immunity has been revealed through detailed single-cell techniques. A new study, published in the journal Science Immunology on May 28, examined extracted tonsils and lymph nodes to establish how human T follicular cells specialize in the body. Read More
Bruker expands timsTOF product line
Bruker has added two new instruments to its trapped ion mobility spectrometry time-of-flight (timsTOF) product suite, including the second-generation of its timsTOF Pro system for 4D proteomics. Read More
Single-cell mapping of malaria parasite transmission may lead to new treatments
Single-cell transcriptomics have been used to map which genes are turned on and off during the entire transmission cycle of the deadly human malaria parasite, Plasmodium falciparum. The results, published in Nature Communications on May 27, may lead to the identification of new gene targets for antimalarial treatments. Read More
IsoPlexis acquires sequencing methodology IP
IsoPlexis has acquired an intellectual property (IP) portfolio of 86 patents related to DNA and RNA sequencing, which it is integrating into its single-cell proteomics platforms to enable a series of next-generation assays that incorporate multiple omic modalities. Read More
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