NIH awards grants to launch experimental science rigor initiative
August 4, 2022 -- The National Institutes of Health (NIH) has awarded five new grants to launch an initiative designed to support education in the principles of rigorous scientific research. Read More
Thermo Fisher, Structura Biotechnology unveil particle analysis software
August 3, 2022 -- Thermo Fisher Scientific and Structura Biotechnology are partnering together on a new, single particle analysis software. The software will be a version of Structura's CryoSparc Live and will integrate with Thermo Fisher's Smart EPU software and cryo-transmission electron microscope technology. Read More
UCLA researchers receive $4M from NIH for ‘miniscope’
August 8, 2022 -- University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) brain researchers have received a $4 million National Institutes of Health (NIH) grant to observe neuronal activity in freely moving animals with a “miniscope.” Read More
Scientists can visualize proteins secreted by a single cell
August 8, 2022 -- Researchers at Washington University in St. Louis have developed a new method for visualizing and measuring proteins secreted by a single cell in about 30 minutes. Read More
New technique could enable production of generic CAR T cells at scale
August 4, 2022 -- A Boston Children’s Hospital lab has developed a new method that could make chimeric antigen receptor (CAR) T-cell therapy more widely available using induced pluripotent stem cells to develop mature immune cells. Read More
Gene therapy shows promise in treating ALS in rodent models
August 2, 2022 -- A gene therapy, patented through the University of California, San Diego and the Department of Veterans Affairs, and licensed to Eikonoklastes Therapeutics, measurably delayed disease onset in humanized mouse and rat models of familial amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS). Read More
Ohio researchers safely harness the power of carbenes
August 8, 2022 -- Researchers from The Ohio State University have unveiled a new, safer method to turn carbenes into more stable molecules, which has implications for drug manufacturing. Read More
New technique visualizes cells less than 10 nm
August 3, 2022 -- A new photoswitching fingerprint analysis enables the optical imaging of dynamic interactions with other molecules in the cell. The analysis reliably allows for structural optical resolution in cells in the sub-10 nm range. Read More
Video from AACC: AACC president on Theranos, VALID Act
August 1, 2022 -- Dr. Stephen Master, president of the American Association for Clinical Chemistry, provided his thoughts about the main highlights of the 2022 AACC Annual Scientific Meeting & Clinical Lab Expo held this week in Chicago. Read More
New drug heals nervous system damage from stroke
August 1, 2022 -- A new drug can repair nervous system damage caused by a stroke, at least in animal studies. In a preclinical study, researchers from the University of Cincinnati and Case Western Reserve University have found that one drug resulted in significant improvement in motor function, sensory function, spatial learning, and memory. Read More
Video from AACC: PerkinElmer on diagnostics, acquisitions
August 2, 2022 -- Greg Stock, general manager of PerkinElmer’s Euroimmun business, discussed products and technologies on display at AACC 2022, as well as the integration of acquired companies such as Oxford Immunotec. Read More
Genes explain the effects of psychedelic drugs
July 28, 2022 -- Not everyone has the same response to psychedelic drugs and North Carolina researchers have figured out why -- seven genetic variants of one serotonin receptor greatly impact a certain serotonin receptor’s structure and function. Read More
Exhausted T cells can be resurrected
August 8, 2022 -- Even the most exhausted T cells can be revived, according to University of Pittsburgh and University of Pittsburgh Medical Center researchers. Previously, it was thought when T cells reached a certain stage of exhaustion they were done, but a study published August 5 in Science Immunology shows that’s not the case. Read More
Thymus uses RNA molecules to generate list of friendly proteins that T cells should not attack
August 2, 2022 -- Research from Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory has identified the RNA molecules used by the human thymus organ to generate a list of friendly proteins that T cells should not attack, a discovery which may lead to improved immunotherapies and treatments for autoimmune disorders and cancer. Read More
Seer debuts new proteomic-mapping software
August 3, 2022 -- Seer has launched a new Proteogenomics Workflow that integrates deep proteomics with genomics and is powered by the Proteograph Analysis Suite 2.0. Read More
Video from AACC: Enzo BioChem CEO on COVID-19 test landscape
August 1, 2022 -- Enzo BioChem develops diagnostic tests and provides testing in centers throughout New York and its surrounding areas. CEO Hamid Erfanian spoke to us at AACC 2022 about the changes he sees in the in vitro diagnostics landscape as the COVID-19 pandemic evolves. Read More
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