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Mentors are essential to career journeys
June 18, 2021 -- Regardless of your current professional status, supportive mentors are critical for helping you achieve your career goals, according to Michael Howell, PhD, chief scientific officer at DermTech. Howell recently spoke with ScienceBoard.net. Read More
Sciex releases new LC-MS device for low-level metabolite detection
June 18, 2021 -- Sciex has announced the release of ZenoTOF 7600, a new liquid chromatography-mass spectrometry (LC-MS)/MS instrument for low-level metabolite detection. Read More
Personalized cell therapies offer hope for some of the toughest cancers
June 17, 2021 -- Complete with a long-term vision of developing a pipeline of oncology therapies that modulate the functional immune system, Sotio of the Czech Republic is breaking into the world of autologous immuno-oncology therapies. The company's goal is to eventually become a prominent European pharmaceutical firm, according to Radek Špíšek, PhD, CEO and founding scientist of Sotio, who spoke with ScienceBoard.net in a recent interview. Read More
Danaher to acquire Aldevron in deal valued at $9.6B
June 17, 2021 -- Danaher announced it has signed a deal to buy DNA and messenger RNA manufacturer Aldevron for approximately $9.6 billion. Aldevron will operate as a standalone company in Danaher's Life Sciences business segment and is expected to boost Danaher's activities in genomic medicine. Read More
Mobilion launches Mobie mass spectrometer
June 17, 2021 -- Mobilion Systems has launched a high-resolution ion mobility mass spectrometry instrument called Mobie for biopharmaceutical drug development and workflows for monitoring critical quality attributes. Read More
New AI model could predict viral jumps from animals to humans
June 16, 2021 -- A new artificial intelligence (AI)-based computational model called SweetNet aimed at characterizing complex carbohydrates could help predict which viruses are likely to spread from animals to humans. The details of the research were published in Cell Reports on June 15. Read More
DNA Script launches benchtop DNA printer
June 16, 2021 -- DNA Script has launched Syntax, a benchtop DNA printer designed for molecular biology and genomics applications. The printer is designed to enable onsite synthesis of DNA oligonucleotides for use in genomics workflows. Read More
4D microscopy reveals how malaria parasite invades red blood cells
June 15, 2021 -- A state-of-the-art microscopy technique has allowed Australian researchers to view parasite invasions in 4D. Using this technology, the team was able to visualize molecular details of how the malaria parasite invades red blood cells. The research, published in Nature Communications on June 15, could have applications for the development of new antimalarial medicines. Read More
Collaboration targets new treatments for brain diseases
June 14, 2021 -- Developing more effective methods to deliver drugs across the blood-brain barrier is the goal of a new collaboration being led by the Wyss Institute for Biologically Inspired Engineering at Harvard University. Read More
How one mammalian DNA polymerase challenges the central dogma of biology
June 14, 2021 -- New research demonstrates how an unusual mammalian DNA polymerase can facilitate the conversion of RNA into DNA -- the opposite of normal polymerase function. The data, published in Science Advances on June 11, could challenge the central dogma of molecular biology that states that DNA makes RNA, which in turn makes proteins. Read More
NIH initiative tackles structural racism in biomedical research
June 14, 2021 -- A new framework to tackle structural racism was introduced by the U.S. National Institutes of Health (NIH) in a commentary published in the journal Cell on June 10. The initiative is an ambitious effort by the NIH to spur widespread, systematic changes across the biomedical research enterprise. Read More
How spatial biology can impact clinical translational research
June 11, 2021 -- 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
New study untangles how proteins ensure efficient DNA repair
June 10, 2021 -- Scientists have untangled the function of proteins that block normal DNA repair processes and may permit unwanted cancer cell growth. New research published in Molecular Cell on June 7 details how the XRCC1 molecular scaffold protein works in tandem with the poly(ADP-ribose) polymerase DNA break-detection protein to ensure that genetic errors are efficiently corrected. Read More
Waters debuts mass spectrometer with MRT technology
June 9, 2021 -- Waters has introduced its next-generation Select Series multireflecting time-of-flight (MRT) mass spectrometer. The new system is designed to provide high-quality resolution at fast speeds to improve the clarity of molecular structures and their location in tissues for applications in spatial omics. Read More
A new way to account for evolution in engineered biological systems
June 9, 2021 -- A defining characteristic of biology is that life evolves. Traditional biological engineering views an engineered product as a final destination in the design process. However, the authors of a perspective piece published in Nature Communications on June 7 believe that a new perspective is needed for engineering of biological systems -- one that takes into consideration how a biosystem will continue to evolve over time. Read More
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