Novel approaches to brain disorder diagnosis and treatment may be developed following a project to form a map of the mouse hippocampus.
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Dr William Schafer, of the MRC Laboratory of Molecular Biology, focuses on the cellular and molecular mechanisms of behaviour, which is one of the fundamental problems of biology. Schafer and his colleagues have studied the nematode Caenorhabditis elegans, using a variety of approaches such as optogenetic neuroimaging and high content…
New imaging technology called fluorescence lifetime (FLT) imaging improves the accuracy of cancer surgery for multiple tumour types.
Advancements in enzyme-activated near-infrared fluorescent probes hold promise for evaluating responses to enzyme-targeting therapies.
4 October 2023 | By Halo Labs
Join us to learn about the importance of subvisible particle characterisation for better product stability, ensuring patient safety from early-phase development through USP 788 lot release testing.
Activation of the Hedgehog signalling pathway through cilia holds promise for promoting cartilage repair and overcoming growth plate injuries.
Bridging the gap: using organ-on-a-chip as an experimental tool to develop (cost) effective therapeutics
25 July 2023 | By CN Bio
The webinar will explore primary concerns in drug discovery development and why drugs fail.
Swedish study reveals a significant link between specific gut bacteria and the development of coronary atherosclerotic plaques, a leading cause of heart attacks.
Japanese study has identified three previously unknown membrane proteins in ovarian cancer, using a new detection method consisting of nanotechnology and imaging techniques.
Local gyrification index, which measures cortical folding in the brain, could be a novel neuroimaging marker for major depressive disorder.
US researchers studying the brain’s auditory lexicon find implications for stroke survivors and others with brain disorders.
More than just a microscope: how advanced imaging modalities can take your pharmaceutical research to the next level
When you think of microscopy for drug discovery, you may picture images of fixed cells or histologically stained sections of biopsies, collected long after a drug has taken effect. Instead, imagine watching drug responses in real time in whole living animals, visualising drug delivery vehicles at nanoscale and removing the…
Cane toad breathing monitored using ‘photonic radar’ at millimetre scale acts as proof of principle for human health detection in clinical environments