New data from high-resolution imaging has revealed the origin of circulatory system during development, a discovery that could help advance therapeutics for various vasculature-related pathologies.
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Episode 8 – 3D imaging with Hilary Sherman, Corning Life Sciences & Dr Oksana Sirenko, Molecular Devices
In this episode, experts explore the benefits of 3D imaging and the important considerations for organoid workflows in research and drug development.
The ImageXpress Confocal HT.ai High-Content Imaging System combines premium hardware technology with a self-learning software analysis workflow for increased signal and ultra-fast 3D organoid screening.
Columbia-led team wins research grant to create fundamentally new maps that will chart cell diversity throughout the brains of humans.
Bulletin: Utilising the multiparameter capability of the Ze5 Cell Analyser to monitor T cell exhaustion and effects of immunotherapy
Read this bulletin to learn about a Bio-Rad study where they developed and tested a 16-parameter flow cytometry panel applicable to the interrogation of a range of biologically relevant markers of T cell activation.
Improving processes in the lab can enable researchers to spend their time on other tasks and increase the accuracy of their findings, including when imaging. In this Q&A, Dr Hari Shroff from the US National Institutes of Health (NIH) discusses his recent study, published in Nature where confocal microscopy was…
In this issue are articles on the development of mRNA vaccines against latent viruses, how memory B cell antibody-based treatments can help to fight cancer and the potential of AI in drug discovery. Also included are pieces on biotherapeutics, immuno-oncology and assays.
Researchers have developed a new imaging approach that can capture blood vessel images at different spatial scales.
Scientists have demonstrated how automated, high-throughput life science experiments can be replicated on a modest budget.
Researchers have successfully generated organoids in suspension, offering the possibility of larger-scale experiments to study human development and disease.
Image-based, quantitative approaches to study SARS-CoV-2 cell entry and infection: looking for the Achilles’ heel of virus infection
21 February 2022 | By Yokogawa Deutschland GmbH
Watch our free on-demand webinar to discover how fully automated imaging and image analysis can provide the unprecedented possibility to follow single viral particles, including for SARS-CoV-2.
A molecular cage, developed for use during cryo-EM, has provided researchers with new insights into a key cancer protein.
The length of time that drug molecules attach to their target protein varies greatly and impacts the protein’s behaviour and drug efficacy. In a new study, scientists in Finland have identified some causal factors for this variance, with the hope it will bring clarity for drug developers.
Using cryo-electron microscopy, researchers have completed the world’s first molecular analysis of the SARS-CoV-2 Omicron spike protein.
A new study in the US has used a computer model to reveal the mechanism of action of lipoprotein-associated phospholipase A2 – a biomarker for cardiovascular disease.