Cytokine multiplex assays allow researchers to measure multiple cytokines, chemokines and growth factors from one small sample.
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A new Drug Target Review issue is now ready to download! This issue features articles which explore how artificial intelligence can enhance screening and ways to find new hits through simultaneous orthogonal screens. Also included are articles on CRISPR, immuno-oncology and RSV vaccines.
The pipetting robot, flowbot® ONE, is available with a HEPA filter to make clean-up processes easy and effective, enabling you to keep your samples safe.
Swedish researchers have designed synthetic DNA that controls a cells’ protein production using AI.
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Researchers have streamlined the traditionally slow process of enzyme engineering. This work might help researchers tailor the suitability of enzymes for custom purposes.
Researchers have used AI to design microneedle patches that restore hair in balding mice.
Translating complex, high-parameter immune data from clinical samples into actionable disease insights
1 November 2022 | By Standard BioTools
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A $1.2 million National Science Foundation grant funds project to use quantum AI to create effective pharmaceuticals faster and cheaper.
The technology works by using an electric field to first capture a single cell in a microfluidic device, followed by applying a rotating electric field to rotate the trapped cell and then measuring the rotation speed.
A new AI model can accelerate drug discovery by accurately predicting human response to novel drug compounds.
Dr Larysa Baraban, physicist at the Helmholtz-Zentrum Dresden-Rossendorf (HZDR) is researching a chip that should ultimately make it possible to develop personalised cancer immunotherapies.
The team from Hangzhou Dianzi University developed a three-dimensional-stacked multi-stage inertial microfluidic sort chip to enrich and separate CTCs.
Trinity College Dublin has developed a new technique that accurately determines the state of macrophages.
A study has proposed a new technique for modelling living cells at atomic resolution, which could be used to research human health.