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Issue #3 2017


Flow cytometry – accelerating neuroscience research

18 September 2017 | By

Flow cytometry continues to evolve at a fast pace and provides neuroscientists with the ability to perform many highly-specialised assays simultaneously. It meets the demands of cutting-edge research in neuroscience that has allowed researchers to isolate particular neural cells from heterogeneous population and catalogue its molecular or physical features...

Expert view: Innovations in 3D

15 September 2017 | By

Physiologically relevant models to evaluate the effects of drug candidates early in the drug discovery and development process are becoming increasingly important to develop. Various 3D cell/tissue models have emerged offering relevant environment for ex vivo assays, but significant progress is required to streamline and automate the end-to-end workflow. Several…

NGS In-Depth Focus 2017

12 September 2017 | By

Next-generation sequencing is a crucial part of the scientist's toolkit. This in-depth focus compares the strengths and weaknesses of a range of NGS technologies and examines the benefits and challenges of using it in infectious disease diagnosis...

Expert view: Overcoming NGS obstacles

12 September 2017 | By

Using next-generation sequencing techniques enables pharmaceutical companies to explore the molecular landscape of disease initiation and progression with unprecedented clarity. Dr Sam Rulli, Product Manager at QIAGEN, provides his insight into the major challenges researchers face...

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