The advantages of detection of oxidative stress by high content analysis.
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An assay is an analytical procedure in laboratory medicine, pharmacology and molecular biology for measuring the activity of a target entity.
Cell death is a process that occurs as both a part of normal tissue homeostasis and can be aberrantly regulated in some disease states, specifically cancer.
31 July 2019 | By Fluidic Analytics
Join us as we discuss the latest data from the literature and application studies where diffusional sizing (MDS) is used to assess a variety of protein interactions – even of difficult targets.
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Prediction of Aggregation Propensity and Monitoring of Aggregation of Antibody-Drug Conjugates (ADC).
Unique considerations surrounding the bureaucracy and oversight in the use of human biospecimens in the European Union.
High content data derived for complex immuno-oncology research facilitates a deeper understanding of the tissue microenvironment.
The potential of three-dimensional cell culture models is now well-recognised by scientists; however, there are still some challenges. Margaritha Mysior and Jeremy Simpson address some of the common challenges of working with spheroids and organoid models – including how they are developed and how to obtain high-resolution, high-content images and…
Scientists from LifeArc, an independent medical research charity in the UK, explain how they’re using the latest imaging technologies to progress drug discovery campaigns and identify the most promising candidates for antibody-based therapies.
Native mass spectrometry has the potential to be a fast, simple, highly sensitive and automatable technique for compound screening in drug design and discovery. In this article, Rod Chalk and Nicola Burgess-Brown discuss the key attributes of native mass spectrometry and reasons why it is not yet widely employed.
Application note: Detection of anti-drug antibody (ADA) using single molecule counting (SMCTM) technology
All biological therapeutics have the potential to induce an immunemediated response ranging from benign to severe adverse effects.