The decisions you make about your biologics candidates early in the pipeline ultimately affect their success as therapeutics. Combine sizing and stability information to develop successful biologics.
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This video reviews the uses and advantages of reporter cell lines in the context of cellular research and drug discovery.
Learning about the mitochondrial role in a neurodegenerative disorder.
Using Agilent Seahorse XF technology with the XF Mito Tox Assay allows for streamlined, reliable identification of mitochondrial toxicants.
Watch Dr David Rimm from the Yale School of Medicine talk about his recent work and take on the future of multiplex spatial profiling of the TME.
Join Malvern Panalytical for a 15-minute webinar to learn about ex vivo inflammasome slice assays for neuroinflammation discovery.
Discover key target cells for immunotherapy, how cells and processes can be assessed in vitro and approaches for selecting the most appropriate assay.
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.
Discover everything pharmaceutical scientists need to know about solid form characterisation, starting with API selection.
Dr. Stokes, Associate Director Proteomics, discusses how proteomic studies can increase effectiveness, speed of target and biomarker identification.
Discover how Malvern Panalytical’s combination of analytical instrumentation and research services can take particle size analysis to the next level.
Discover how a plasmid DNA manufacturing platform process is helpful from preclinical studies to scaling production for late-stage and commercial needs.
The pipetting robot, flowbot® ONE, is available with UV light to make clean-up processes easy and effective, enabling you to keep your samples safe.
Check out our library of NGS-related webinars from global researchers and industry professionals to explore possibilities with our Biomek automated workstations and Echo acoustic liquid handlers.
Droplet Digital PCR (ddPCR) offers greater accuracy and precision in quantifying viral titer in gene therapies.