The clinical community has seen some remarkable developments over the past month. Get up to date by reading our biggest news stories on mitochondrial disease research, AI technology for cancer diagnostics, and tracking calcium flow in the heart. Improve your methods by downloading our most popular application notes and watch our latest video interview to hear about the importance of mass spectrometry for biomedical research. Looking to buy automated technology for your clinical lab? Download our eBook to guide your purchasing decisions.
Discover which technologies are advancing research into rare mitochondrial disease and have enabled researchers to carry out groundbreaking genetic editing to create three-person babies, in an attempt to eliminate mitochrondrial genetic disorders in infants.
Find out about the revolutionary new artificial intelligence technology that has been able to predict the prognosis and most effective treatments for patients with ovarian cancer more accurately than current methods, paving the way for personalized medicine.
Learn how Oxford University researchers have been able to visualize the flow of calcium that makes the heartbeat, by utilizing a protein originally found in marine corals. The technique has been used to identify genetic mutations that contribute to a heart disease called hypertrophic cardiomyopathy.
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Discover how ModiQuest Research, a company specializing in the generation of monoclonal antibodies against difficult target antigens, streamlines its antibody discovery and development by using one intelligent piece of technology – the Intellicyt® iQue Screener.
Find out how hematological inflammation parameters obtained from a routine blood count on Sysmex’s XN-Series analyzers can provide quantitative information about the inflammatory reaction of the patient’s immune system.
Hear from the biomedical experts at Vanderbilt University Medical Center to understand how mass spectrometry impacts biomedical research by providing analytical rigor not achievable with immunoaffinity technologies.
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