Arrayjet’s high-speed microarray printers harness patented, non-contact inkjet technology for printing multiplex array-based assays onto slides, point-of-care devices, biochips, and microplates.
A flurry of new products has launched to meet the needs for single particle imaging in materials science and biomedical applications
Bio-Rad Laboratories launches four inhibitory antibodies that are highly specific to pertuzumab. These ready-made antibodies inhibit the binding of the drug to its target, human epidermal growth factor 2 (HER2), enabling researchers to develop highly selective and sensitive assays for bioanalysis and drug monitoring of pertuzumab and its biosimilars.
New SamuxMP mass photometer dramatically improves the time and cost efficiency of AAV characterization. The instrument has a mass range tailored for AAV analysis and provides accurate results in less than five minutes from sample loading to final result.
New research shows the potential for immunoassay improvements and alternatives in the near future, while new products are here to save you time in the lab right now.
As SARS-CoV-2 virus shifts strategies, new products and technologies step up to the challenge
Two recent breakthroughs push the limits of resolution even further than before, enabling our ability to view single-molecule interactions and single cell activities in live cells with unprecedented detail.
From virus detection to bloodborne pathogen screening, mass spec has proven invaluable for a wide variety of applications. Here we look at a few new compact and capable solutions, as well as the concepts these technologies are based upon.
2021 looks to be a year of significant growth and innovation in the HPLC and LC-MS fields. Here are a few early developments in the new year.
Adaptability and efficiency make beadbeating the ideal cell disruption technique in modern research labs
The world of microscopy has a rich and vivid history -- two recent breakthroughs shine even greater light on an already brilliant field of view.
The Emerging Trends in Infectious Disease Interactive Infographic is a living resource -- this post serves as a chronology of the infographic, citing ongoing developments in the areas of: Detection and Containment, Diagnosis and Treatment, Laboratory Equipment, and Prevention and Surveillance.
Here we offer a snapshot of the range and depth of technologies on display at this year's conference. We also take a moment to highlight an innovative product designed to address a common pain point in clinical medicine.