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Cepheid, pharma firms collaborate on diagnostic test for multidrug-resistant bacterial infections By PBR Staff Writer
Cepheid has entered into a new collaboration with AstraZeneca, Cubist and GSK to encourage transformational change in infectious disease therapy.
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BioLight announces start of clinical study with DiagnosTear dry eye syndrome diagnostic assay BioLight Life Sciences Investments announced that DiagnosTear has received all necessary approvals from Sheba Medical Center near Tel Aviv to begin a clinical study with its TeaRx, point-of-care Dry Eye Syndrome diagnostic assay. DiagnosTear is part of BioLight’s XLVision Sciences ophthalmology cluster.
Automation > Laboratory Instrumentation > News Hepregen launches first application-oriented in vitro kit By PBR Staff Writer
Bioengineered micro-liver platforms developer Hepregen has launched its first application-oriented in vitro kit, called Human HepatoPac, for identification and profiling of drug metabolites.
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The new Zetasizer AT – Automated Online Nanoparticle Sizing For Process Monitoring
Malvern Instruments has launched the new Zetasizer AT, a robust, online, automated analyzer that uses dynamic light scattering (DLS) to automatically measure the size of nanoparticles in suspensions and emulsions.
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Protein Storage and Stability Analysis Using the Zetasizer Nano ZSP
| By Malvern Instruments
Spidroins are a unique family of large, structural proteins that make up the bulk of spider silk fibres. The mechanical strength and elasticity of spider silk fibres have led to their successful use in the regeneration of peripheral nerves in rats [1], with the same properties giving the potential for use in a wide range of other applications [2,3,4]. The production of these proteins on an industrial scale, however, has only become possible fairly recently.
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Using Differential Scanning Calorimetry to Inform and Accelerate Process Development for Protein Therapeutics
| By Malvern Instruments
The production and purification of immunoglobulins of the gamma isotype, particularly human IgG1, for diagnostic or therapeutic applications is now fairly routine. In the past decade IgE-based therapeutics have also gained momentum (1-3). IgE is important for host defense against parasites and for protective inflammation. Yet, IgE-mediated signaling through its receptors is also a focal point of inflammatory allergic disease (4). The constant region of IgE, is a homodimer containing duplicate pairs of three unique Ig-fold domains (Cε2, Cε3, and Cε4), and is responsible for binding its two receptors, FcεRI and CD23, also known as FcεRII.
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Using Differential Scanning Calorimetry to Inform and Accelerate Process Development for Protein Therapeutics
| By Malvern Instruments
The production and purification of immunoglobulins of the gamma isotype, particularly human IgG1, for diagnostic or therapeutic applications is now fairly routine. In the past decade IgE-based therapeutics have also gained momentum (1-3). IgE is important for host defense against parasites and for protective inflammation. Yet, IgE-mediated signaling through its receptors is also a focal point of inflammatory allergic disease (4). The constant region of IgE, is a homodimer containing duplicate pairs of three unique Ig-fold domains (Cε2, Cε3, and Cε4), and is responsible for binding its two receptors, FcεRI and CD23, also known as FcεRII.
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Evaluating Product Texture Using Oscillatory Testing on a Rotational Rheometer
| By Malvern Instruments
Formulating products to have both the correct functional and sensory attributes can be a difficult task. The latter in particular relies heavily on user feedback which can take considerable time and effort to attain. In addition it is not always easy to interpret such feedback in the context of material properties and hence rheological data.
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Clinical Trials Equipment Supplier Woodley Equipment Exhibiting at Outsourcing in Clinical Trials East Coast 2016
Woodley Equipment Company Limited is exhibiting at Outsourcing in Clinical Trials East Coast 2016 Booth #66. The event is taking place on 25th – 26th May 2016 at the Valley Forge Convention Center, King of Prussia, PA, USA.
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Sanitary Sifter Optimises Quality and Production in Pharmaceutical and Dietary Supplement Company
When Enzymatic Therapy stopped outsourcing and built its own FDA-approved manufacturing facility, the goal was to improve product quality, streamline production, and ramp up sales growth. A crucial step was selecting the right pharmaceutical sieving equipment to remove any agglomerates, oversize particles or contaminants from incoming raw dry materials.
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SHL at the 2016 Prefillied Syringes Seminar Tokyo
SHL is glad to announce that it is going to participate in the Prefilled Syringe Seminar 2016 Tokyo, organized by PDA Japan Chapter. The seminar will take place at Sola City Conference Center on 17-18 of May 2016.
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MATRIX-MG Series – Setting New Standards for FTIR Based Gas Analyzers
The MATRIX-MG Series from Bruker features high-performance Gas Analyzers for the fully automated, high precision and real-time monitoring of gas compositions based on infrared spectroscopy. The target gas is analyzed inside a gas cell which is available with different optical path lengths of 10 cm (MATRIX-MG01), 2 m (MG2), respectively 5 m (MG5) to cover a very broad range of applications. The identification and quantification of the gas compounds is performed by the comprehensive software package OPUS GA (Gas Analysis). It allows the quantification of more than 400 compounds without the need to perform gas calibrations. The patented design of the 5m multi-reflection gas cell is especially optimized for fast gas exchange, which allows for analysing dynamic processes, like the exhausts of combustion engines.
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