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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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Estimating BSA Aggregation Kinetics with Dynamic Light Scattering and Raman Spectroscopy
| By Malvern Instruments
Towards a unified biophysical characterization platform: Combining dynamic light scattering and Raman spectroscopy*.
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An Introduction to DLS Microrheology
| By Malvern Instruments
Microrheology techniques involve tracking the motion of dispersed probe (or tracer) particles in a complex fluid, to extract local and bulk rheological properties of the matrix. Analogous to mechanical rheometry techniques, a stress is applied to the system by motion of the probe particle, and the deformation (or strain) is measured through changes in the probe particle position.
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A Basic Guide to Particle Characterization
| By Malvern Instruments
The aim of this guide is to provide a basic grounding in the main particle characterization techniques currently in use within industry and academia. It assumes no prior knowledge of particle characterization theory or instrumentation and is ideal for those new to particle characterization, or those wishing to reinforce their knowledge in the field. The guide covers introductory basics, particle sizing theory and particle characterization instrumentation, as well as a quick reference guide to help you decide which techniques might be most appropriate for your particle characterization needs. It is not inclusive of all particle characterization techniques; more information can be found at www.malvern.com.
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Characterization of Protein-Protein Interactions using Triple Detection Size Exclusion Chromatography (SEC-TD)
The ability of proteins to form ordered, structured complexes is central to their biological function. Such complexes, which can be homo-oligomers or heterooligomers, can control different attributes such as activity, stability and localization. Understanding how these complexes form, and the controlling mechanism behind them, is fundamental to our knowledge of protein signaling pathways and the physiological responses they control.
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Comparing the Rheology and Particle Size of Smoothies Made with Different Blenders
Smoothies have been around for the best part of a century although it was not until the development, commercialization and evolution of the blender between 1920 and 1950 that home-made smoothies (in the modern sense) became possible. Their popularity was further accelerated by the health food movement of the 1960’s and more recently the commercialization of dedicated smoothie makers, combined with a trend towards natural and nutritious foods.
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Evaluating Product Spreading Characteristics on a Rotational Rheometer Using the Power Law Model
The rheological properties of a product can influence how it is visually and texturally perceived by a consumer and how it is likely to behave during product use. For example very shear thinning materials will be highly responsive to changes in applied stress while Newtonian materials will show much lesser dependence. Such a response is important when considering the ease of spreading or ‘spread-ability’.
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Woodley Equipment Exhibiting at DIA EuroMeeting 2016 Hamburg
Woodley Equipment Clinical Trials Division is exhibiting at the 28th DIA EuroMeeting taking place at the Congress Centre, Hamburg from Wednesday 6th April to Friday 8th April 2016.
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Woodley Equipment Company Exhibiting at Outsourcing in Clinical Trials South East
Woodley Equipment is exhibiting at Outsourcing in Clinical Trials South East. The event is taking place at the Embassy Suites Hotel, Raleigh, North Carolina on 15 and 16th March 2016. Please visit us at Booth #30 where we will be showcasing a variety of laboratory and medical equipment available for both rental and purchase, including Centrifuges, Infusion Pumps and a range of Point of Care equipment.
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