New research, using cutting-edge cryo-electron microscopy (cryo-EM), has revealed key insights into a vital DNA repair process, which is implicated in resistance to cancer treatments.
OGT, a Sysmex Group company, has unveiled a brand refresh and new integrated website that reaffirms and pledges its commitment to delivering partnership, innovation and expertise to scientists and clinical decision-makers worldwide.
CliniSys Group has created a single brand for its businesses in the UK and Europe, with a refreshed logo and a new website.
Proscia and Unilabs have established a strategic partnership to accelerate the adoption of artificial intelligence (AI) in routine pathology practice.
HORIBA UK has reinforced its provision to academia by launching a new dedicated resource centre on its website. This is part of the company’s ongoing commitment to fully support scientists involved in academic research and innovation.
HORIBA UK, Medical has launched its new-look blood cell morphology-focused newsletter, which draws on and shares HORIBA Medical’s haematology expertise with a broad audience.
Thermo Fisher Scientific has expanded its Thermo Scientific General Purpose Pro Centrifuge Series with the addition of two new models designed to enhance sample safety and reproducibility, improve ergonomics and reduce noise levels.
PCR Biosystems, a UK-based specialist in DNA and RNA analysis, has launched a range of IsoFast Bst Polymerase reagents for rapid, robust and sensitive DNA and RNA amplification.
INTEGRA Biosciences’ VOYAGER adjustable tip-spacing pipette is routinely used to combat the challenges associated with repetitive pipetting tasks in molecular biology. These workflows often consist of lengthy, multistep protocols.
EKF Diagnostics has announced the global launch of its STAT-Site WB handheld analyser, which delivers β-ketone and glucose measurements from whole blood in seconds, making it ideal for professional use to manage diabetes patients.
Lunaphore has created a microfluidic chip technology that aims to accelerate cancer research by shortening research timeframes and providing easy-to-use technology so that laboratories can perform sophisticated assays.
A new study co-funded by several universities and foundations in China, published in Vox Sanguinis, looks at the risk to blood transfusion department employees during the current pandemic.