The ins and outs of lab-developed tests.
Induced pluripotent stem cells (iPSCs) have turned the market for assay-worthy cells on its head.
Early phase drug discovery research requires the highest level of accurate and reproducible testing in order to give you the proof to move confidently forward
Cell culture media fuel modern life sciences research. Whether the objective is cell-based assays, antibody production, or virus replication, the medium is a make-or-break component
To quantify nucleic acids, DNA, or RNA, scientists often use the quantitative polymerase chain reaction (qPCR)
Southern Research announced a new test that can be used by researchers worldwide to detect the virus in infected cell cultures
Solution could reduce wait times to a fraction of what they once were
Cell-based assays have become the go-to technology for pharmaceutical, environmental, and toxicology labs. Cells are far less costly to maintain than test animals and don’t involve the ethical considerations. But the complexity of cell-based assays compared with chemical or biochemical assays presents distinct challenges to laboratory managers.
Leading provider of ultrasensitive single molecule measurement technology expands lab and opens a call for proposals to stimulate local innovation.