Combining research on factors affecting BME-dependent cell invasion assay performance with the advantages of offering the assay in a format where the BME is already coated on the invasion plate, the 96 well CultreCoat optimized BME cell invasion assay was designed.
Thermo Fisher Scientific Inc. has introduced the Piko and Arktik Thermal Cyclers. These two Thermo Fisher Scientific PCR instruments meet the needs of a broad range of researchers, for applications covering individual PCRs through to high throughput projects.
Two Fold Software’s easy-to-use Qualoupe LIMS solution has been tailored to support the requirements of commercial contract research laboratories.
A consortium between Nuevolution, EpiTherapeutics, ExpreS2ion Biotechnologies and the research group of Professor Kristian Helin has been established with the objective of identifying and developing novel small molecule drugs against epigenetic factors.
Cisbio Bioassays, member of IBA Group and global provider of HTRF (homogenous time resolved fluorescence) technology and services to facilitate new drug discovery, announces the signing of a partnership with Blue Sky BioProducts.
Scientists have shown for the first time that the neurotransmitter serotonin uses a specialized signaling pathway to mediate biological functions that are distinct from the signaling pathways used by hallucinogenic substances.
Thanks to a discovery by a Saint Louis University researcher, scientists have identified an important microRNA that may allow us to better control cholesterol levels in blood.
Patients treated with Benicar in BeniVICTOR study experienced significantly greater blood pressure reductions and higher goal attainment rates than patients treated with Cozaar after 8 weeks.
Actelion Ltd announced that the U.S. Food and Drug Administration has approved additional in-use conditions for administration of Veletri, an improved formulation of epoprostenol.
Geron says GE Healthcare is now selling a human cardiomyocyte-based toxicology screening product the companies developed together.
An American and two Japanese scientists won the Nobel Prize in chemistry for finding new ways to bond carbon atoms together, methods now widely used to make medicines and even slimmed-down computer screens.
The Food and Drug Administration posted a warning letter on its website, outlining more than a half-dozen quality-control problems uncovered by inspectors on a routine visit to Gilead's San Dimas, Calif., facility.
Novartis AG said it will take a charge of $590 million during the third quarter as it discontinues development of a potential hepatitis C drug and an antifungal product.
A federal investigation into Allergan Inc.'s misleading marketing of its wrinkle-smoothing Botox medication is over after a judge in Georgia approved the pharmaceutical firm's decision to pay $600 million and plead guilty to misbranding the product.