29/10/15: Free eBook: Detect Nucleic Acids and Proteins Like a Pro

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26/10/15: Performance of a LAMP assay targeting the apicoplast genome for malaria diagnosis in a field setting

I recently found this article, “Diagnostic performance of a novel loop-mediated isothermal amplification (LAMP) assay targeting the apicoplast genome for malaria diagnosis in a field setting in sub-Saharan Africa,” Oriero et al., Malaria Journal 2015, 14:396. To my mind, the biggest thing missing here is the use of a portable instrument, such as the Genie II or Genie…

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26/10/15: Performance of a LAMP assay targeting the apicoplast genome for malaria diagnosis in a field setting

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18/09/15: ImageXpress® Micro Confocal High-Content Imaging System

Molecular Devices will be presenting their new ImageXpress® Micro Confocal  High-Content Imaging System at MIPTEC 2015. You, however, can also get a preview of the instrument here (video, technical content). It sounds pretty amazing: the ImageXpress® Ultra Confocal High Content Screening System is a true point-scanning confocal imaging system for live cell or fixed samples on slides…

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11/09/15: SpectraMax i3x – the multi-mode microplate reader that evolves with your future needs

When is a microplate reader not just a microplate reader? When it is the SpectraMax i3x from Molecular Devices. Yes, it can read microplates. But did you know that it can be instantly upgraded to new measurement capabilities, can scan Western Blots and imaging cytometry? Check out the video below: [youtube]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4oA0QSZhRC4[/youtube] Contact You Do Bio…

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03/09/15: Development of a Cav1.3 channel assay using optogenetic methods

Cav1.3 is an L-type voltage-gated calcium channel and an important therapeutic target for drug discovery. There is a growing demand for the development of high-throughput assays to evaluate channel blockers under different states, as this likely provides highly-desired selectivity for pathologically over-activated Cav1.3 channels. However, current screening methodologies for this channel have significant limitations. Molecular…

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