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PBMCs as tools to investigate the causes of major human diseases

PBMCs as tools to investigate the causes of major human diseases Peripheral blood mononuclear cells (PBMC) are a mixed population of cells with single round nuclei. PBMCs are isolated by density centrifugation of human blood and can be further purified to isolate individual cell types such as natural killer cells, T cells, and B cells. In addition, PMBCs are […]

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Disease Modeling in a Dish: The Promise and Challenges of Stem Cell Research

From the earliest days of research on human disease scientists have envisioned the limitless potential of having access to cells with the ability to give rise to almost any type of cell. The study of the biology of such a “pluripotent” cell would yield insights into the processes that go awry in disease as well […]

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MipTec 2016

International Life Science Exhibition 2016 19 – 23 September 2016 / Switzerland, Basel

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Europe Biobank Week (ESBB)

Europe Biobank Week (ESBB) Sept.  13-16 2016 Vienna, Austria

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5th Cambridge Stem Cell International Symposium

5th Cambridge Stem Cell International Symposium 18th – 19th July 2016 Murray Edwards College, Cambridge, UK The 5th Cambridge Stem Cell International Symposium will be hosted by Dr Elisa Laurenti, Dr Paul Bertone and Professor Azim Surani. Keynote presentations     L-R: Professor Richard A. Young (Whitehead Institute / MIT); Professor Alexander van Oudenaarden (Hubrecht […]

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How the Mayo Clinic is employing automation to enhance sample management efficiency

World class clinical research institutions value their biological sample collections as strategic assets. They recognize the need for investing in efficient sample management systems for enhanced productivity. Learn how the Mayo Clinic is upgrading automation of its sample collection with state-of-the art technologies. Download the Poster Efficient management of collecting, storing, tracking, retrieving biological samples […]

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#FreezeFrameChallenge beneficiary highlight: Susan G. Komen ® Tissue Bank at the IU Simon Cancer Center

The Susan G. Komen ® Tissue Bank at the IU Simon Cancer Center is one-of-a-kind.  As the only biobank collecting healthy breast tissue from women with no evidence of breast cancer, for use as normal controls in breast cancer research, this biorepository is taking its place as a major piece in the breast cancer research […]

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Target ALS Foundation Selects RUCDR Infinite Biologics

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE  Target ALS Foundation Selects RUCDR Infinite Biologics The Rutgers-based biorepository will provide genomics support to ALS researchers in industry and academia. NEW BRUNSWICK, N.J. – The Target ALS Foundation has selected RUCDR Infinite Biologics to bank and distribute the foundation’s human stem cell lines for use by researchers in academia and industry […]

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#FreezeFrameChallenge beneficiary highlight: SU2C Catalyst

  Whether it has impacted your family, friends or co-workers, cancer is a disease that has touched every individual at some point in time. Today, researchers are learning more about the causes of cancer and we have greater knowledge about how to prevent or treat certain cancers. However, with the growth rate expected in cancer […]

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Welcome to BioStorage Technologies

Research samples are precious assets which are often difficult to collect and impossible to replace. How are your research samples being stored, managed and protected today to support your future research endeavors? It is important for bioscience companies to ensure they have the right people, processes and technology in place to support the advancement of […]

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