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Free Guide to Solvent Evaporation
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The CRISPR/Cas9 system has rapidly become a leading method for genome editing. Faster and more efficient than other methods, the system is continually being improved. This entry informs researchers on the latest developments and highlight the potential of this evolving technology. Bringing together the latest information on CRISPR/Cas9, the piece links through to resources that cover the many advantages over other methods such as...
Organoids are organ-like structures that can be formed by 3D cell culture and differentiation of stem cells or organ progenitors. Organoids are capable of recapitulating aspects of organ function in in vitro. The current research and therapeutic potential of organoids include organogenesis models, drug testing, tumor / disease models, toxicity screening, personalised medicine and regenerative medicine / organ replacement. BME 2 reduced growth...
The new booklet focuses on how to assess the economic benefits that a powder tester can deliver and explains how these may vary considerably depending on the instrumentation selected. All three guides, including, ‘An Introduction to Powders’ and ‘Choosing a Powder Tester’, are written in an easy to understand, straightforward style and are now available for download at http://www.freemantech.co.uk/_ebook/. The new guide addresses...
This guideline describes four requirements for managing laboratory processes and provides suggestions for effectively meeting regulatory and accreditation requirements, optimizing efficient use of resources, and contributing to patient safety and positive outcomes. This new document outlines Process Management, one of the 12 quality system essentials (QSEs) described in CLSI document QMS01, which defines a structured approach to...
This report addresses topics relating to clinical applications, amplified and nonamplified nucleic acid methods, selection and qualification of nucleic acid sequences, establishment and evaluation of test performance characteristics, inhibitors, and interfering substances, controlling false-positive reactions, reporting and interpretation of results, quality assurance, regulatory issues, and recommendations for manufacturers and clinical laboratories...
This document is intended to aid the laboratorian in developing appropriate procedures for the use of mass spectrometry in the measurement of androgens and estrogens. C57 provides details specific to androgen and estrogen measurement procedures with respect to preexamination (preanalytical) considerations, mass spectrometry (MS) technologies, measurement procedure and run validation, as well as postexamination...
Solvent removal by evaporation is an essential process for sample preparation. Many sample formats and solvents are used with no single technique providing a universal solutions. Despite the variety if specifics evaporation is well-understood and relatively uncomplicated. But while it’s vital to so many applications it’s rare to find an evaporation expert in a laboratory, and many facilities use systems that are slow and cumbersome simply because they have always been used....
Researchers and engineers are using FLIR research grade thermal imaging cameras every day to solve challenges that are difficult by other means, or to improve on, or replace time consuming techniques like IR thermocouples. Thermal imaging cameras provide non-contact temperature measurement, image through some materials or make the invisible visible using spectral filtering, capture high speed thermal events, synchronize...
After a time, depending on the environment in which coated optics are used, they may become contaminated with dust or stained. Dust and stains can cause scattering, and impurities on the surface of the optics can react with incident light resulting in damage to the optical coating.Starting from the premise “If it’s not dirty don’t clean it” the new guide describes a simple to follow 5-step progressive process for cleaning coated optics in a clean, low dust environment...
This guide converts the requirement complexities of US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) regulations into plain language, offering intuitive assistance on how to conform to the Quality System Regulation (QSReg), 21 CFR 820, when creating laboratory-developed tests (LDTs). This CLSI practical guide can help laboratorians learn how to address the new demands, beyond the Clinical Laboratory Improvement Amendments...
Research & Case Studies
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NIOSH utilizes mass spectrometry imaging tools for workplace toxin inhalation studies
Technology Helps Unlock Secrets of Rare Bacteria
Bringing Biotechnology to the Public
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