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BMG LABTECH GmbH, Germany

BMG LABTECH offers high-end plate reader solutions for drug discovery and HTS. The plate readers provides best sensitivity, best flexibility and reliability. The integration of these microplate readers into robotic systems is easy; especially for the robot integration in high throughput screening (H more

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Direct PCR-based identification of bacteraemia and fungaemia in antibiotic-treated patients

Using CE IVD SepsiTest™ highly enriched microbial DNA is provided to universal PCR analysis. This results in ultra-sensitive pathogen identification more

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  • The genetic transmission of gene locks

    Although all cells in an organism contain the same genes, only some of the genes are activated in a given cells and others remain inactive. Genes coil around histone proteins in the form of DNA threads. If a gene has to remain inactive, its histones are marked by the PRC2 enzyme so that this gene is more

  • New driver, target in advanced mucosal melanoma

    Not all melanomas are created equal. While most melanomas appear on the skin as the result of sun exposure, a small subset of melanomas arise spontaneously from mucosal tissues. And while targeted treatments and immunotherapies have dramatically improved the prognosis for many patients with sun-asso more

  • In battle for real estate, a disordered protein wins out

    Research findings that first had scientists scratching their heads have turned out to be "quite revolutionary," according to study leaders at The Scripps Research Institute (TSRI). The scientists found that in a competition between two apparently equivalent proteins, one protein wins out every time more

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ENCODE: Encyclopedia of DNA Elements

Ewan Birney of EMBL-EBI, Tim Hubbard of the Wellcome Trust Sanger Institute and Roderic Guigo of CRG talk about ENCODE, an international project which revealed that much of what has been called 'junk DNA' in the human genome is actually a massive control panel with millions of switches regulatin ... more

What is Epigenetics?

Why your DNA is not your destiny. Molecular biologist Nessa Carey presents an introduction to epigenetics and explains how it shapes life.DNA is a vitally important starting point for life, but it's how it's used by cells and organisms that is really important. Epigenetics is a rapidly moving fi ... more

Quantum Life: How Physics Can Revolutionise Biology

In this Friday Evening Discourse at the Royal Institution, Professor Jim Al-Khalili explores how the mysteries of quantum theory might be observable at the biological level. Although many examples can be found in the scientific literature dating back half a century, there is still no widespread ... more

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Course
08-05 – 19-05
2017
Cambridge, GB

Computational Molecular Evolution

The need for phylogenetic comparisons of molecular sequences has been increasing steadily with the explosive growth of genomic sequence data. Estimation of species phylogenies and species divergence times, inference of population demographic processes and migration patterns, and delineation of spec

Course
08-05 – 19-05
2017
Cambridge, GB

Computational Molecular Evolution

The need for phylogenetic comparisons of molecular sequences has been increasing steadily with the explosive growth of genomic sequence data. Estimation of species phylogenies and species divergence times, inference of population demographic processes and migration patterns, and delineation of speci

Conference
03-07 – 04-07
2017
Vienna, AT

Plant Genome Editing & Genome Engineering

Welcome to the International Conference “Plant Genome Editing & Genome Engineering”! Genome Editing and Genome Engineering are revolutionizing Life Sciences and Plant Biotechnology that seek to develop new technologies for the precise manipulation of genes and genomes in cellula and in vivo. In addi

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Pax genes

Pax genes Paired box (Pax) gene s are a family of tissue specific transcription factors containing a PAIRED domain and usually a partial or complete homeodomain. An octapeptide may also be present. Pax protein s are important in early animal de ... more

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