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SIRION BIOTECH GmbH, Germany

SIRION Biotech is Europe's leading commercial supplier of viral vectors used for genetic cell modelling, gene target validation and gene therapy- and vaccination studies. Since its foundation in 2007, SIRION’s mission has been to change the paradigm for viral vector supplies. It has the ability to more

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HIV Blot 2.2 Western Blot Assay - HIV Confirmation Test

HIV Blot 2.2 is an enzyme immunoassay for the in-vitro detection of antibodies to HIV in human serum or plasma. It is intended as a specific confirmation test. more

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  • HIV spreads like internet malware and should be treated earlier

    A new model for HIV progression finds that it spreads in a similar way to some computer worms and predicts that early treatment is key to staving off AIDS.HIV specialists and network security experts at UCL noticed that the spread of HIV through the body using two methods - via the bloodstream and d more

  • Stanford-led study finds limited mutations involved in transmission of drug-resistant HIV

    In the largest study of its kind to date, researchers at Stanford University School of Medicine and their colleagues have found that worldwide only a limited number of mutations are responsible for most cases of transmission of drug-resistant HIV. HIV, the virus that causes AIDS, can mutate in the p more

  • Trapping and watching motile cells

    Optical imaging of highly motile cells or cells in suspension, such as bacterial systems, yeast cells, and immune cells, is a challenging task, in many cases it is just not possible. The human immunodeficiency virus (HIV), for example, can spread very efficiently from an infected T cell to an uninfe more

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  • Real-time and Dynamic Monitoring of Virus-mediated Cytopathogenicity

    To understand overall infectivity, virus progression and disease onset it is important to perform a detailed examination of cytopathic effects. Depending on the type of viruses and cells, different cytopathic effects might be observed dependent on the timepoint of infection (e.g., during the growth or stationary phase) and the amount of virus used. One of the most common methods for measuring lysogenic/lytic activity of viruses is the plaque test [1]. In this assay culture plates with confluent cells that are sensitive towards the specific virus type/strain are used. Lytic activity of a virus is detected by macroscopic analysis of plaques in a confluent cell layer after staining (e.g., with crystal violet). This technique is an end-point assay and it is well-suited to determine viral titers; however, it provides no information about the onset of cytopathic effects and kinetics of the viral replication. Moreover, infection with a number of viruses (e.g., attenuated mutants) leads to the formation of small and more

  • The New MagNA Pure 96 DNA and Viral NA Kits: Maximal Speed Combined with High Recovery

    The MagNA Pure 96 System is a brand-new system recently introduced to the market: it is a fully automated, ultra-fast system for high-throughput isolation of high- quality nucleic acids from various sample types that can handle sample volumes of up t more

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  • HIV / AIDS – Pipeline Review, H1 2012

    Introduction Global Markets Direct’s, 'HIV / AIDS - Pipeline Review, H1 2012', provides an overview of the HIV / AIDS therapeutic pipeline. This report provides information on the therapeutic development for HIV / AIDS, complete with latest updates, and special features on late-stage and discontin more

  • HIV-AIDS Testing Markets

    There are an estimated 33.3 million people living with HIV (the virus which causes AIDS) worldwide and approximately 2.6 million people are newly-infected each year. While the Asian and African regions account for more than 90% of the HIV-infected population (with the highest number in Sub-Saharan A more

  • iBio, Inc. (NYSE ) - Financial and Strategic SWOT Analysis Review

    iBio, Inc. (iBio, formerly iBioPharma, Inc.) is a biotechnology company, engaged in the development of vaccines and therapeutic proteins based on its plant-based iBioLaunch platform technology, which is used in the manufacture of biopharmaceuticals. Its products include influenza vaccines, biodefenc more

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PCR molecular biology reagents kits for human veterinary and food diagnostics - Sacace Biotechnologi

Home page Add Bookmark ? About Us Our Products Real Time Real Time PCR Kits HIV and HIV Associated Infections Kits Hepatitis Viruses Kits Human Papilloma Viruses Kits Sexually Transmitted Infections Kits Herpes Viruses Kits TORCH Complex Kits Respiratory Infections Kits Neurological Infections Kits more

Alios: Technology

Home About Us Overview Management Team Board of Directors Scientific Advisory Board Assay Development, Biochem Technology Activators of innate immunity Phosphate Protected Nucleotide Prodrugs Hyperglycosylated Type I Interferons News Room Press Releases Scientific Publications Careers Contact Contac more

Achillion Pharmaceuticals, Inc.

  Target Markets Achillion is focused on finding solutions for the most challenging problems in infectious disease: Hepatitis C infection Resistant bacterial infections HIV infection Achillion is an innovative pharmaceutical company dedicated to bringing important new treatments to patients with inf more

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Virus A virus (from the Latin virus meaning toxin or poison) is a sub-microscopic infectious agent that is unable to grow or reproduce outside a host cell . Each viral particle, or virion, consists of genetic material, DNA or RNA , withi ... more

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