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Study of hundreds of proteins in parallel

First highly scalable method developed to monitor protein levels and localizations in cells

20-Nov-2020

CeMM researchers have developed a highly scalable method which allows for the study of hundreds of proteins in parallel in order to monitor the changes of their levels and localization in the cell. This novel strategy is a notable contribution, not only to drug development for future treatments ...

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DNA damage response protein

25-Oct-2016

Researchers at Vanderbilt University and Vanderbilt University Medical Center have determined that a previously uncharacterized protein called ETAA1 is a “replication stress response protein” with an essential role in maintaining the integrity of the genome. The finding by David Cortez , Ph.D., ...

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Breakthrough in mapping nicotine addiction could help researchers improve treatment

04-Oct-2016

A scientific blueprint to end tobacco cravings may be on the way after researchers crystallized a protein that holds answers to how nicotine addiction occurs in the brain. The breakthrough at the Peter O'Donnell Jr. Brain Institute comes after decades of failed attempts to crystallize and ...

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Charles River Laboratories acquires Blue Stream Laboratories

29-Jun-2016

Charles River Laboratories Acquires Blue Stream Laboratories Charles River Laboratories International announced that it has acquired Blue Stream Laboratories, Inc. Combining Blue Stream with Charles River’s existing discovery, safety assessment, and biologics capabilities creates a leading ...

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Pall to Open Latest Life Sciences Centre of Excellence in Portsmouth

04-Apr-2013

Pall Corporation confirmed plans for a state-of–the-art Life Sciences Centre of Excellence at its new Harbourgate site in Portsmouth in the United Kingdom (UK). The Centre of Excellence (COE), which will open in mid 2013, will offer a full suite of capabilities including cell culture, ...

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Protagen and Charles River Form Strategic Partnership

02-Nov-2011

Protagen AG and Charles River Laboratories International, Inc. are announce a strategic Marketing & Sales alliance. For Charles River Biopharmaceutical Services (BPS) the fast-growing demand for biopharmaceuticals testing requires an expert partner with a broad range of services. Charles River ...

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Powerhouses in the cell dismantled Flemish technology at VIB

Ghent University creates revolution in protein research

19-Oct-2009

All of life is founded on the interactions of millions of proteins. These are the building blocks for cells and form the molecular mechanisms of life. The problem is that proteins are extremely difficult to study, particularly because there are so many of them and they appear in all sizes and ...

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Malvern launches new web resource for protein researchers

19-Jan-2005

Malvern Instruments has added a new and dedicated protein characterization section to its website. This new section provides comprehensive information about the use and applications of light scattering techniques in protein studies and will be a valuable resource for anyone working in this ...

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Bruker Daltonics Announces Six Novel Life-Science Products and Three New Bioinformatics Software Releases at PittCon 2002

21-Mar-2002

NEW ORLEANS, Mar 18, 2002 - Bruker Daltonics Inc. today announces six major product introductions for mass spectrometry-based life science systems at the 2002 PittCon. In addition, Bruker Daltonics releases significant new software capabilities for three of its bioinformatics products. All ...

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