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New Kit Purifies RNA from Very Small Samples

A new kit for RNA purification prior to microarray analysis was designed specifically for small samples and for particularly difficult to isolate targets such as subpopulations of cells within larger samples like those found in heterogeneous solid tumors or hematologic malignancies.  More...
29 Apr 2015
Image: BLAST drives nanoparticles, enzymes, antibodies, and bacteria into cells at the rate of 100,000 cells per minute—significantly faster than current technology (Photo courtesy of UCLA - University of California, Los Angeles).

Laser-Based Tool Injects Nanoparticles and Macromolecules into Cells with Minimal Damage

Cell biologists have developed a laser-based tool that is capable of injecting large objects such as nanoparticles, bacteria, or macromolecules into cells at a speed much greater than allowed by current technologies.  More...
29 Apr 2015

New Nano Technique Rapidly Inserts Nucleic Acids into Cells

Researchers have unveiled a novel technique for inserting nucleic acids into cells that is based on biodegradable silicon-based "nanoneedles."  More...
27 Apr 2015

Environmentally Friendly Ultra-Low Temperature Freezer Requires Less Energy While Generating Less Noise

A new line of ultra-low temperature freezers was designed for both increased cryopreservation capability and improved performance in the laboratory environment.  More...
22 Apr 2015

Alternating Antibiotics Eliminate Drug-Resistant Bacteria

A new technique has been pioneered to help combat the rise of antibiotic-resistant bacteria that cause debilitating and often life-threatening human illness.   More...
20 Apr 2015
Image: Fast functional photoacoustic microscopy of the mouse brain. Figure (d) shows a representative x-y projected brain vasculature image through an intact skull. Figure (e) shows a representative enhanced x-z projected brain vasculature image. Figure (f) shows photoacoustic microscopy of oxygen saturation of hemoglobin in the mouse brain, acquired by using the single-wavelength pulse-width-based method with two lasers (Photo courtesy of Washington University).

Photoacoustic Microscopy Enables Rapid Imaging of the Brain's Oxygen Metabolism

Photoacoustic microscopy is a novel imaging technique that was exploited by researchers to view the vascular morphology, blood oxygenation, blood flow, and oxygen metabolism in both resting and stimulated states in the mouse brain.  More...
12 Apr 2015
Image: Close up of the MinION nanopore sequencer (Photo courtesy of Dr. Andrew Kilianski, Edgewood Chemical Biological Center).

Portable DNA Sequencer Functions Well in Evaluation Trials

Researchers have demonstrated the ability of a handheld nanopore sequencer to accurately identify and differentiate bacterial and viral samples.  More...
05 Apr 2015

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