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Research Points to Off Switch for Drug Resistance in Cancer
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Mental Rest, Reflection Aid Learning
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Tarantula Toxin Exposes Activity in Live Cells
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Diluter Works Quickly With Large Samples
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Researchers ID Key Transition to Problematic Drinking
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CD8 T Cells Will Fight Many Viruses
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ATR Accessory Suited for High-temp Studies

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Research Yields Possible Precursor to Life

 
 
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Researchers working toward the technology of the future are interested in the origin of life. If we can create artificial living systems, we may not only understand the origin of life, we could also revolutionize technology.
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New GC/MS/MS Designer Drug Database Release

Agilent Technologies  

Screen and identify designer drugs quickly with Agilent’s NEW Triple Quadrupole GC/MS MRM Database. Accessing the Mass Hunter GC/MS/MS MRM libraries will help you identify 500+ designer drugs and their metabolites.


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Science Doesn’t Support ‘Brain Game’ Claims

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Scientists have issued a statement saying they are skeptical about the effectiveness of so-called "brain game" products, which are marketed as helping older adults boost their mental powers. Signing the document were 69 scholars, including cognitive psychologists and neuroscientists from around the world.
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Research Points to Off Switch for Drug Resistance in Cancer

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Scientists have uncovered details about how cancer is able to become drug resistant over time, a phenomenon that occurs because cancer cells within the same tumor aren't identical— the cells have slight genetic variation, or diversity. Variations in breast cancer cells' RNA, the molecule that decodes genes and produces proteins, helps the cancer evolve more quickly than previously thought.
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Versatile Evaporator for Lab & Batch Processing Tasks

Genevac  

The Rocket Synergy from Genevac sets a new benchmark in evaporation versatility. Whether you want to dry or concentrate lab samples or perform automated batch processing of up to 100 litres in a single run the Rocket Synergy can do it five times faster than any other evaporator.


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Mental Rest, Reflection Aid Learning

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A new study that may have implications for approaches to education finds that brain mechanisms, engaged when people allow their minds to rest and reflect on things they've learned before, may boost later learning.
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Diluter Works Quickly With Large Samples

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The JumboGravimat from INTERSCIENCE is a gravimetric dilutor for the dilution of samples up to 5000 g. It is especially suited for labs analyzing E. Coli O157:H7, trichinella, salmonella, child milk powder, chocolate, sterility, and Cryptosporidium and Giardia parasites. The dilution time is very quick: <8 sec for 25 g samples and <75 sec for 375 g samples diluted to 1/10th. The unit can be connected to any LIMS, printer and barcode reader to ensure sample traceability.
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Water Purification with Added Value

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More than 70 arium® systems are available to meet your requirements on water quality and cover any application. The premium-quality components and most advanced purification technologies ensure you have the highest quality water on demand – in the purity types you need.


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Tarantula Toxin Exposes Activity in Live Cells

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Researchers have created a cellular probe that combines a tarantula toxin with a fluorescent compound to help scientists observe electrical activity in neurons and other cells. The probe binds to a voltage-activated potassium ion channel subtype, lighting up when the channel is turned off and dimming when it is activated.
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Researchers ID Key Transition to Problematic Drinking

A team of researchers has found that a tiny segment of genetic material known as a microRNA plays a central role in the transition from moderate drinking to binge drinking and other alcohol use disorders.
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Ultrapure Deionized Water on Demand

 

The GEMINI ultrapure lab water system provides up to 3.7 liters per minute of 18.2 megohm, 0.2 micron filtered water. Water quality meets or exceeds ASTM, CAP and NCCLS Type I specifications.


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CD8 T Cells Will Fight Many Viruses

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Scientists think of CD8 T cells as long-lived cells that become tuned to fight just one pathogen, but a new study finds that once CD8 T cells fight one pathogen, they also join the body's "innate" immune system, ready to answer the calls of the cytokine signals that are set off by a wide variety of infections.
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ATR Accessory Suited for High-temp Studies

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PIKE Technologies has expanded THE temperature control options for its GladiATR accessory.


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Tubing for Temperature Fluctuations – Get a Sample

NewAge  

Translucent Silcon® silicone tubing handles temperatures from -100°F to 500°F. Naturally flexible with excellent bend radii. NSF-51 certified. Non-reactive to body tissues and fluids. Made in USA.
NewAge® Industries, Inc.


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Herb Molecule Holds Potential for Drug Development

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Scientists have discovered a new molecule that can join together chains of amino acids. Only three other known molecules have been discovered to perform this function, which is an important process in the development of new drugs. A key difference is that the new molecule can do the same process 10,000 times faster than the other three and “cleanly,” without leaving any residue behind.
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Proteins Linked to Drug Side Effects

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Researchers have discovered a high-tech method of using supercomputers to identify proteins that cause medications to have certain adverse drug reactions, or side effects. They are using high-performance computers to process proteins and drug compounds in an algorithm that produces reliable data outside of a laboratory setting for drug discovery.
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Tracers Spot Fracking Fluids in Nature

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Scientists have developed new geochemical tracers that can identify hydraulic fracturing flow back fluids that have been spilled or released into the environment. The tracers have been field-tested at a spill site in West Virginia and downstream from an oil and gas brine wastewater treatment plant in Pennsylvania.
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LIMS Boasts Enhanced Data Storage, Retrieval

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Qualoupe Lite, Bibby Scientific’s intuitive laboratory information management system (LIMS), is now available across an even wider selection of the company’s laboratory equipment. 


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