New T Cell Line Specific for Herpes Simplex

The newest addition to our lineup of antigen-specific T cells is now here! Announcing our T cells specific for Herpes Simplex Virus (HSV). About Herpes Simplex Virus HSV causes cold sores, ocular disease and genital lesions. About 48% Americans ages 14 to 49 carry HSV-1 and 12% of the same population carry HSV-2, but many…

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Global Cancer Biomarkers Market to Exceed $157B by 2022

The Global Cancer Biomarkers Market is expected to exceed $157.37 Billion by 2022 at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 13.3%, fueled by increasing incidences of cancer worldwide and emerging technologies, according to a report. Cancer biomarkers are used to indicate the biological state of a tumor and to more accurately diagnose, treat, and…

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Scientists: Get Your Free 1-Hour Research Consultation

Need research help? We’re offering a limited number of free research consultations with one of our lead cellular immunologists! Take advantage of this opportunity to ask a scientist about your current research hurdles, get help setting up an experiment, or review and interpret your results. Immunology and Inflammation Research Expertise We specialize in contract research…

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How to Donate Blood the Healthy Way

Donating blood is a simple way to give a powerful gift. According to the American Red Cross, patients need around 36,000 units of red blood cells, 7,000 units of platelets, and 10,000 units of plasma every single day in the U.S. The only way patients can get the treatment they need is if altruistic people…

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Blood Donation and Summer Safety

About 6.8 million Americans donate blood annually, according to the American Red Cross. From transfusions to research, donated blood has multiple purposes — all of which help other people. If you are about to join the millions of donors, understanding what to expect and how to care for yourself following the donation process is absolutely…

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Improve Research Reproducibility in Your Lab — White Paper

Have you struggled to replicate the research findings of another scientist? Or failed to reproduce your own research results? You’re definitely not alone. According to Nature, over 70% of scientists have failed to reproduce the results of another scientist and more than 50% have failed to reproduce their own results. While there are no industry-standard…

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Use of Nitric Oxide to Characterize Macrophages and Dendritic Cells

Macrophages and myeloid dendritic cells can be proinflammatory or express suppressive, anti-inflammatory characteristics. One characteristic that is part of the proinflammatory phenotype is the expression of inducible nitric oxide synthetase (iNOS), which can be evaluated by measuring production of nitric oxide using our all-inclusive Nitric Oxide Assay Kit. This easy-to-use NO Kit can give rapid…

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