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In this behind-the-scenes interview, we speak to Dr. Sinéad Knight, chair of SLAS Europe 2023, about this year's program, highlighting the key topics and incredible speakers presenting at the show.
Recent Technological Advancements in Medicines Manufacturing
A New Breed of Vaccine: Exploring Doggybone ™ DNA Technology
Exploring the Global Clinical and Preclinical Antibacterial Pipelines
What is Southwestern Blotting?
An Overview of Enzymology
Microbiology of the Cryosphere
"Deep sequencing" of the genome informs diagnoses and treatment of vascular anomalies
Peptidomimetic antibiotics may be effective against resistant bacteria
Study sheds light on metabolic enzymes and processes essential for DNA damage repair
Multi-ethnic genome study unlocks new genetic links to health conditions
Unique combination of intestinal bacteria in Japanese centenarians may be the key to long life
Groundbreaking 3D imaging unveils secrets of cilia
Using an automated liquid dispenser for robust and gentle cell plating
An alternative to fertilized chicken egg influenza vaccine production
Understanding the evolution of antibody affinity maturation and humanization
Screening and isolating rare cells with assured clonality
Introducing a high-throughput method for identifying rare cells from B cell repertoires and hybridoma fusions
Streamlining IgG-secreting cell screening to discover rare, high-producing clones
Dr. Cameron McAlpine
To commemorate World Multiple Sclerosis (MS) Day, we speak to Dr. Cameron McAlpine about his latest research that sought to understand better the proteins and signals that act as messengers between brain and immune cells in MS.
Elisabet Stener-Victorin/Qiaolin Deng
In this interview, we spoke to two researchers from the Karolinska Institutet about their latest work that investigated how PCOS can affect the health of future generations of men.
In this interview conducted at Pittcon 2023 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, we spoke to this year's recipient of the Pittsburgh Analytical Chemistry Award, Neil Kelleher, about his work in top-down proteinomics.