Innovations in Viral Clearance
Mock Viruses, Plant Design, and Rational Testing
Improved Assays and Predictive Tools for Drug Lead Optimization
Advanced Strategies to Study Plasma Protein Binding, Improve PK/PD, and Develop Better Enzyme Inhibitors
New Tack for Neurodegenerative Disease Research
Armed with New Tools and Lower Cost Sequencing, Researchers Take an Omics Approach to Neuro Diseases
Non-Viral, Plasmid-Free CAR T-Manufacturing Platform Begins Preclinicals
Goal Is the Development of Faster, More Affordable Therapies
For full access to this article login to GEN Select now.
Multiplexing Ignites Biomarker Research
New Approaches Speed Up Process but Data Analysis Remains Scourge of Many Scientists
- With a goal of making assays bigger, better, and faster, multiplexing is gaining momentum as it tackles challenges in the research and diagnostics arenas. The latter market is projected to reach $6 billion by 2013, according to Scienion. Cutting-edge approaches in this rapidly expanding field include new technologies for ...
Not registered yet? Please fill out the form below and enjoy complimentary access to this and an exclusive collection of premium content and personalization features as a GEN Select insider. Learn More.
Get GEN Select Access Now
- Do not put any letters or characters here if you are not a spy program.