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The next decade will see biologically derived therapies dominate the treatment landscape, said Professor Nigel Titchener-Hooker during his delivery of the 27th Danckwerts Memorial Lecture in Atlanta, USA.
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A new study in mice, conducted by researchers at Sweden’s Karolinska Institutet together with colleagues in Singapore and the USA, shows that our natural gut-residing microbes can influence the integrity of the blood-brain barrier, which protects the brain from harmful substances in the blood.
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The new E-capper from Porvair Sciences produces top quality seals and minimises the risk of repetitive strain injuries (RSI) in operators tasked with sealing deep well microplates or storage tube racks with re-useable cap mats.
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Designed for the convenience of everyday use and ideal under low light conditions, the new 5 megapixel SC50 microscope camera from Olympus is built on the latest CMOS chip technology to deliver improved speed, sensitivity and resolution at a truly affordable price. 
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Amsbio has signed a strategic marketing agreement with Luxcel Biosciences to distribute its range of 96- and 384-well phosphorescence and fluorescence based assays. These new assay kits enable direct real-time analysis of Mitochondrial Respiration (MitoXpress Xtra), Glycolysis (pH-Xtra) and Intracellular Oxygen Concentration (MitoXpress Intra) – providing the perfect tool kit for monitoring bioenergentics, metabolism, Warburg and mitochondrial function & toxicity.
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A novel registry study from Karolinska Institutet in Sweden suggests that beta blockers may benefit also patients suffering from a relatively unknown form of heart failure called HFPEF, which today lacks well-established treatment. HFPEF involves an impaired ability of the heart to fill with blood, and affects nearly 2% of the population.
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UK-based flow chemistry engineering specialist Vapourtec has extended the capabilities of its R-Series system with a new addition to its range of pump modules.
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Sensirion, a leading manufacturer of digital microsensors, has won the DeviceMed OEM-Components innovation prize at the Compamed 2014 exhibition. The disposable liquid flow sensor LD20-2000T for medical devices convinced the jury due to the integration of a thermical sensor element in a microchip. It is based on Sensirion’s CMOSens technology and is the size of a pinhead. The use of intelligent, compact and cost-effective disposable liquid flow sensors will enable safer, more reliable and more mobile solutions for care in the hospital and at home.
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Scientists have uncovered important new information about how bacteria grow and multiply, potentially leading to the discovery of much-needed new antibiotic drugs. Using Diamond Light Source – the UK’s synchrotron science facility – scientists have determined the structure of EzrA: a protein that helps bacteria to build their defensive cell walls as they divide and spread.
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Integra has introduced a Three Position Stage for its Viaflo 96 and Viaflo 384 handheld benchtop pipettes. 
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Hamamatsu Photonics has introduced the latest offering in its range of miniature spectrometers, the C11697MB; a high-sensitivity, trigger-compatible VIS-NIR mini-spectrometer module. The new C11697MB is ideal for inline testing applications and measurement of pulsed light emission due to the high sensitivity offered by the new S11639 CMOS linear image sensor housed inside.
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The QE Pro from Ocean Optics is a high-sensitivity, back-thinned CCD array spectrometer with impressive quantum efficiency, wide dynamic range and extremely low noise operation for applications with low light levels and where wide concentration ranges are measured. 
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