Posted 21st June 2017 by Fabio Caligaris
Every droplet of a digital PCR assay can contain as many as 35 different highly specific molecular beacon probes that are each tagged with a different combination of three out of seven available fluorescent colours.
Posted 19th June 2017 by Jane Williams
Anyone reading this would be familiar that in April the FDA determined after an extensive clinical trial that a whole slide imaging system presents no greater risk to patient care than an optical microscope. In a purely scientific study design, there is a null hypothesis that states “there is no significant difference between…” and then investigators try to prove or disprove that hypothesis.
Posted 16th June 2017 by Laura Berry
This article was originally published by the California Dairy Research Foundation, May 2017, and is published with permission.
Among all the options for probiotics on store shelves, how can end-users spot a high-quality product? In today’s U.S. market, it’s not easy.
Posted 9th June 2017 by Laura Berry
Robert Osgood, Program Director and Associate Professor at the Rochester Institute of Technology, was interviewed about his work on the oral probiotic, Streptococcus salivarius K12 BLIS.
Posted 7th June 2017 by Jane Williams
Unreasonable cost of trial-and-error medicine means precision medicine is imperative for targeted therapies
Rising pressures to decrease healthcare cost globally, the emergence of value-based reimbursement models and healthcare digitisation trends are transitioning the medication model from ‘one-size-fits-all’ to stratified and outcome based targeted therapies.
Posted 5th June 2017 by Fabio Caligaris
1. Analysis Of Different Approaches For The Selection Of Reference Genes In RT-qPCR Experiments: A Case Study In Skeletal Muscle Of Growing Mice, International Journal of Molecular Science
Posted 2nd June 2017 by Laura Berry
Sydney, AU, Mon 13 FEB 2017; a television programme on the ABC aired a prime time expose on the Complementary and Alternative Medicines (CAM) industry, with the intent to discredit and warn consumers away from buying products that had no validated proof of working.