Month: October 2019

The challenges of profiling miRNA Biomarkers from FFPE and Biofluid Samples

In 1993, Dr. Victor Ambros’ lab discovered a small RNA sequence, Lin-4, that was “essential for the normal temporal control of diverse postembryonic developmental events in C. elegans”. Sequence analysis revealed that the molecule was 22 nucleotides long and didn’t...

/ October 21, 2019

NanoString is headed to the Windy City for SfN!

Committed to accelerating transformative scientific discoveries, NanoString continues to develop and deliver cutting-edge molecular tools, carefully tailoring the designs to fit the specific needs of each research field and focus area. We are excited to feature our multianalyte and multiplexed...

/ October 14, 2019

The bench side of organ transplant: Challenges and solutions

“It is infinitely better to transplant a heart than bury it to be devoured by worms,” said Dr. Christiaan Barnard, the father of the heart transplant. It’s hard to disagree with this statement! Organ transplant today is an established treatment...

/ October 7, 2019