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Single brain cells reveal genes controlling formation, development


In one of the first studies to 'read' the genetic activity inside individual brain cells, University of Wisconsin-Madison neuroscientist Xinyu Zhao has identified the genetic machinery that causes maturation in a young nerve cell. The cells under study came from the hippocampus, a memory-related ...


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Microscopy: Nine at one blow


Advance in biomedical imaging: The University of Würzburg's Biocenter has enhanced fluorescence microscopy to label and visualise up to nine different cell structures simultaneously. Fluorescence microscopy allows researchers to visualise biomolecules in cells. They label the molecules using ...


Live cell imaging revolutionises disease diagnostics and drug discovery

Stakeholder collaboration will be crucial to convert these developments into clinically meaningful tests


Tremendous advances in electronics, optics, fluorescent tools, and molecular biology have made live cell imaging technologies more accessible to life scientists looking to understand biological dynamics and visualize cellular events in organisms. The foray of omics technologies and ...


SynenTec To Take Over Roche Cellavista System


Roche and SynenTec announced that Roche will transfer its Cellavista business to SynenTec, the German company which is the original inventor of the Cellavista System. This agreement was made as a result of the Roche Applied Science decision to focus its business, and guarantees future optimal ...


Merck Millipore Strengthens Bioscience Business by acquiring Amnis Corporation


Merck Millipore announced it has agreed to acquire Seattle-based Amnis Corporation. Amnis designs, manufactures and markets high speed cell imaging instrumentation. The technology is used in flow cytometry applications in academic, biotech and pharmaceutical cell analysis and research. Amnis has ...


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Max Planck Innovation awards license for actin marker LifeAct

Max Planck Innovation and ibidi sign license agreement for cytoskeleton research


Max Planck Innovation GmbH, the technology transfer organization of the Max Planck Society, has awarded an exclusive license for LifeAct to ibidi GmbH, a provider of cell analysis products, located in Martinsried near Munich. The novel peptide allows for actin, an important protein, to be made ...


Capital for fluorescent mini-antibodies


High-Tech Gründerfonds and Bayern Kapital are investing about EUR 400k in Chromotek GmbH. The investment is intended to fund research and development work aimed at ensuring successful market entry for chromobody technology in the field of living cell analysis. Chromotek GmbH, an enterprise spun ...


eBioscience Acquires Bender MedSystems


eBioscience Corporation announced that it has acquired privately held immunoassay technology pioneer Bender MedSystems GmbH in an all cash transaction. The acquisition will provide eBioscience with over 1,000 high profile immunology and oncology products. "Bender MedSystems provides us with a ...


Roche joins forces to innovate toxicity testing and to reduce animal experimentation


Roche opened the Joint Science & Technology Laboratory in Basel, where Roche Pharma scientists are using the innovative xCELLigence real-time Cell Analyzer system of Roche Diagnostics to investigate hepatic and cardiac toxicities in vitro. According to the company, this new technology will ...


Roche acquires innovatis AG to complement its product portfolio in the rapidly growing area of cellular analytics


Roche announced that it has signed a definite agreement under which Roche will acquire 100% of innovatis. innovatis is a provider of automated cell analysis solutions, especially focussing on cell counting, viability testing, and cell function analysis in research, as well as bioproduction. The ...


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