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100. The next step In terms of life sciences discovery, proteomics (the study of proteins) holds even more promise than genomics ..... facilitated by direct observation. This month’s feature on proteomics (by another scientist named Xie–Aihua Xie and colleague
Among recent regulatory approvals for bio-optics products are a second FDA 501(k) clearance for Monteris Medical's (Minneapolis, MN) MRI-guided laser ablation device for brain tumors and other lesions.
A technique based on the unique properties of polarized light has enabled scientists at Rockefeller University (New York, NY) to determine the orientation of specific proteins within cells and to make important new discoveries about the operation of the nuclear pore complex, a cluster of proteins
By engineering human embryonic kidney (HEK) cells to produce green fluorescent protein (GFP), and by placing one such cell between two mirrors to make an optical cavity with a 20 µm diameter, two Boston-based scientists have succeeded in creating the first "bio laser."
visualize and quantify budding proteins at a global (i.e., proteome ) level is extremely valuable for understanding the metabolic ..... researchers to probe the complex spatial and temporal dynamics of proteomes in vivo ." 1. L. Wei, Y. Yu, Y. Shen, M. C. Wang
showcase resources of BBC, other centers such as the Birck Nanotechnology Center, and faculty laboratories with a focus on proteomics , metabolomics, cytometry , drug screening and discovery , translational pharmacology, imaging, informatics, and bionanotechnology
need for tools to explore living organisms at the micro- and nanoscales has increased. With the development of genomics/ proteomics along with tools for high-throughput exploration of genes and proteins, instrumentation has consumed an increasing amount
says senior study author Lei Wang, an associate professor in Salk's Jack H. Skirball Center for Chemical Biology and Proteomics and holder of the Frederick B. Rentschler Developmental Chair. If a scientist wants to know what set of neurons in the brain
was approved by both companies’ boards of directors, will enable faster results for life sciences customers working in proteomics , genomics, and cell biology. Life Technologies provides products and services to customers conducting scientific research
proteins and for structure-function studies in functional proteomics . By Aihua Xie and Wouter D. Hoff In the quest to understand biology at the molecular level ..... operate in other signaling proteins. Prospects for functional proteomics A number of exciting developments promise to further increase