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Stem Cells in the News - Fall 2019

星期一, 十月 7, 2019 - 09:46
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We have captured this month’s most interesting, innovative, and maybe some of the strangest examples of stem cells in the news from around the world.

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Immunology News: Researchers Identify NR4A and TOX Transcription Factors As Mediators of CD8+ T Cell Exhaustion – Implications for Cancer Immunotherapy

星期五, 九月 20, 2019 - 13:21

Exhausted CD8<sup>+</sup> T Cell

CD8+ T cell exhaustion or dysfunction is frequently observed in chronic viral infections and cancer due to persistent antigen exposure and chronic T cell receptor (TCR) signaling. The exhausted T cell state is associated with a decrease in proliferative capacity, reduced effector functions, changes in gene expression and metabolism, and elevated and sustained expression of multiple inhibitory receptors, including PD-1, CTLA-4, TIM-3, LAG-3, TIGIT, and 2B4/CD244. Under steady state conditions, these inhibitory...

Relax and Go with the Flow: Demystifying Multi-Parameter Flow Cytometry

星期二, 九月 17, 2019 - 08:52

Flow cytometry is a powerful technique that allows researchers to examine multiple proteins on cell populations using fluorescently labeled antibodies. Multi-parameter, fluidic-based flow cytometry has been applied to multiple fields of study ranging from basic to clinical immunology, cancer biology, neuroscience, stem cell research, and drug discovery. In order to maximize the quality of results obtained using this technology, researchers should be familiar with the basics of flow cytometry when setting up an experiment. In this series of seminars, we will discuss the necessary tools to design, run, and analyze a multi-parameter flow cytometric experiment.

Webinar 1 - Relax and Go with the Flow: Demystifying Multi-Parameter Flow Cytometry

In this introductory level webinar, you will learn the basics of how flow cytometry...

Turning Flow Cytometry Upside Down and Inside Out: Cellular Function Revealed

星期二, 九月 17, 2019 - 07:58

Flow cytometry is a powerful technique that allows researchers to examine multiple proteins on cell populations using fluorescently labeled antibodies. Multi-parameter, fluidic-based flow cytometry has been applied to multiple fields of study ranging from basic to clinical immunology, cancer biology, neuroscience, stem cell research, and drug discovery. In order to maximize the quality of results obtained using this technology, researchers should be familiar with the basics of flow cytometry when setting up an experiment. In this series of seminars, we will discuss the necessary tools to design, run, and analyze a multi-parameter flow cytometric experiment.

Webinar 2 - Turning Flow Cytometry Upside Down and Inside Out: Cellular Function Revealed

In this webinar, you will learn how to apply basic concepts of flow cytometry to...

Stem Cells in the News - Summer 2019

星期二, 七月 16, 2019 - 15:40
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Stem Cells in the News - June 2019

星期二, 六月 4, 2019 - 13:14
https://origin-rndsystemsstg.corpenttech.com/blog/stem-cells-news-february-2019Stem Cells in the News

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Interactive Cell Marker Tool: CD Markers and Beyond

星期二, 五月 7, 2019 - 13:59
Cell Markers

Start Searching for Cell Markers

Researchers and clinicians have long relied on the expression of cell surface markers to identify cell populations. In fact, this has led to an ever-growing list of CD (Cluster of Differentiation) markers characterized to identify immune cells, primarily. However, the horizons of cellular identification have expanded beyond immunology into neuroscience and stem cell research leading to publications identifying additional cell populations with more refined lists of cell surface, intracellular and secreted molecules. In addition, organelle-associated markers are co-stained with subcellular molecules to define the subcellular localization of the molecule of interest.

We have introduced a new interactive cell marker tool to...

Webinar: Planning for Success: Emerging GMP-Grade Raw Materials & Technologies for Cell Therapy

星期一, 五月 6, 2019 - 09:24
bio-techne webinar speakers

Join our panel of industry leading experts on the Cell and Gene Therapy Insights webinar as they discuss planning for the successful development of new cell therapies using emerging raw materials and technologies...

Quarterly Protein Product Update: Spring 2019

星期三, 五月 1, 2019 - 15:09
New Proteins , Webinars and Resources
 

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Bioactive IL-39 and IL-Y
New and exclusive IL-12 Family Members: Bioactive IL-39 and IL-Y
Members of the IL-12 family (IL-12, IL-23, IL-27, and IL-35) are...

Stem Cells in the News - May 2019

星期三, 五月 1, 2019 - 12:56
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We have captured this month’s most interesting, innovative, and maybe some of the strangest examples of stem cells in the news from around the world.

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Bio-Techne Go Everywhere Travel Grant - March Recipient Selected!

星期三, 四月 10, 2019 - 07:33
Bio-Techne Travel Grants

Bio-Techne’s Go Everywhere Travel Grant Program awards $1000 USD (or equivalent) to one researcher each month to attend the meeting of their choice. This grant program allows the researcher to attend more targeted meetings in their field and provides funding to support both small and large scientific associations that promote discovery and collaboration.

The recipient of the March 2019 grant is Jorieke Weiden, a Postdoctoral Researcher in the Tumor Immunology department at Radboud University Medical Center in Nijmegen, Netherlands.

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Stem Cells in the News - April 2019

星期五, 三月 29, 2019 - 13:46
https://origin-rndsystemsstg.corpenttech.com/blog/stem-cells-news-february-2019Stem Cells in the News

We have captured this month’s most interesting, innovative, and maybe some of the strangest examples of stem cells in the news from around the world.

Nature

A therapy developed at Osaka University received provisional approval for use to treat damaged or diseased corneal...

Cell and Gene Therapies for Cancer: Future Promises and Challenges

星期五, 三月 8, 2019 - 10:25

Featured speakers:

J. Joseph Melenhorst, Ph.D., University of Pennsylvania

Laurence J. N. Cooper, M.D., Ph.D., Ziopharm Oncology

Moderated by:

Sean Sanders, Ph.D., Science/AAAS

The field of immuno-oncology has exploded in the clinic, in the press, and on Wall Street, particularly regarding the use of genetically modified immune cells to fight cancer. This “explosion” is largely due to the success of chimeric antigen receptor (CAR) T-cell therapy. The fields of immunology and gene therapy have converged to harness recombinant viruses to deliver “living drugs” with remarkable clinical efficacy, especially for patients with blood cancers. Multiple approaches to engineer immune cells—mostly T cells but also other immune cell types—make use of CARs, while tumor-specific T-cell receptors continue to gain a foothold...

Stem Cells in the News - March 2019

星期四, 三月 7, 2019 - 09:27
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We have captured this month’s most interesting, innovative, and maybe some of the strangest examples of stem cells in the news from around the world.

UCSF News

The Kreigstein lab at the University of...

Anti-idiotype Antibodies: Monoclonal Therapeutic Discovery and Development

星期一, 三月 4, 2019 - 16:12
Anti-Idiotype Antibodies

The monoclonal antibody therapy market is rapidly expanding with all major pharmaceutical companies seeking approval of more antibody drug modalities each year. In addition, many of the blockbuster monoclonal therapeutics are nearing the end of their patents and the opportunity for biosimilars looms in the marketplace.

Researchers look to anti-idiotype antibodies to study new monoclonal therapeutic candidates, to better understand the efficacy of existing monoclonal therapeutics and to evaluate the development of biosimilars. An anti-idiotype (anti-ID) antibody is specific to the unique antigen binding (variable) region of another antibody. In this case, the anti-idiotype is specific to the monoclonal therapeutic or its biosimilar.

R...

Bio-Techne Go Everywhere Travel Grant - January Recipient Selected!

星期日, 二月 10, 2019 - 05:27
Bio-Techne Travel Grants

Bio-Techne’s Go Everywhere Travel Grant Program awards $1000 USD (or equivalent) to one researcher each month to attend the meeting of their choice. This grant program allows the researcher to attend more targeted meetings in their field and provides funding to support both small and large scientific associations that promote discovery and collaboration.

The recipient of the January 2019 'Go Everywhere Travel Grant' is Mattia Volta, a Senior Researcher in the Institute for Biomedicine at the Eurac Research in Bolzano, Italy.

Mattia has chosen to apply the grant to attend the World Parkinson Congress 2019 in Kyto, Japan on June 4 – June 7, 2019!

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Stem Cells in the News - February 2019

星期一, 二月 4, 2019 - 10:44
https://origin-rndsystemsstg.corpenttech.com/blog/stem-cells-news-february-2019Stem Cells in the News

We have captured this month’s most interesting, innovative, and maybe some of the strangest examples of stem cells in the news from around the world.

Stem Cells in the News - January 2019

星期五, 一月 4, 2019 - 08:25
Stem Cells in the News

We have captured this month’s most interesting, innovative, and maybe some of the strangest examples of stem cells in the news from around the world.

Science Daily

Scientists from the German Cancer Research Center have, for the first time, successfully directly reprogrammed human blood cells into...

Bio-Techne Go Everywhere Travel Grant - December Recipient Selected!

星期三, 一月 2, 2019 - 09:26
Bio-Techne Travel Grants

Bio-Techne’s Go Everywhere Travel Grant Program awards $1000 USD (or equivalent) to one researcher each month to attend the meeting of their choice. This grant program allows the researcher to attend more targeted meetings in their field and provides funding to support both small and large scientific associations that promote discovery and collaboration.

The recipient of the December 2018 'Go Everywhere Travel Grant' is Samantha Jones, a PhD Candidate in Medical Genetics at the University of British Columbia, in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. Samantha has chosen to apply the grant to attend the 25th Biennial Congress of the European Association for Cancer Research in Amsterdam, the Netherlands on...

Bio-Techne Go Everywhere Travel Grant - November Recipient Selected!

星期日, 十二月 2, 2018 - 13:27
Bio-Techne travel grants

November 2018 Go Everywhere with Bio-Techne Travel Grant Awarded to PhD Student from the University of Liverpool!

Bio-Techne's Go Everywhere Travel Grant Program awards $1000 USD (or equivalent) to one researcher each month to attend the meeting of their choice. This grant program allows the researcher to attend more targeted meetings in their field and provides funding to support both small and large scientific associations that promote discovery and collaboration.

The recipient of the November 2018 grant is Anna Glaser, a PhD Student in the Women's and Children's Health department at the University of Liverpool in Liverpool, United Kingdom!

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Stem Cells in the News - December 2018

星期五, 十一月 30, 2018 - 11:01
Stem Cells in the News

We have captured this month’s most interesting, innovative, and maybe some of the strangest examples of stem cells in the news from around the world.

Bio-Techne Go Everywhere Travel Grant - October Recipient Selected!

星期六, 十一月 10, 2018 - 09:44
Bio-Techne Travel Grants

Bio-Techne’s Go Everywhere Travel Grant Program awards $1000 USD (or equivalent) to one researcher each month to attend the meeting of their choice. This grant program allows the researcher to attend more targeted meetings in their field and provides funding to support both small and large scientific associations that promote discovery and collaboration.

The recipient of the October 2018 grant is Lahiru Gangoda, an Honorary Research Fellow in the Biochemistry and Genetics department at La Trobe University in Melbourne, Australia!

Lahiru has chosen to apply the grant to attend the Lorne Cancer Conference 2019 in Lorne, Australia on February 14 -16, 2019.

She is conducting her current...

Stem Cells in the News - November 2018

星期三, 十月 31, 2018 - 10:02
Stem Cells in the News

We have captured this month's most interesting, innovative, and maybe some of the strangest examples of stem cells in the news from around the world.

Drug Target Review

Researchers at the University of Colorado Cancer Center have found the upregulation of CDK1 and its direct interaction with Sox2 play a crucial role in the development...

Stem Cells in the News - October 2018

星期一, 十月 8, 2018 - 13:37
Stem Cells in the News

We have captured this month's most interesting, innovative, and maybe some of the strangest examples of stem cells in the news from around the world.

Bio-Techne Go Everywhere Travel Grant – September 2018 Recipient Selected!

星期二, 十月 2, 2018 - 14:27
Bio-Techne travel grants

September 2018 Go Everywhere with Bio-Techne Travel Grant Awarded to a Research Associate from Wayne State University!

Bio-Techne's Go Everywhere Travel Grant Program awards $1000 USD (or equivalent) to one researcher each month to attend the meeting of their choice. This grant program allows the researcher to attend more targeted meetings in their field and provides funding to support both small and large scientific associations that promote discovery and collaboration.

The recipient of the September 2018 grant is Dr. Samaresh Sau, a Research Associate in the Pharmaceutical Science department at Wayne State University in Detroit, Michigan (USA).

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