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NeoGenomics Reports Second Quarter 2009 Results

... segment of the laboratory industry. The company's testing services include cytogenetics, fluorescence in-situ hybridization (FISH), flow cytometry, morphology studies, anatomic pathology and molecular genetic testing. Headquartered in Fort Myers, FL, NeoGenomics has labs in Nashville, TN, Irvine, CA and ...

UCR scientists manipulate ripples in graphene, enabling strain-based graphene electronics

... an associate professor of physics and a member of UCR's Center for Nanoscale Science and Engineering , and her colleagues examined the ripples' morphology using a scanning electron microscope and an atomic force microscope. They found that almost all the graphene membranes underwent dramatic ...

BioSyntech Reports Positive Results from Pivotal Trial for BST-CarGel(R) Cartilage Repair Device

... of tissue repair. Other statistically significant improvements were found in the assessments of Cell Morphology, Cell Viability and Superficial Zone morphology in the biopsies. Furthermore, Surface Architecture, collagen structure as observed by Polarized Light Microscopy, and repair tissue thickness ...

New Cellular Bioenergetics Workshops Series Inaugurated by Seahorse Bioscience with Two of the World's Leading Bioenergetics Researchers

... systems. The laboratory is a world-leader in this area. Dr. Martin Brand is Professor of Cellular Bioenergetics and Director of the morphology core at the Buck Institute for Age Research and a Group Leader for the MRC Mitochondrial Biology Unit in Cambridge, UK. Dr. Brand is widely regarded ...

Xspray Expands to Meet Pharma's Interest in its Ground-Breaking Particle Production Technology

... quality pharmaceutical particles, from discovery to production. The process yields consistent powder particles in terms of size, shape and morphology that simplify formulation and can be incorporated into a variety of dosage forms, such as tablets, capsules and inhalation systems. RightSize ...

iCardiac Applies Advanced Cardiac Safety Biomarkers in Clinical Study for Top Pharmaceutical Company

... stems from the drug being tested." iCardiac's advanced ECG-based biomarkers enable a comprehensive evaluation of cardiac repolarization morphology and dynamics. The repolarization process - represented by what is called the QT interval, as measured on an ECG - is the brief period of time ...

NeoGenomics Announces Fourth Quarter and Full Year 2008 Financial Results

... segment of the laboratory industry. The company's testing services include cytogenetics, fluorescence in-situ hybridization (FISH), flow cytometry, morphology studies, anatomic pathology and molecular genetic testing. Headquartered in Fort Myers, FL, NeoGenomics has labs in Nashville, TN, Irvine, CA and ...

NeoGenomics Schedules its Q4 and Full Year 2008 Earnings Release for March 5, 2009

... segment of the laboratory industry. The company's testing services include cytogenetics, fluorescence in-situ hybridization (FISH), flow cytometry, morphology studies, anatomic pathology and molecular genetic testing. Headquartered in Fort Myers, FL, NeoGenomics has labs in Nashville, TN, Irvine, CA and ...

NeoGenomics to Present at the Rodman & Renshaw Healthcare Conference on November 10

... segment of the laboratory industry. The company's testing services include cytogenetics, fluorescence in-situ hybridization (FISH), flow cytometry, morphology studies, anatomic pathology and molecular genetic testing. Headquartered in Fort Myers, FL, NeoGenomics has labs in Nashville, TN, Irvine, CA and ...

NeoGenomics Schedules its Q2 2008 Earnings Release for July 31, 2008

... segment of the laboratory industry. The company's testing services include cytogenetics, fluorescence in-situ hybridization (FISH), flow cytometry, morphology studies, anatomic pathology and molecular genetic testing. Headquartered in Fort Myers, FL, NeoGenomics has labs in Nashville, TN, Irvine, CA and ...

NeoGenomics Schedules Its Q1 2008 Earnings Release for May 7, 2008

... segment of the laboratory industry. The company's testing services include cytogenetics, fluorescence in-situ hybridization (FISH), flow cytometry, morphology studies, anatomic pathology and molecular genetic testing. Headquartered in Fort Myers, FL, NeoGenomics has labs in Nashville, TN, Irvine, CA and ...

NeoGenomics Files Annual Report on Form 10-KSB with the SEC

... segment of the laboratory industry. The company's testing services include cytogenetics, fluorescence in-situ hybridization (FISH), flow cytometry, morphology studies, anatomic pathology and molecular genetic testing. Headquartered in Fort Myers, FL, NeoGenomics has labs in Nashville, TN, Irvine, CA and ...

NeoGenomics Announces Results for the Fourth Quarter and Full Year FY 2007

... segment of the laboratory industry. The company's testing services include cytogenetics, fluorescence in-situ hybridization (FISH), flow cytometry, morphology studies, anatomic pathology and molecular genetic testing. Headquartered in Fort Myers, FL, NeoGenomics has labs in Nashville, TN, Irvine, CA and ...

Berkeley scientists bring MRI/NMR to microreactors

... task. It has been a persistent challenge for scientists and engineers who study catalysts to correlate active catalytic regions with overall morphology in heterogeneous catalyst beds. It has also been a challenge to monitor the multistep reactions that take place within the beds. This has hampered ...

Nikon Unveils the Eclipse Ti Inverted Microscope Series at The Society for Neroscience Annual Meeting

... objective lens, thereby producing very little light loss. Through the efficiency of the light usage, the Ti allows capture of phase contrast image morphology with high numerical aperture specialty objectives, such as the APO TIRF NA 1.49 series, without limiting fluorescence throughput. Numerous other ...

A new wide field-of-view confocal imaging system and its applications in drug discovery and pathology

... reported here can be used for the examination of morphology and molecular biology images of clinical tissue ... through fluorescence in situ hybridization, or morphology through routine H & E staining. With a little ... gold standard for soft tissue tumours: morphology or molecular genetics," Histopathology 37 , ....

Efficient DNA transfection of primary CNS neurons using TransMessenger Transfection Reagent

... characteristic markers and showed typical morphology and differentiation. We transfected the ... glial cells in the brain). " Excellent morphology of CryoCell Cultures " shows a typical ... brightly stained somata, indicating good morphology and differentiation of the neurons. Staining ...

A membrane-lid tube for bacteria cultivation and freeze-drying

... morphology: Since the cell morphology of bacteria often changes when insufficient ... in short, rodlike shapes an analysis of cell morphology of cultivated bacteria enables the tubes ... under a microscope. To prevent any effect on the morphology of the bacteria caused by the increase ...

Improving the accuracy and speed of mammalian cell counting

... in size regardless of cell type, no calibration for varying cell size or morphology is required; heterogeneous cell lines such as a-dipocytes and CHO cells ... Many of these systems require frequent calibration for cell size or morphology prior to use; often, these requirements compromise the accuracy of the ...

Reagents for Up and Down-Regulation of miRNA Activity in Mammalian Cells

... (second bar from the right). The right inset shows the morphology of these control cells. The left inset shows the morphology of cells transfected with an Anti-miR Inhibitor to miR-31. ...

Protect RNA and Improve Target Cell Identification

... especially useful for allowing researchers to identify cellular morphology and tissue architecture (see Figure 2). ... cells were effectively microdissected and retrieved. If tissue morphology is slightly damaged, Acridine Orange may also provide better ...

Enhanced siRNA Delivery and Long-term Gene Silencing

... eight months. Surprisingly, some changes in cellular morphology and differences in growth characteristics became ... Several interesting observations about cell morphology were noted. Morphological changes were not initially ...

Liquid crystals show promise in controlling embryonic stem cells

... Currently, researchers have several methods of monitoring cell differentiation. The easiest, says Palecek, is to just look at the cells and use cell morphology as a cue. A more accurate method uses molecular markers. Antibodies are placed against these markers to determine if they bind to the cell. That ...

GE Healthcare partners with genomics institute

... cancer drug development for TGen, said in a statement. Mousses also said the imaging systems provided by GE will allow TGen to observe cellular morphology more clearly and perform cytometry at an unprecedented rate. Most importantly, the institute's researchers will more accurately collect information ...

The Genesis of Gendicine: The Story Behind the First Gene Therapy

... production of Gendicine. Compared to standard 293 cells, SBN-Cel has a shorter doubling time and a more uniform, better morphology and attachment to the culture surface in the DMEM [Dulbeccos Modified Eagle Medium] media. Production of Gendicine ...

Endotoxins and their Relevance in R&D ApplicationsLPS Detection & Removal Methods

... is NOT (sodium) deoxycholate! DOC would have cytotoxical effects on cell culture and also influence the cell growth and the morphology of the cells. LPS removal with EndoTrap EndoTrap is an affinity matrix for the efficient removal of bacterial ...

The measurement of DNA condensation and mitochondrial changes during apoptosis and necrosis in cell based assays

... punctate pattern (Fig 1B) attributable to nuclear DNA condensation. Mitochondrial changes are monitored using MitoTtracker Deep Red 633. The observed morphology changes from an intense punctate distribution of the dye (Fig 1D) to a dimmer, more diffuse pattern (Fig 1E) with increasing concentration of ...

siRNA screening of the cell cycle with two dynamic GFP sensors (from Discovery Matters Issue 1, July 2005)

... homologue cyclin A1 (CCNA1), which is not expressed in differentiated U2OS cells. These changes correlated with additional changes in cellular morphology described below.

Changes in cell cycle distribution around the G1-S boundary following knockdown of cyclin E were ...

Proteomics in Bladder Cancer Research: Protein Profiling of Bladder Squamous Cell Carcinomas, Rev C

... 1) (Sakamoto et al. 1992, stergaard et al. 1997). SCCs are composed of one cell type closely resembling keratinocytes both in morphology and protein expression profiles (Celis et al. 1996b, stergaard et al. 1997; compare also Figures 1 and 3), and exhibit distinct ...

Getting Started with MicroRNA Research

... phenotypic assays (e.g., protein level, activity, or modification; protein or organelle transport; cell morphology or number; cell cycle status; membrane potential; calcium content; etc.) that can monitor changes in a ...

Matched siRNAs and Assays: Ambion + Applied Biosystems = RNAi Success

... consistent with changes that would be expected for cells undergoing apoptosis, were noted. No distinguishable change in nuclear morphology was noted in cells treated with the negative control siRNA as compared to nontransfected cells. From these data, it can be ...

General Considerations for Successful Transfection Experiments

... could lead to clonal selection. Cell lines with the same name could thus significantly differ with respect to physiology and morphology (and transfectability). Generally, cells are more difficult to transfect the first passage or two out of the freezer. Thereafter, with ...
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