In the realm of medical diagnostics, the development of advanced imaging techniques has revolutionized our understanding of the human body. Among these breakthroughs is molecular imaging, a cutting-edge field that enables us to peer into the intricate mechanisms of life at a molecular level. By harnessing the power of specialized imaging technologies, scientists and healthcare professionals can explore the inner workings of cells, track disease progression, and design targeted therapies. Let us delve into the fascinating world of molecular imaging and its incredible potential to transform healthcare.
Michelle  Moser
Introduction of Wood-PLA Wood products have always been favored by people because of their unique aesthetics and practicality. Traditional wood processing methods will produce a large amount of waste such as wood chips, and it is time-consuming to manufacture complex structures. With the development of 3D printing technology, researchers began to try to apply more and more materials to 3D printing. As shown in Fig. 1, a complete large-scale podium base was 3D printed with poplar-PLA composite materials.
Michelle  Moser
Acetylation is one of the major protein modifications in cells, where the acetyl group from acetyl coenzyme A (acetyl-CoA) is transferred to a polypeptide chain. Protein acetylation can occur at N-terminal as a co-translational covalent modification by N-terminal acetyltransferases (NATs), or on lysine as a reversible post-translational modification (PTM). Like phosphorylation, acetylation also affects protein function by altering the properties of proteins such as hydrophobicity, solubility, protein conformation and affinity with other macromolecules. Thousands of acetylation have been identified in human proteome, among which chromatin proteins and metabolic enzymes are highly represented such as histones, P53, and STAT3. Consequently, dysregulation of acetylation can lead to metabolic disorders, cancers, neurodegeneration, and cardiovascular diseases. CD BioSciences offers a complete portfolio of solutions to study protein acetylation including acetylation profiling, acetyltransferase/deacetylase identification, substrate identification, and inhibitor/activator screening.
Michelle  Moser
Absolute Mag™ Streptavidin Magnetic Particles, Crosslinked Dextran-coated, Fluorescent Far Red, 100 nm (# WHM-M091) are synthesized as a core of magnetite and a coating of crosslinked dextran with far-red fluorescence (excitation: 732 nm, emission: 758 nm), having streptavidin surface. These magnetic nanoparticles are cluster-typed shaped and can be separated with conventional permanent magnets. Polydispersity index: < 0.2.
Richard  Gray
Creative Diagnostics provides TCID50 Assay Service with a high level of assay sensitivity and accuracy. We have rich experience serving pharmaceutical, biotechnology, contract research, and academic scientists. Our TCID50 assays are used to assay drug sensitivity, quantify infectious units, determine the dose of virus required and study virus release.
Thomas  Schmitt
Traditional two-dimensional tissue analysis methods limit the analysis of small sub-regions of the tissue, unable to analyze complex tissue, and cannot obtain three-dimensional information of the tissue. In recent years, 3D tissue imaging technology has become a tool for three-dimensional tissue analysis, which has greatly promoted basic biological research. However, many researchers still have difficulties in the analysis and processing of 3D images. Therefore, the mastery and application of 3D image analysis software is very important. Figure 1. 3D render image of brain.
Michelle  Moser
Digital pathology is a general term that refers to the combination of digital workflow and imaging solutions. Digital images can maintain long-term stability, and can be quickly transmitted through computer networks, which are widely used in pathology research, pathology teaching, tissue morphology analysis, fluorescence analysis, immunohistochemical mathematical imaging, etc. Figure 1. Digital pathology.
Michelle  Moser
CD BioSciences is a technology company providing 3D printing services and materials for global users. CD BioSciences offers a wide range of high-performance, cost-effective materials. Our materials include metal materials, plastic materials, ceramics and wood to meet different production applications and performance needs. Metal materials are suitable for 3D printing, due to their excellent strength, good conductivity, durability, flexibility, and excellent value, which can not only produce complex structure parts faster, but also gradually reduce the cost with the development of 3D printing technology. Therefore, in recent years, 3D printing with metal materials has been widely used in aerospace, automotive, energy and other industries. CD BioSciences offers a portfolio of dozens of high-quality metal materials and alloys that are suitable for a variety of 3D printers, and are compatible with common metal 3D printing technologies such as direct metal printing (DMP), fused deposition modeling (FDM), selective laser sintering (SLS), and electron beam melting (EBM). CD BioSciences is committed to supporting you in making high-quality 3D printed parts that are lighter, more durable and perform better.
Michelle  Moser
Traditional safety assessment focuses on potential hazards from electrical, mechanical or other aspects of a design occurring during usage, while functional safety focusses on the reliability of the product to function safely and correctly in response to its inputs. As more and more software used in medical devices, the associated risk of physical injury or damage (hazard) to the health and well-being of patients and operators who using them is increasing. It is critically important to ensure the safety, security and reliability of software. STEMart provides functional safety testing to help manufacturer build safety into your medical device development process.
Staci  Horme