What's new

Takara Bio Inc. has launched the world's first commercially available small intestinal epithelial cells derived from human induced pluripotent stem cells, jointly developed when Takara Bio received a technology transfer from a differentiation induction method to derive these cells from hiPSCs.

11/12/2019

What you need to know when evaluating a partner for your custom project.

11/04/2019

Learn more about how researchers developed a tool to predict gene editing outcomes.

10/21/2019

Discover how researchers used the ICELL8 Single-Cell System to perform scRNA-seq on fragile adult cardiomyocytes.

09/09/2019

Research spotlight

Single-cell transcriptomics has provided a powerful new way to identify and characterize the various cell types that comprise complex tissues and organs. In this video, Dr. Bosiljka Tasic (Allen Institute for Brain Science) discusses a method she and her team developed to investigate the most complex organ of all: the mammalian brain.

With constant genetic variation being the norm for influenza, researchers need elegant solutions to build effective vaccine defenses. Instead of designing primers for each of the eight influenza RNA segments, Bin Zhou and colleagues identified a single primer pair to amplify all subtypes and species, then relied on In-Fusion PCR cloning kits for an accurate, fast, and standardized subcloning method. Learning how to cut the time from outbreak to vaccine: That's Good Science!