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Exosomes purification and analyses comprise a fast evolving research area. One of the primary challenges researchers face when working with exosomes is the setup of density gradients. Traditionally done by hand, this process is tedious, time-consuming, and subject to user, lab, and method variability. In order to successfully purify and analyze exosomes, researchers in today’s lab environment need greater accuracy in size and concentration analysis as well as standard protocols for workflows. Fortunately, Beckman Coulter offers a set of instruments which enable cost-effective, large-scale purification and fast analysis of exosomes.
Jan Olof Lötvall, MD, PhD Professor, Department of Internal Medicine, University of Gothenburg, Sweden
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Stephen Gould, PhD Professor of Biological Chemistry, Johns Hopkins University
Stefano Pluchino, MD, PhD Wellcome Trust-Medical Research Council Stem Cell Institute Clifford Allbutt Building - Cambridge Biosciences Campus Department of Clinical Neurosciences
DNA and RNA sequencing sample preparation can involve many tedious and error prone steps. Liquid handling automation solutions can help standardize your processes and achieve more consistent results. Beckman Coulter Life Sciences automation and...
Accelerating discoveries to improve human and environmental health often require the implementation of niche applications that may involve complex processes and working with challenging samples.
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Suresh Mathivanan Laboratory head, Dept. of Biochemistry and Genetics, La Trobe Institute for Molecular Science (LIMS), La Trobe University
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There is great interest in both medical and scientific communities in submicron cell derived particles, termed microparticles or microvesicles. A great difficulty in this field, however, has been the optimization and standardization of...
Joshua T. Robinson, Ph.D. Senior Development Scientist Beckman Coulter Life Sciences
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