Author: Laura Tabellini Pierre
Digital Spatial Profiling GeoMx DSP Spatial Biology
Why Spatial Biology Enhances Spatial Transcriptomics Data
Spatial Transcriptomics is used to determine subcellular localization of mRNA molecules. NanoString explains how this data enhances research.
A “Tail” of Two Species: New Canine Immuno-Oncology Research Offering
NanoString has an unparalleled and longstanding tradition of developing best-in-class cancer research tools, thanks to an extensive knowledge accumulated in a decade of interrogating all aspects of the disease. Last…
Clinical Research Infectious Disease Oncology
Of Mice and Men: The importance of Mouse Models in Research
Many animals share common biology with humans, are affected by similar diseases, and may have a comparable response to certain treatments. Animal models are thus useful to address scientific questions…
Infectious Disease Publication Watch
The Coronavirus mRNA Vaccine Ushers in Hope for 2021
Vaccines: biological agents eliciting an immune response to a specific antigen derived from an infectious disease-causing pathogen. The concept of a “vaccine” emerged in 1796 when Edward Jenner developed the…
NanoString Proudly Introduces the new nCounter® Canine IO Panel.
It may have happened to you, as it happened to some of us here at NanoString®: the furry, four-legged trouble-making family member you just can’t stay mad at is sick,…
Q&A Services and Core Labs
Vision, Cutting-Edge Technology, and Deep Expertise. Interview with the Scientists at Propath UK, the Royals Among the CROs.
A few years ago, the UK Prime Minister’s office announced that Propath, a trusted specialist in molecular pathology for biopharmaceutical research and development, had been nominated to receive a Queen’s…
From an Egyptian Papyrus to the Hallmarks of Cancer: A Journey through the Development of Knowledge in Oncology Research
The word “cancer” was used for the first time in ancient Greece by Hippocrates, often termed the Father of Medicine for his contributions to modern medical practice. Even prior to…
Q&A Services and Core Labs
Serotonin, Gut-Brain-Microbiome Axis and an Inspired Young Scientist–How a Core Facility is Born: Q&A with Prof. Beate Niesler
Imagine you are setting up for an interview with a prominent professor at the University of Heidelberg in Germany, in which you will focus on how a scientific interest triggered…
Grants Q&A Transplant
Molecular Signatures of Antibody-Mediated Rejection and Graft Outcome After Kidney Transplantation. Q&A with Dr. Dela Golshayan, M.D., Ph.D.
When Newsweek Magazine rates you the 9th best Hospital in the World, you know you are doing something remarkable! Located in Lausanne, Switzerland, Lausanne University Hospital (CHUV) sits on Lake Geneva…
Grant Writing for Dummies: Tips & Tricks for Success
Grant writing is an integral part of the life of a scientist and not an easy task. Despite multiple opportunities to obtain funding, the competition is fierce. To help our…
Digital Spatial Profiling Q&A Services and Core Labs
Excellence, Cooperation, and Passion Come Together to Serve the Scientific Community: Q&A with Dr. Peter O’Toole, University of York
Dr. Peter O’Toole, Ph.D., is the director of the Bioscience Technology Facility at the University of York in England, where he established and still leads the Imaging and Cytometry Laboratory, one of the…
Statistically Significant Results without the Headache. Q&A with Sarah Church, Ph.D., Senior Scientist at NanoString.
Talking to Sarah, whether during social gatherings or within the office walls, is always a pleasure. Dr. Church is a Senior Scientist at NanoString and one of the warmest people…