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  • Corporate Profile: The Rise of Theragnostics
    Radiopharmaceutical Company’s Compounds Combine Therapeutic and Diagnostic Capabilities
  • Feature Articles: Special Report: Microarray Not Fade Away
    Yes, many are attracted to next-generation sequencing, but loyalty to chip-based phenotyping has its rewards, particularly in screens of large sample sets.
  • Feature Articles: GEN Roundup on Flow Cytometry
    An expert panel sorts through reagent, fluorophore, detection channel, and optical system choices to tell you what counts in different applications.
  • Feature Articles: Immunoassays Expand Range of Applications
    Portable and user-friendly assays can be powerful and sophisticated, too, detecting transmembrane proteins and other complex epitopes.
  • Feature Articles: Genomic Singularity Is Near
    Once we’ve uploaded our genomes and the net is abuzz with our biosensor data, virtual doctors and clinics could become very real.
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