Lonza Upgrades Live-Cell Imaging System
For Obtaining Better Cell-Culture Analyses
Antibody Characterization Balances Rigor and Reason
Emphasizes a Combination of Antibody-Dependent and -Independent Testing Methods
Cancer Immunotherapy Spurs Work on Better Animal Models
GEN Spoke to Several Researchers on Advances in Engineered Animal Models Used to Study Novel Cancer Im-munotherapies
The Rise of Single-Cell Genomics
The Ability to Profile Single Whole Cells and Single Nuclei Will Also Help Shape Understanding of Each Cell Type
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