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Ultivue and ngTMA® Announce Collaborative Agreement to Provide Multiplex and Spatial Analysis for Clinical Research
Ultivue, Inc. and, the Translational Research Unit platform of University of Bern announce a collaborative agreement to promote multiplexed immunofluorescence assays and the use of next generation TMAs to unlock spatial analysis in scientific research and improve the quality of TMAs integrated in clinical and translational research.
Researchers are expressing concern about a subvariant of Omicron dubbed BA.2 that appears to be tearing through Denmark. For that and more COVID-19 news, continue reading.
Every week there are numerous scientific studies published. Here’s a look at some of the more interesting ones.
Rosetta’s Comet Contains Ingredients For Life, University of Bern Study
Tylenol Won't Help Arthritis Pain, University of Bern Study Finds
Tracking Prejudices In The Brain, University of Bern Study
Widows May Have Fewer Social And Financial Problems Than In The Past, University of Bern Study
Artificial Nanoparticles A Possible Alternative To Antibiotics, University of Bern Study
Batteryless Cardiac Pacemaker Is Based On Automatic Wristwatch, University of Bern Reveals
New App Automatically Calculates Carbohydrate Content Of Meal, University of Bern Study
New Blood Test Detects Potentially Deadly Calcium Deposits, University of Bern Study
Neurologic Improvement Detected in Rats Receiving Stem Cell Transplant, University of Bern Study
First Proof in Patients of an Improved 'Magic Bullet' for Cancer Detection and Radio-Therapy, University of Bern Study
A Hydroelectric Generator in Your Arteries Can Power a Pacemaker, University of Bern and Collaborator Reveal
Secondhand Smoke Tied to High Blood Pressure in Kids, University of Bern Study
Forensic Scientists Use Postmortem Imaging-Guided Biopsy to Determine Natural Causes of Death, University of Bern Study
Popular Supplements to Combat Joint Pain Do Not Work, University of Bern Study
Antiretroviral Drugs Cut Suicide Rate in Swiss AIDS Patients, University of Bern Study Finds
Electrostimulation Techniques For Osteoarthritis: Not Enough Evidence To Recommend, University of Bern Researchers Say
Muscle Injury from Statins Can Hide Behind Normal Lab Tests, University of Bern Study