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Nuclera | January 19, 2022
Nuclera, a UK-based biotech company developing cutting-edge benchtop protein printing technologies, announces the opening of its US subsidiary in Boston, MA.
The addition of this US facility in the rapidly growing biotechnology hub of greater Boston is a critical step in the company’s plans, paving the way for Nuclera’s revolutionary eProteinTM desktop bioprinter—that offers unprecedented speed and convenience for biotherapeutics, agribiotech and other markets of...
Labiotech.eu | January 27, 2020
Most treatments for inflammatory diseases have single targets, such as an inflammation-promoting cytokine or a protein complex called an inflammasome. Quench Bio is taking aim at a family of proteins involved in inflammatory cell death—and it’s picked up $50 million to do so. Seeded by Atlas Venture and Arix Bioscience and incubated at Atlas since its inception in 2018, Quench's first target is gasdermin D, the best understood member of the gasdermin family of proteins. With its ...
Halo Labs | October 05, 2021
Halo Labs, a life science instrumentation company developing tools for biologics researchers, today announced it has launched its latest product, Aura GT.
Aura GT is part of the next generation in Halo Labs' popular family of instruments. Using Backgrounded Membrane Imaging (BMI) and Fluorescence Membrane Microscopy (FMM), Aura GT can distinguish aggregated capsids from contaminants, carrier proteins, and other particles that might adversely harm patients. Unique to Aura GT is...
Cellect Biotechnology | August 10, 2020
Cellect Biotechnology Ltd. (NASDAQ: APOP), a developer of innovative technology which enables the functional selection of stem cells, today announced that it has significantly strengthened its Intellectual Property (IP) portfolio as European Patent Application No. 14851547.1 has been granted. The patent will be set to expire in October 7, 2034, subject to patent term adjustment or extension."This is a pivotal event for Cellect and perhaps one of the most crucial developments for us&nb...
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