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2021 Ebola Surge & Testing

2021 Ebola Surge & Testing

Ebola had its worst surge in the mid-2010s; however, it recently surged again, particularly in Guinea. Several countries in West Africa recorded a high number of Covid-19 deaths as these countries...

Can CAR T-Cells Prevent Cancer Relapse?

Can CAR T-Cells Prevent Cancer Relapse?

A study completed in August 2021 at the Georgia Institute of Technology has determined that heat-controlled Chimeric Antigen Receptor (CAR) T-cells may be able to predict cancer relapse. Chimeric...

How Histology Works

How Histology Works

Histology is the study of tissues, their structures and how diseases impact them in distinctive ways. To study tissue, laboratories prepare and stain microscope tissue sections to show cell features...

A Guide to Staying Safe This Flu Season

A Guide to Staying Safe This Flu Season

A rise in flu cases has the potential to happen this fall if individuals remain unvaccinated, even though fewer flu cases were reported during the last year due to Covid-19. In a study published in...

The Future of Medical Manufacturing

The Future of Medical Manufacturing

The introduction of 3D printing in 2012 has changed the medical device manufacturing industry. It continues to do so with each new innovation. 3D printing has completely revolutionized the...

Supplies to Modernize a Laboratory

Supplies to Modernize a Laboratory

In 2021 it is important to have the most up-to-date and modernized laboratory. Whether that lab is for research, diagnostic testing, quality assurance, manufacturing or education, it is essential to...

Differences in Centrifuges

Differences in Centrifuges

Like microscopes, centrifuges come in many variations. It can be challenging to pinpoint precisely which kind of centrifuge you need when there are things like rotor type and size, tube capacity,...

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