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Category Archive for: ‘HepatoSite Blog’

7 Reasons to attend the Quasi Vivo® two-day training workshop

We are nearly a fortnight away from the Quasi Vivo® workshop. Time is running out for your chance to access a wealth of information about the fluidic cell culture system. Need a way to convince your organization to cover your registration fee and travel expenses for the Quasi Vivo® workshop? Here is a list of 7 reasons why you should …

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13 things to know about Quasi Vivo® Systems

Last month, we announced that we are the exclusive distributors of the Quasi Vivo® cell culture flow systems in the US and Canada. In this blog post, we would like to address common questions regarding the set-up, maintenance, and applications of the flexible research tool. 1. You can optimize the flow rate for a specific cell type. Use the guidelines …

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“Children are not just small adults.” Land O’ Lakes Conference Presentation Explores the Effects of Age on Enzymatic Reactions

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Meet Maureen Bunger, PhD: Our New Technical Sales Manager Reflects on her Past Experiences, Transitioning from Academia to Industry, and her Plans at TRL

  We recently announced the addition of Maureen Bunger, PhD to TRL as our first Technical Sales Manager. Our company is excited about the experience and insight that Dr. Bunger will add to our company, so we decided to introduce her to the world with a good old fashioned Q and A. What’s your education and experience background? I obtained …

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Johns Hopkins’ Study Identifies Malaria Parasite at Beginning Stages; Research May Be Key in Discovering a Vaccine

In a June issue of PLOS ONE, researchers from the Bloomberg School of Public Health at Johns Hopkins University (JHSPH) released the results of a study describing advancements in the detection and isolation of the parasites that cause malaria in mammals, Plasmodium, during the liver stages. TRL’s own Executive Director, Matt Sherman, was listed as a contributing author on the …

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