What TMAs Are and Why They Are Changing Research

    

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With TMAs, you can test multiple patients at the same time.


A standalone block can test multiple patient cases at once depending on the core and block size. Multiple non-viable tissue cores are embedded in paraffin and arranged for histological analysis.

 

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The Complete Guide: Rheumatoid Arthritis

    

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Rheumatoid arthritis is marked by chronic inflammation of many tissues, but predominately affects the flexible (synovial) joints. Patients suffering from rheumatoid arthritis experience two seasons, flare-up and remission. During the flare-up season, a patient may experience elevated symptoms. During the remission season, a patient may be asymptomatic.

A Complete Guide: Rheumatoid Arthritis, goes into depth about diagnosis, biomarkers, and other necessities for researchers searching for a cure.

 

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A Researcher's Guide to Systemic Lupus Erythematosus

    

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Systemic Lupus Erythematosus, also known as SLE or lupus, can affect the entire body. In the case of SLE, the immune system attacks the body's cells and tissues. This causes inflammation (flare ups) and damages tissues.

The solution t
o finding a cure for SLE, is understanding how it is diagnosed and treated in the real world.

 

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Accelerate Your Research with Peripheral Blood Cells Ebook

    

PBMC-ebook.jpgBlood and the system that forms it (the hematopoietic system) are composed of a diverse assortment of cell types, each with unique functions. These cells function through a complex system of signals and interactions with each other and with other components that are found in the blood stream. Physicians and researchers can run assays to quantify certain signals emitted from varying cell types within blood.

By analyzing and studying these assays, physicians and researchers can learn about the state of a patient’s immune system or find biomarkers which indicate the state of disease of a patient. Drug discovery and biomedical research advances with the aid of high-quality human biospecimens.

One of the most versatile is the peripheral blood mononuclear cell (PBMC). These cells are critical components of the immune system, involved in both humoral and cell-mediated immunity.

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A Researcher's Guide to Multiple Myeloma

    

bone marrow samplesMultiple myeloma is a hematologic cancer that develops in the bone marrow of the long bones.  It is much less common than other forms of cancer; however, there is no cure at this time.  In the search to find a cure for multiple myeloma, understanding how mutliple myeloma is diagnosed and treated in the real world is key.

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A Researcher's Guide to Normal Bone Marrow

    
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Normal bone marrow plays a vital role in understanding debilitating blood and autoimmune diseases and in evaluating treatment options. This guide provides researchers with an extensive understanding of the importance of bone marrow in research and the 6 bone marrow mononuclear cell (BMMC) key applications.

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Researchers Guide to Immunology

    

describe the imageMore than 80 autoimmune diseases have been recognized, affecting approximately 50 million Americans. Conversant Bio’s e-book sets a new standard in resources for researching these life-altering disorders. The guide provides researchers with an extensive understanding of autoimmune disorders and offers in-depth information on processing these conditions in the lab.

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The Use of Biomarkers in Oncology Research

    
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Most cancer research revolves around identifying and understanding the molecular and cellular makeup of cancer cells and how they behave differently from normal cells. This guide provides researchers with an extensive understanding of how biomarker use in oncology research and development opens up possibilities to advance your cancer research.

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