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On-chip integrated differential nanocalorimeter

Researchers in the Stanford Genome Technology Center have developed a novel chip-based microfluidic calorimeter that can serve as a powerful label-free tool to characterize a wide variety of biochemical processes in proteomics and genomics. This calorime...
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Cancer Immunotherapy with Polyclonal Allogenic Antibodies

Researchers in Prof. Ed Engleman’s laboratory have developed a novel approach to eradicate tumors using allogenic tumor-binding antibodies to induce dendritic cells (DCs). Because this method relies on polyclonal antibodies, it could have several advant...
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