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Year in Review: What We Learned in 2017
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Year in Review: What We Learned in 2017

In 2017, Bioradiations published a wide variety of general interest articles, tips, podcasts, and application notes. Revisit the technological advancements and growth in technology that researchers experienced this year. Here are the highlights of what we learned this year.
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Top Ten Videos of 2017
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Top Ten Videos of 2017

Explore the most watched Bio-Rad videos in 2017. From understanding CRISPR gene editing to generating better qPCR data to selecting antibodies for fluorescent western blotting, these videos highlight how we continually strive to help our customers do better science.
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Top Five Podcasts of 2017
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Top Five Podcasts of 2017

2017 saw the launch of Bioradiations’ first-ever podcast! Here you can listen to the top five podcasts we published this year, and learn about a variety of topics from CRISPR gene editing to what biomarkers and biosimilars are.
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Cell Sorting and Its Significance in Stem Cell Research
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Cell Sorting and Its Significance in Stem Cell Research

Stem cells possess the remarkable potential to self-renew and to differentiate into many different types of cells. Due to their unique ability to regenerate, they are being used in regenerative medicine and offer great hope for treating diseases such as diabetes and heart disease. However, since stem cells represent a rare population of cells, they are not always easy to study. See how the simplicity, efficiency, and flexibility of cell sorting is making it possible to isolate pure populations of stem cells for downstream analyses.
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Advances in Immunotherapy for Cancer
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Advances in Immunotherapy for Cancer

Cancer kills eight million people annually worldwide; this number will increase to 13 million by 2020. Lung, breast, colorectal, and prostate cancer are the four most commonly diagnosed cancers. Meaningful developments in immuno-oncology, or cancer immunotherapy, treatments are important now more than ever. Learn about some of the newer immunotherapies, including BiTE Antibodies and vaccines, and the companies developing them.
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