In this presentation, Steve Kleiboeker (Viracor Eurofins; MO, USA) discusses CMV diagnostic testing; in particular the CMV T-cell immunity panel, which can help physicians predict which patients are at risk and be prepared to work with the patients pre-emptively before they develop the disease.
Browsing: Expert opinion
We talked to Joseph Pesek (Professor Emeritus, San José State University, CA, USA) about his research developing novel stationary phases. Joe told us what which stationary phases he’s excited to see develop and gave us some tips for best practice.
To coincide with Chinese New Year, Bioanalysis Zone are exploring China’s engaging bioanalytical community and examining the exciting bioanalytical work and developments taking place in the bioanalytical landscape of China.
In this editorial Steven Ray Wilson, Professor and Head of Education at the Department of Chemistry (University of Oslo, Norway), discusses the colorful history of analytical chemistry and its Nobel laureates.
In this interview, we talk to Mary Lame (Principal Applications Scientist, Waters Corporation; MA, USA) who discusses the key challenges scientists face when developing robust peptide bioanalytical assays.
In this interview, John Kadavil (US FDA; MA, USA) shares his thoughts on the draft ICH M10 guidance for bioanalytical method validation, indicating how this will change the bioanalytical regulatory landscape.
All immunogenicity assessments present specific challenges. As a contract research organization (CRO), a major challenge we face is related to the lack of harmonization and standardization. Find out more in this editorial from a team at LGC (Cambridgeshire, UK).
Find out more about what is important when outsourcing, in this interview with Lee Abberley (GSK).
“There are, in essence, two schools of thought that I can perceive when discussions occur on the topic of appropriate purity of the laboratory water and various solvents, additives and reagents for any given stage of a quantitative bioanalytical procedure.” Find out more from Robert MacNeill (Envigo) in this editorial column.
In this editorial Yu Shrike Zhang (Harvard Medical School; MA, USA), a previous finalist of the Bioanalysis Rising Star Award, discusses his research and hopes for the future. He details the emergence of organ-on-a-chip systems and how these platforms reproduce tissue functions outside the human body.