Research & Development

Diagnostic Imaging Prototype at Yokohama University Uses TDK’s Ultra-Sensitive Magnetic Sensor

Yokohama National University and TDK Corporation have developed a prototype image diagnosis technology utilizing a highly sensitivity magnetic sensor. The technology presents an alternative to existing techniques such as magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) and X-ray […]

Blogs

Catching the Tail on mRNA Key to Magnetic Particle Separation for Battling Covid-19

By Lluis M. Martínez, SEPMAG Chief Scientific Officer
The “central dogma” states that DNA gets transcribed into mRNA which is then translated into a protein. The term mRNA stands for messenger ribonucleic acid as it is the messenger between the directions of DNA and the creation of proteins by the ribosome. Researchers and industry laboratories extract mRNA from cells to study processes occurring in the cell. […]

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Biotech Cell Aligner Based on Ferrofluid Technology from French Spin-off Qfluidics

Qfluidics, a developer of innovative microfluidics and ferrofluid technology, has collaborated with instrument maker Elvesys Group in the creation of a new microfluidic pilot pack that provides an ultra low-shear cell aligner to sort cells in bioscience applications.  The […]

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Imagion Biosystems Begins Clinical Studies on MagSense Particles for Cancer Detection

 Imagion Biosystems is progressing to clinical studies of the efficacy of its MagSense magnetic particles for early detection of cancer, marking an important advancement for the Melbourne biotech firm that is pioneering the application of magnetic particles beyond […]