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A New Beginning in ALS Therapies

Researchers from Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis believe they are one step closer to extending the survival of ALS sufferers and even possibly reversing some neuromuscular damage.

Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, more commonly known as ALS or Lou Gehrig’s disease, affects the lives of as many as 30,000 people in the United States, according to the ALS Association. A progressive neurodegenerative disease, ALS attacks nerve cells and pathways in the brain and spinal cord. This causes patients to lose both muscle control and mobility.

Things to Consider When Buying a Used Evaporator

Laboratory evaporators are an integral piece of equipment, primarily in analytical chemistry labs

Laboratory evaporators are an integral piece of equipment, primarily in analytical chemistry labs. These evaporators are typically used to prepare samples for analysis by removing liquids from samples that need to be dry. They utilize motion, gas, heat, or a combination of the three, to prep the sample. Commonly used evaporators include nitrogen evaporators, vacuum evaporators and rotary evaporators; each of which has its own sets of pros and cons.

Important Questions to Consider When Buying a CO2 Incubator

As with any large instrument you need for your lab, there are important questions to consider when buying a CO2 Incubator

CO2 incubators mimic a cell’s natural environment in order to develop cell and tissue cultures. However, this process can take several weeks, so it’s extremely important that the temperature, humidity, and CO2 content remain consistent and match the cells requirements throughout the entire process. Frequently used in the medical research and pharmaceutical industries, they provide sterile conditions for any instance when cells must grow in a completely germ-free environment.

Cannabis Laboratory Instruments

However, if you’re considering starting a cannabis testing facility, there are a few key pieces of laboratory equipment you’ll need to invest in.

As opinions, laws and regulations continue to change when it comes to cannabis and its legality, the industry has, and should continue to experience burgeoning growth. Experts forecast sales of legal marijuana in the US could reach as high as over $16 billion by 2020 and over $24 billion by 2025.

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