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Feature Story

Advancing Forensics with the Spectrum CE System

Advancing Forensics with the Spectrum CE System

Read the story behind the development of the Spectrum CE System and how it pushes the boundaries of what’s possible in forensic DNA analysis.

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Research Highlights

Impact of Aerosols on Liver Xenobiotic Metabolism

Impact of Aerosols on Liver Xenobiotic Metabolism

This study examined the impacts of cigarette smoke on cytochrome P450 enzyme bioavailability, comparing traditional and novel multi-organ-on-a-chip model systems.

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Customer Spotlight

Interviews and case studies featuring novel ways in which our customers are using Promega products

Samantha Llewellyn uses the CellTiter-Glo® 3D Assay as part of her work to develop predictive 3D liver models for nanomaterial safety assessment.

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Technical Articles

Efficient Extraction of Environmental DNA (eDNA) from River Water
The Wizard® Enviro TNA Kit demonstrated higher yield and purity across the board compared to a competitive kit.

Improved Human Identification with 8-Dye STR Multiplex Technology
The Spectrum CE System and 8-dye technology enable accurate and reliable DNA profiling, even in complex forensic cases.

Reproducible Drug Screening Assays Using Single Organoids
CellRaft® Technology and Promega assays help to accelerate the adoption of organoid models in high-throughput screening applications.

Immunogenic Cell Death: Methods to Measure Damage Associated Molecular Patterns (DAMP)
Easily monitor immunogenic cell death with two homogeneous, bioluminescent assays. 

Lumit™ Cytokine Assays: Interpolating Data with the GloMax® Discover
The GloMax® Discover enables rapid interpolation of unknown cytokine concentrations.

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