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Exosome-based research is rapidly evolving in many fields of study given the growing understanding that these microvesicles exert influence through the delivery of mRNA, microRNA and protein. From RNA/protein isolation and analysis to sequencing, Beckman Coulter provides reliable lab instrumentation and process solutions to enable your research.
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There is great interest in both medical and scientific communities in submicron cell derived particles, termed microparticles or microvesicles. A great difficulty in this field, however, has been the optimization and standardization of...
Joshua T. Robinson, PH.D. Senior Development Scientist Beckman Coulter, Inc..