blood draw, blood glucose, glucose

Are traditional diabetes research methods sufficient for creating translational therapies?

November is Diabetes Awareness Month, highlighting the devastating impact of this disease. Traditional methods of collecting blood glucose measurements can be stressful for both the researcher and the subjects in addition to gaps in data reporting. See what you've been missing with continuous glucose telemetry.
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breast cancer, animal models of breast cancer, oncology, preclinical oncology, breast cancer research

Breast Cancer Awareness Month, a Reminder of the Need for Improved Cancer Treatments

From in vitro to in vivo, collect the highest quality data to drive critical decisions and advance science. Harvard Bioscience offers industry-leading solutions for oncology research and treatment development. Learn about these solutions and see how they are being used in publications.
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Advancing vaccine development with industry leading solutions

The topic of vaccination has been extremely popular in the news lately as the search for a coronavirus vaccine rages on. Vaccines are critical to the prevention of disease, and the brands of Harvard Bioscience are proud to support their development. See how our solutions enhance this essential research.
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seizure, epilepsy

Neurological, Cardiovascular, and Respiratory Evaluation Leads to Better Understanding of Sudden Unexpected Death in Epilepsy

Although researchers have not identified the cause of SUDEP, they have been able to ascertain ailments associated with it including hypoventilation, apnea, respiratory distress, pulmonary hypertension, autonomic dysregulation, and arrhythmia.
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coronavirus, MERS, SARS, Covid-19

The Race is on: Searching for Infectious Disease Countermeasures in the Midst of a Pandemic

Efforts continue to understand the pathology of infectious diseases, including coronaviruses, as well as to identify treatment and prevention measures. Check out our free Infectious Disease Toolkit to learn how researchers use DSI solutions in this search.
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Spinal Cord Injury, SCI

Preclinical models drive advancements in spinal cord injury research

In the US alone, 17,700 new spinal cord injury (SCI) cases occur each year. Learn how researchers are using DSI solutions to better understand the side effects of SCI and identify improved treatment options.
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