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Stemina Biomarker
Stemina Biomarker Discovery is a metabolomics company focused on the discovery, development and commercialization of molecular biomarkers to improve drug safety
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Stemina Biomarker Aug 14
use is on the rise in many populations, including pregnant women, though it’s still low (6.5 per 1,000 women). Risks to the baby include stillbirth, preterm birth, and infant opioid withdrawal.
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Stemina Biomarker Aug 9
., a division of , is hiring a Customer Care Specialist, who will serve as the primary contact for NeuroPointDX customers. Apply now or share this info with a colleague:
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Stemina Biomarker Aug 7
Due to conflicting information, 1 in 10 women have at least one drink while pregnant. An OB specialist recommends abstaining: “The absence of conclusive evidence doesn’t [mean the] absence of harm.”
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Stemina Biomarker Aug 2
Kudos to Jess Wade, a plastic electronics researcher, who has written 270 Wikipedia pages about female scientists in 1 year. Their stories could inspire young women to pursue careers in science.
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Stemina Biomarker Aug 1
From the UK’s Conversation on alternatives to animal testing: “Humans are not big mice so relying on rodent data to predict human [response] can be flawed.” Exactly!
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Stemina Biomarker Jul 26
Protecting the health of both the expectant mother and the fetus can be tricky. It’s a balancing act that requires consideration and careful thought. A case in point:
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Stemina Biomarker Jul 24
Evaluating brain scans of people with autism can help researchers learn about the “human connectome.” Studying these scans could lead to the development of subtypes based on brain activity.
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Stemina Biomarker Jul 24
Stemina is committed to keeping babies safe through accurate developmental toxicity testing. Expectant mothers can take precautions to do the same, including these summery safety tips.
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Stemina Biomarker Jul 19
Another alternative to standard animal testing in developmental toxicity is zebrafish embryo tests (ZET); research is underway to compare ZET performance to rabbit and rodent models.
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Stemina Biomarker Jul 17
Stemina’s developmental tox assays represent 1 way to limit animal testing; a new digital screening tool is another option. How regulators view these alternative testing methods remains a barrier.
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Stemina Biomarker Jul 12
ICYMI: Our poster, presented at the last month: A Human Pluripotent Stem Cell-Based Assay Accurately Predicts the Developmental Toxicity Potency for a Series of Valproate Analogues. Download now:
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Stemina Biomarker Jul 10
Communicating scientific research to the general public is an important skill; bringing discoveries out of the lab and into people’s lives is a critical step that commands a greater value than it often receives.
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Stemina Biomarker Jul 5
Did yesterday’s Independence Day picnic attract more mosquitos than last year’s? Why some summers are buggier than others:
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Stemina Biomarker Jul 3
Stemina presented a poster at the . The research shows our developmental toxicity assay’s ability to predict potency in valproate analogues. View the poster:
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Stemina Biomarker Jun 26
Stemina’s own Jessica Palmer, Associate Director of Toxicology, presents a poster on research conducted using our developmental toxicity assay at . Details here:
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Stemina Biomarker Jun 25
The Teratology Society Annual Meeting has begun! Stemina is represented by Jessica Palmer, Associate Director of Toxicology, who will present a poster tomorrow. Be there!
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Stemina Biomarker Jun 22
Alternatives to animal testing are gaining ground across the industry. Here, a novel test method is employed to assess the risk of inhaled substances.
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Stemina Biomarker Jun 20
The Annual Meeting, which will focus on birth defects research, is next week! Stemina will present a poster. Don’t miss it! Details here:
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Stemina Biomarker Jun 18
Zebrafish are a viable alternative for toxicology testing ( but only a human model will respond to chemical exposure like a human. See how our developmental tox assay performs vs. rodent, rabbit, & zebrafish results.
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Stemina Biomarker Jun 14
Our friends at , the company that makes some of the cells we use in our assays, also produces cells that will be used in seminal Alzheimer’s research.
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