Cellectricon Cellectricon, StressMarq Ink Neurodegenerative Disease Research Deal Cellectricon is researching the spread of neurodegenerative disease-associated peptides that characterize Alzheimer's disease and Parkinson's disease. Cellectricon Inks Japan Distribution Deals NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Cellectricon today said that it has signed agreement with two firms to distribute its products in Japan. Cellectricon, Fluxion Settle Microfluidic Cellular Analysis IP Dispute NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Cellectricon and Fluxion Biosciences announced today they have settled a legal dispute dating back to 2009 in which Fluxion was accused of patent infringement. Fluxion Denies IP Infringement Claims Made by Cellectricon Cellectricon has resumed an IP infringement suit it initially filed against Fluxion last summer. Polish University to Use Cellectricon HT System The University of Lodz will use the system in its gene expression and screening projects. Apr 27, 2009 BioFocus to Collaborate with Cellectricon Breaking News In Brief This Week: Veracyte, Danaher, Chembio Diagnostics, and More Decode Genetics Plasma Proteome Study Improves Understanding of Disease Pathogenesis Euformatics Gains CE-IVD Mark for OmnomicsNGS People in the News: New Appointments at SomaLogic, 23andMe, Pacific Biosciences, More New Products Posted to GenomeWeb: GenDx, Eurofins Technologies, Codex DNA, More Variant Identified in Amish Population Appears to Protect From Cardiovascular Disease The Scan Steps for Quick Review The US Food and Drug Administration is preparing for the quick review of drugs and vaccines for the Omicron variant, according to the Wall Street Journal. Moving Away From Using Term 'Race' A new analysis finds that geneticists are using the term "race" in their papers less than in years past, as Science reports. Point of the Program The Guardian writes that some scientists have called the design of a UK newborn sequencing program into question. Science Papers Present Multi-Omic Analysis of Lung Cells, Regulation of Cardiomyocyte Proliferation In Science this week: a multi-omic analysis of lung cells focuses on RIT1-regulated pathways, and more.