The Echo Blog

By sharing stories that are uniquely Labcyte, our blogs help you learn about how acoustic liquid handling is transforming scientic research. Be sure to subscribe to our blog to receive up-to-date communication on all our entries.

WEDNESDAY – MARCH 27, 2019

Functional Screening Assays for Personalized Cancer Care Using the Echo Liquid Handler

The Society for Functional Precision Medicine will be hosting its first annual meeting, the Functional Precision Medicine Summit on Saturday, March 30th in Atlanta, Georgia, preceding the American Association for Cancer Research’s (AACR) A...

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WEDNESDAY – AUGUST 22, 2018

SEngine Uses Patient-Derived Organoids to Help Oncologists Determine the Best Treatment Strategy

Scientists at SEngine are growing tumor organoids and dosing them with more than 120 drug combinations to see which one works best...

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THURSDAY – AUGUST 02, 2018

More Data, More Problems – New Group Sheds Genomics in Favor of Practical Approaches

When it comes to modern medicine, Tony Letai prefers to go old school. Keep it simple, he says. Simple assays. Simple analysis. Keep it real, he says. Real patient samples. Real-time results.

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THURSDAY – NOVEMBER 30, 2017

Precision at the Heart of Precision Oncology

The future of precision oncology is happening now, in the labs of Seattle-based start-up SEngine, where individual patient tumor cells are screened against a libra...

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FRIDAY – NOVEMBER 10, 2017

Hopping Over the Hype of Precision Medicine

If we want to win the race against cancer, we cannot rely solely on genomics-based testing, argues Senior Research Fellow Joe Olechno in an article that appeared in Medicine Maker.

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