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At Fluxion, we’re passionate about delivering cell-based and cell-free solutions that facilitate the transformation of research discoveries into new ways to diagnose and treat patients. By characterizing molecular and cellular mechanisms of disease, Fluxion’s platforms help bridge the translational medicine gap, enabling rapid advances in disease research, drug discovery, and the development of diagnostic tests.

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RECENT & UPCOMING WEBINARS

GABA(A) Receptors and Disease

Presented: 2021-02-18

Speaker: Dr. Andrew Jenkins Ph.D, Associate Professor, Faculty of Pharmacy & Pharmaceutical Sciences, Emory...

Modeling of Catheter-Associated Infection and Evaluating Antimicrobial Drug Efficacy Using Novel Microfluidic System

Presented: 2020-12-03

Speaker: Dr. Claudia Vuotto, PhD, Team Leader at Microbial Biofilm Laboratory, Fondazione Santa Lucia IRCCS

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Emerging Immunotherapies Are Revolutionizing Cancer and Immune Disease Treatment

Exciting New T Cell Therapies Present Unique Challenges in Drug Development.

Immunotherapeutics stimulate the patient's immune system to help fight...

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The Many Modulators of Sleep

As we go through our lives, we spend a third of that time sleeping. Although this time does not amass to anything consciously productive, it is a...

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Liquid Biopsy Sensitivity and Accuracy: Are We There Yet?

A newly published paper coauthored by researchers at Fluxion and Hospices Civils de Lyon Cancer Institute tested the sensitivity and accuracy of...

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Extra Sensitive to Pain? You May Have Some Neanderthal Genes

Prior to their extinction, Neanderthals did not live completely in isolation. They may have interacted with enough ancestors of present-day humans to...

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Worried About Antibiotic Resistance? Here Are 5 Ways To Fight Those Germs.

Microbes Make Us Who We Are

Bacteria live happily in several parts of your body: they work hard to promote tissue repair in your lungs, balance the...