Sanguine Specimen Newsletter
    Issue: June/July 2021      
4 Ways Direct Patient Access Advances Translational Research
Like tailor-made suits, study designs can vary from project to project. So why use a one-size-fits-all approach to obtaining patient samples?

Over the past 15 years, use of biobanks and the off-the-shelf biospecimens and data they provide has grown. However, the challenges facing this legacy model are becoming ever more apparent.

The Sanguine Speaker Series (S3) provides scientific researchers a platform to share research knowledge and expertise, and brings industry leaders together to share information, learn from othes and network with peers. Join us for this upcoming S3 webinar.

ZBTB2 represses HIV-1 transcription and is regulated by HIV-1 Vpr and cellular DNA damage responses
Bruce, Bracken, Evans et al
PLoS Pathog (2021)

Adalimumab Induces a Wound Healing Profile in Patients with Hidradentis Suppurativa by Regulating Macrophage Differentiation and Matrix Metalloproteinase Expansion
Cao, Harvey, Hong et al
J Invest Dermatol (2021)

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