Introducing the qEV 20 nm Series: A New Frontier of Isolation
Introducing the new qEV 20 nm Series, allowing you branch even further into the small end of the size spectrum and isolate more small particles than ever before.
Exoid Update: Measuring More Small Particles More Accurately
A new Exoid update is here and it is making the measurement of small particles easier and more accurate than ever before.
To Dye or Not to Dye: Labelling Extracellular Vesicles (and Everything Else Unfortunately) with Lipophilic Dyes
A deep dive into the approaches, considerations and pitfalls of labelling EVs.
TRPS in Nanomedicine: High Resolution Measurements of an Anti-Cancer Liposomal Formulation
Tunable Resistive Pulse Sensing excels as a method for analysing size, zeta potential and stability of nanomedicines.
Building the Future of EV Isolation: A Q&A With Technology Networks
What does the future of extracellular vesicle isolation have in store, and how is Izon working towards that? Technology Networks speaks to Hans van der Voorn, CEO at Izon Science.
Scaling EV Isolation for the Clinic: Customised Workflows for EV Therapeutics and EV Diagnostics
The future of extracellular vesicle isolation for therapeutics and diagnostics is here.
Pairing Tangential Flow Filtration and Size Exclusion Chromatography: The Dream Team for EV Isolation From Cell Culture Media
Tangential flow filtration versus ultracentrifugation… which one wins the prize as the best method for preconcentrating samples prior to SEC.. and how exactly do these methods compare?
A Step-by-Step Guide to (Not) Failing at Extracellular Vesicle Western Blotting
Struggling with Western blots for extracellular vesicles? This guide will help lead you through the process and its pitfalls.
qEV Publication Watch: Q1 2023
From protocols for enriching EVs from complex samples via qEV Gen 2, to understanding the role of bacterial EVs in Alzheimer's disease – and everything in-between. Here are 10 articles which highlight the use of the qEV platform for EV isolation across EV research.
Zeta Potential Measurements of Nanoparticles: High-Resolution Single-Particle Analysis With TRPS
Vogel et al. 2017 describe improvements in nanoparticle zeta potential measurements by Tunable Resistive Pulse Sensing (TRPS).
qEV2 Gen 2 Available Now: Isolate EVs from 2 mL Sample Loading Volumes
The qEV2 Gen 2 column is the sixth column to join the Gen 2 range; launched on 17th Jan 2023.
From Biomarkers to Roles in Pathogenesis: 4 Studies Using TRPS in EV Research
Tunable Resistive Pulse Sensing (TRPS) publication watch: Q4 2022
Extracellular Vesicles as Predictors of Premature Birth
World Prematurity Day is recognised on November 17 to raise awareness of the challenges of preterm birth. What role might extracellular vesicles play in this space?
Chasing L1CAM: A Marker of Brain-Derived Extracellular Vesicles or a Red Herring?
Isolation of brain derived EVs from the circulation and the cerebrospinal fluid is important in the search for biomarkers for neurological diseases. However, the long-held marker, L1CAM, has recently been called into question. Here we discuss the evidence for and against L1CAM as a marker of neuronal EVs.
Extracellular Vesicle Isolation: Why Size Exclusion Chromatography Is on the Rise
Size exclusion chromatography is a gentle method for isolating pure, intact and functionally active extracellular vesicles. Here we discuss the pros and cons of SEC and other EV isolation techniques.
Milk Extracellular Vesicles: Isolation, Function and Future Uses
Isolation, function, and potential future uses of extracellular vesicles derived from milk – a complex and commonly overlooked biofluid.
Seeking EV Fertility Biomarkers in Dairy Cows Using SWATH-MS
Queensland researchers have embarked on EV/mass spec projects that may improve predictions of dairy cow fertility, and outcomes for pregnant women.
World Cancer Day 2022: Addressing Questions in EV-based Biomarker Development
On World Cancer Day 2022, we look to progress and challenges in areas critical to the development of extracellular vesicle-based biomarkers for early cancer detection.
What Makes Tunable Resistive Pulse Sensing So Precise?
How tunable resistive pulse sensing (TRPS) enables precise EV measurements.
Taking Extracellular Vesicles From Discovery to the Clinic: Requirements, Challenges and General Considerations
What does it take to make an EV biomarker successful?
Introducing qEV1: A New qEV Column Optimised for 1 mL Samples
qEV1: The new SEC column optimised for 1 mL sample loading volumes.
Unraveling the Intertwined World of Alzheimer’s and Extracellular Vesicles
When EVs meet Alzheimer’s disease – exploring this fascinating area of research in light of World Alzheimer’s Month 2021.
Separation Protocol Opens Doors to Functional EV-Virus Studies
Notes from a conversation with Assistant Professor Stephanie Jung, University Hospital of Bonn (Germany), who separated Hepatitis B and antibodies from EVs to enable functional EV-virology studies.
EVs and Glioblastoma Research: Insights from the Field
Sharing the story of France-based researcher Dr Gwennan André-Grégoire, who is working on unravelling the EV-related pathophysiology of glioblastoma multiforme.
Exploring 4 Fascinating Extracellular Vesicle Studies on World Hepatitis Day 2021
On World Hepatitis Day 2021, we explore how researchers are pursuing extracellular vesicles as a way to improve outcomes for people with hepatitis.
The Expanding Landscape of Techniques for Nanoplastic and Microplastic Analysis: A Comparative Study
A summary of work by Caputo et al (2021) who conducted a side-by-side comparison of ten analytical techniques for the characterisation of nanoplastics and microplastics.
Extracellular Vesicles as Propagators of Misfolded Proteins in Neurodegenerative Disease
A summary of the first ISEV 2021 plenary session by Andrew Hill, La Trobe University. This presentation explored EVs and their role in neurogenerative diseases, with a particular focus on prion diseases.
Advances in Zeta Potential Analysis Highlighted at ISEV 2021
How is TRPS used to derive EV characteristics? How has a post-processing protocol created new possibilities for zeta potential analysis? Find out in this wrap-up of the ISEV2021 presentation by Dr. Priscila Dauros-Singorenko.
Izon Science Launches the Exoid to Transform Nanoparticle Measurement
To strengthen the analysis of nanoparticle size, concentration, and charge, Izon Science has released the Exoid – a new-generation Tunable Resistive Pulse Sensing (TRPS) technology.