Taconic Biosciences Adds New Humanized Immune System (HIS) Model to Its Portfolio For Immuno-Oncology Research

New huNOG-EXL EA Model Extends Study Windows Significantly RENSSELAER, N.Y., Jan. 18, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Taconic Biosciences, a global leader in providing drug discovery animal model solutions, announces the launch of the huNOG-EXL EA (Early Access) humanized immune system (HIS) mouse. This product expands Taconic’s widely used HIS portfolio. huNOG-EXL EA significantly lengthens the […]

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OKX overtakes global crypto exchanges as 2nd largest, rebrands as cross-platform services provider

Formerly OKEx, OKX’s new brand highlights the platform’s robust suite of crypto, NFT and DeFi investing products VICTORIA, Seychelles, Jan. 18, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — OKX, which recently became the second largest cryptocurrency exchange in the world by spot trading volume, today announced a company-wide rebrand that reflects the dynamism and accelerating adoption of cryptocurrency. Founded […]

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Good news for kung fu enthusiasts around the world – Shaolin Temple launches kung fu online games

DENGFENG, China, Jan. 18, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — With the Chinese New Year around the corner, China’s Songshan Shaolin Temple and Shaolin Culture Centers across the world have launched a global kung fu contest – “Happy Chinese New Year: Shaolin Kung Fu Online Games.” “Shaolin kung fu boasts the value of fitness, enlightenment, and harmony,” said […]

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DURBAN – Qiniso Majola (20) and Akhona Mkhize (22) appeared in the Ntuzuma Magistrate’s Court yesterday facing charges for unlawful possession of firearms and ammunition. They were remanded in custody until 25 January 2022 for further investigation. On Sunday, 16 January 2022 at 11:30, police officers from the Durban K9 Unit were conducting patrol duties, when they received information about two men in possession of firearms in KwaMashu and proceeded to the scene. Upon their arrival at the identified location police requested to search the premises. A 9mm pistol and a revolver as well as eight rounds of ammunition were found in their possession. Both firearms serial numbers had been erased. The two suspects were arrested at the scene and detained at KwaMashu SAPS. A case of unlawful possession of firearms and ammunition was opened for investigation. The recovered firearms will be subjected to ballistic testing to establish if they have been used in any other crimes. Source: South African Police Service

DURBAN – Qiniso Majola (20) and Akhona Mkhize (22) appeared in the Ntuzuma Magistrate’s Court yesterday facing charges for unlawful possession of firearms and ammunition. They were remanded in custody until 25 January 2022 for further investigation.On …

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