24 04, 2024

EVscale™ platform

2024-04-25T10:09:30+02:00April 24th, 2024|biomarker, Evercyte, exosomes, extracellular vesicle, microRNA services, microRNAs, miND spike ins, NGS, Phoenestra, sequencing, smallRNA|Comments Off on EVscale™ platform

The EVscale™ platform, developed by Evercyte, Phoenestra, and TAmiRNA, offers a comprehensive solution for pharmaceutical and biotech manufacturers requiring exosomes and EVs at commercial scale. Drawing on the combined expertise of the three partners, EVscale™ provides customizable projects, including specific cell sourcing, EV characterization, scalable manufacturing, and linking EV biological functions to RNA and protein EV components. EVscale™ advantages: Offers a fundamental advantage over conventional sourcing of therapeutic exosomes from primary cells, eliminating donor-to-donor variability and other issues like scaling difficulties, variable process performance, inconsistent batch quality, and under-developed downstream processing technologies. Provides a unique one-stop-shop offer, allowing customers to tailor end-product parameters based on their project’s specific needs. By combining miRNomics with transcriptomic and proteomic analyses, [...]

13 02, 2024

Webinar – COST Action AtheroNET

2024-02-13T11:20:12+01:00February 13th, 2024|biomarker, biomarkers, exosomes, extracellular vesicle, microRNA, microRNA services, microRNAs, quality, sequencing, smallRNA|Comments Off on Webinar – COST Action AtheroNET

Looking forward to sharing our insights from 10+ years of extracellular microRNA (and recently long RNA as well) biomarker discovery and diagnostic test development with the COST Action AtheroNET group. Date: 19.02.2024 Time: 19:30 CET Registration Link: https://lnkd.in/dVDDYKcA Reach out to Matthias directly after his webinar and discuss our latest developments and how TAmiRNA’s  miND spike ins and small RNA sequencing service can assist your business!

26 01, 2024

TAmiRNA ‘2023 In Review’

2024-01-26T11:44:38+01:00January 26th, 2024|biomarker, biomarkers, exosomes, extracellular vesicle, ISO 13485, Liver disease, microRNA, microRNA services, microRNAs, quality, sequencing, smallRNA|Comments Off on TAmiRNA ‘2023 In Review’

One last look back at 2023 before we turn our attention to our goals for 2024: last year brought us progress in many areas, from the development of new laboratory and data analyses to the implementation of hepatomiR® in routine clinical diagnostics and the establishment of important partnerships. Our thanks go to the entire (growing) TAmiRNA team, and our customers and partners! We look forward to working together and to our joint successes in 2024!

17 01, 2024

Analysis of extracellular vesicle microRNA profiles reveals distinct blood and lymphatic endothelial cell origins

2024-01-17T11:03:50+01:00January 17th, 2024|biomarker, biomarkers, exosomes, extracellular vesicle, microRNA, microRNA services, microRNAs|Comments Off on Analysis of extracellular vesicle microRNA profiles reveals distinct blood and lymphatic endothelial cell origins

We want to draw your attention to the latest collaborative publication by TAmiRNA scientist Marianne Pultar: “Analysis of extracellular vesicle microRNA profiles reveals distinct blood and lymphatic endothelial cell origins” published in the Journal of Extracellular Biology. By applying TAmiRNA´s unique small RNA-seq and RNA-seq workflows, this study provides important insights into the secretory behavior of endothelial cell-derived extracellular vesicles (EVs) and their microRNA cargo. In future, these findings can support the identification and development of non-invasive and cell-type specific biomarkers in liquid biopsis. Click here to learn more about our EV service click here to read the paper

15 01, 2024

Circulating endothelial extracellular vesicle signatures correspond with ICU requirement

2024-01-15T10:16:16+01:00January 15th, 2024|biomarker, biomarkers, CoV-2, diagnose disease, exosomes, extracellular vesicle, microRNA services, microRNAs|Comments Off on Circulating endothelial extracellular vesicle signatures correspond with ICU requirement

We want to draw your attention to the latest publication in cooperation with TAmiRNA – “Circulating endothelial extracellular vesicle signatures correspond with ICU requirement: an exploratory study in COVID-19 patients” published in Intensive Care Medicine Experimental. Using TAmiRNA’s expertise in the field of EV characterization, we found that endothelial EVs and associated miRNAs could be promising candidates for the diagnosis of patients with COVID-19. Click here to learn more about this service click here to read the paper

22 11, 2023

TAmiRNA meets Japanese Pharma to present microRNA Biomarker Discovery Solutions

2023-11-22T11:22:16+01:00November 22nd, 2023|biomarker, biomarkers, exosomes, extracellular vesicle, microRNA, microRNA services, microRNAs, NGS, PCR testing service, SPI|Comments Off on TAmiRNA meets Japanese Pharma to present microRNA Biomarker Discovery Solutions

Matthias Hackl, CEO/CSO of TAmiRNA, visited Japan between November 11th and 18th to join Summit Pharmaceutical international to introduce TAmiRNA to 12 medium- and large-size pharmaceutical companies. Matthias presented information on microRNA and mRNA biomarker discovery in liquid biopsies using TAmiRNA´s unique miND® pipeline for absolute quantification of microRNAs. In addition, Matthias joined a seminar on “Manufacturing and omic-based characterization of extracellular vesicles as drug products” organized by the local partner Summit Pharmaceutical International. In his talk, Matthias explained to >70 representatives from Japanese Universities and Pharmaceutical industry TAmiRNA’s the advantages of full molecular characterization of exosomes and extracellular vesicles (EVs) to determine EV composition, consistency, and mode-of-action.

30 04, 2019

TAmiRNA is part of the international IMI2 project “Translational Safety Biomarker Pipeline”

2023-03-10T11:01:16+01:00April 30th, 2019|biomarkers, drug development, drug discovery, exosomes, liquid biopsies, microRNAs, Personalized medicine, safety|Comments Off on TAmiRNA is part of the international IMI2 project “Translational Safety Biomarker Pipeline”

Early and reliable detection and monitoring of adverse events is essential for improving of patient safety, reducing late attrition of drug candidates, and enhancing understanding of toxic mechanisms. The Translational Safety Biomarker Pipeline (TransBioLine) project will focus on development of biomarkers of injury for liver, kidney, pancreas, vasculature, central nervous system (CNS) and the development of non-invasive microRNA biomarkers using liquid biopsies. The project is coordinated by the University of Zurich with Pfizer as industry lead, and involves 27 partners (pharmaceutical companies, small and medium-sized enterprises, and academic institutions) from ten European countries and the United States of America. With a total budget of € 28 million, the EU and the pharmaceutical companies involved are financing the [...]

30 01, 2019

Ask the Expert: kit or service, NGS or qPCR – what is the best choice for my microRNA biomarker project?

2023-03-10T11:03:07+01:00January 30th, 2019|biomarkers, exosomes, liquid biopsies, LMD, microRNA services, microRNAs, osteomiR, thrombomiR|Comments Off on Ask the Expert: kit or service, NGS or qPCR – what is the best choice for my microRNA biomarker project?

Can't find the answer to your question on our site? Not sure which method is right for your research? Get in touch with our experts at TAmiRNA - they will answer your questions and help to move from your ideas to results. Get in touch

16 07, 2018

TAmiRNA receives FFG EARLY STAGE for the development of novel theranostic solutions based on microRNA biomarkers – the PATH project.

2023-03-10T11:02:15+01:00July 16th, 2018|biomarkers, exosomes, liquid biopsies, microRNAs|Comments Off on TAmiRNA receives FFG EARLY STAGE for the development of novel theranostic solutions based on microRNA biomarkers – the PATH project.

PATH stands for "Project for Advancing the Application of MicroRNAs as THeranostic Biomarkers". The aim of this project is to create optimal framework conditions for successful research and development of the application of microRNAs as theranostic biomarkers. “Theranostics” means the increasingly close integration of diagnostics and therapy. The aim of theranostics is to enable the right therapy for the right patient at the right time. A biomarker generally refers to a measurable indicator of a biological state or condition. MicroRNAs are a new class of biomarkers with enormous potential for applications in theranostics. They are short regulatory RNA molecules that are essential for the proper function of cells and tissues. The development of diseases is mostly due [...]

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