USA research project yields a nanoparticle-painted paper diagnostic device for the detection of Ebola and other diseases.
Surface-enhanced Raman spectroscopy may be used for direct hair analysis at a crime scene.
Researchers close in on visualization of protein metabolism in living systems with novel microscopy technique.
We are currently inviting submissions for our special autumn issue of Bioanalysis dedicated to derivatization methods in bioanalysis and guest edited by Hermes Licea-Perez (GSK).
A device developed to detect markers of lung cancer in breath samples is to proceed to clinical study.
Early findings from a small study in Israel suggest a new breath test could identify individuals with Parkinson’s disease by detecting a unique signature of chemicals in exhaled breath.
Drug could signal a new strategy for treatment of breast cancer in women with metastatic disease.
Researchers have published key data that demonstrates Paper Spray™ MS is suitable for clinical diagnostic use.
Method that is capable of quantifying tamoxifen and its derivatives may be useful in determining if an individual is responding adequately to the drug.
A new device compatible with smartphones can perform an immunoassay to detect infectious disease markers.