The AAPS Crystal City VI Workshop will be held in Baltimore (MD, USA) on September 28-29, 2015.
Research indicates that limonene in breath samples could act as an early-stage diagnostic for liver disease.
Scientists could estimate how old fingerprints are by studying diffusion rates of compounds with mass spectrometry.
‘Lab-on-a-Disc’ platform, combining microfluidic techniques with fast optical diagnostics, could dramatically cut the time taken to detect bacterial species responsible for urinary tract infections.
Researchers have developed a microchip that is capable of retrieving microfluidically attached cancer cells for both in vivo and in vitro analysis via integration of a 3D hydrogel scaffold into a fluidic device.
Novel test could improve treatment for mental health disorders through accurate diagnosis.
Scientists have used GC-MS/MS to identify seven new metabolites of the common anabolic steroid oxymesterone, which could lead to improved doping control.
Mid-life biomarker changes could predict chances of developing Alzheimer’s disease.
Researchers have developed a portable, low-cost ‘paper machine’ for detection of infectious diseases, genetic conditions and cancer in developing countries.