A collaborative study by researchers based at hospitals across the Netherlands has developed a novel diagnostic strategy that may reduce the number of individuals receiving unnecessary invasive endoscopies.
Research led by Proteome Sciences plc (Cobham, UK) has utilized TMTcalibrator workflow to detect disease related biomarkers in cerebrospinal fluid.
Researchers from Stanford University (Stanford, CA, USA) has developed the‘Potalyzer’, a test that utilises magnetic nanotechnology can detect concentrations of THC in saliva
Researchers from the University of York (UK) have developed a novel electrochemical silicon photonic sensor that may have the capacity to detect biomarkers in small volumes of blood.
Researchers from Loughborough University have developed a novel test that could be utilized as a diagnostic tool for asthma.
Researchers from The University of Western Australia (Perth, Australia) are in the process of developing a simple blood test that may be utilized to detect breast cancer progression or relapse.
Immune system dysregulation has previously been linked with pathophysiologic changes of the central nervous system. These changes may lead to…
A study in Russia has devised a method to diagnose respiratory conditions in newborn babies by identifying proteomes in urine samples.
Researchers have developed a biomarker scoring system based upon the severity of gene overexpression that could be utilized to predict patient response to cancer treatments.
A second potential application has been established for an investigational biomarker being researched at the University of Alabama at Birmingham.