Researchers have developed a sensitive, highly accurate and easy to use biosensor that relies on magnetic nanoparticles to create a signal.
Poor quality images are still a source of frustration for many researchers using digital microscopy, however a new technique facilitates images of much higher resolution which is hoped will have wide-ranging benefits.
Agreement aims to boost innovation of protein drugs that target new diseases and are safer for patients.
Scientists address the issue of diffusion limitation, which significantly slows bioassays, by draining the plate in a bioassay. Finding could potentially reduce assay time from hours to minutes.
Kits simplify sample preparation, offer bioanalytical scientists a standardized route to fast, accurate and precise protein quantification
Research group highlights necessary conditions for accurate spectral results
Oak Ridge National Laboratory and SCIEX sign licensing agreement for technologies that speed up, simplify and expand the use of mass spectrometry.
A research team from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign has developed a biosensor capable of counting blood cells electrically using a drop of blood.
The GCMS-QP2020 enables excellent performance and custom configurations tailored to fit the needs of laboratories in such areas as environmental, food, and forensics.