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- Using peptides for accelerated detection of herpes virusResearchers have developed a new assay to overcome the structural complexity of the herpes virus which affects between 60–95% of adults. Posted 31/10/2014 (today)
- New method of nanoelectrical analysis unlocks diagnostic potentialNanoelectric diagnostic technique may have potential for more accurate, cheaper disease diagnosis. Posted 30/10/2014 (1 day ago)
- Research shows promise for prostate cancer test that utilises long noncoding RNAResearchers have identified a family of long noncoding RNA molecules that could serve as better prognostic markers for prostate cancer than Prostate-Specific Antigen. Posted 30/10/2014 (1 day ago)
- Prostate cancer diagnostic research takes steps towards personalized medicineNew studies aim to identify more aggressive forms of prostate cancer to enable tailored therapy. Posted 29/10/2014 (2 days ago)
- Possible predictive biomarker for a quicker diagnosis of diabetes risk identified Examining the fasting levels of the serum marker termed alpha-hydroxybutyrate (a-HB) could provide a potentially rapid and more sensitive test for detecting the risk of diabetes. Posted 27/10/2014 (4 days ago)
- A new way to model metabolismNew analytical tool may revolutionize metabolic network design Posted 27/10/2014 (4 days ago)
- Biological accelerator MS gains new system and sample preparation techniqueResearchers from the Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (CA, US) develop new sample preparation technique and system for biological accelerator MS. Posted 24/10/2014 (1 week ago)
- Could decreased hormone production be a factor in colon cancer?Research recently published online in Epidemiology, Biomarkers & Prevention, provides evidence that colon cancer may be caused in part by a decrease in production of the hormone guanylin. Posted 23/10/2014 (1 week ago)
- Rapid identification of biomarkers achieved from single drop of blood or urineResearchers at Purdue University (IN, USA) have developed a new technique that can detect drugs and monitor certain medical conditions using a single drop of biological fluid. Posted 20/10/2014 (2 weeks ago)
- Identifying potential cancer treatments fasterPotential cancer treatments could be discovered more quickly with a new approach that accelerates the discovery of possible antibodies. Posted 17/10/2014 (2 weeks ago)