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- Rapid-result mobile tests a priority to fight Ebola outbreakResearchers and companies target rapid mobile testing as a tactic in the fight against Ebola. Posted 20/11/2014 (1 day ago)
- Blood test could be used to diagnose childhood cancersA research team has identified molecular fingerprints that could lead to the development of blood tests for childhood cancers. Posted 20/11/2014 (1 day ago)
- Scientists make progress towards a diagnostic test for early stage lung cancerNew research indicates that lung cancer patients may have a unique metabolic profile that could be important in the identification of a diagnostic biomarker. Posted 19/11/2014 (2 days ago)
- Grant awarded to aid development of handheld GC toolResearcher receives grant to develop handheld gas analyzer that could be used to analyze blood sugar levels in diabetics. Posted 14/11/2014 (1 week ago)
- Antibody ink shows promise for printable diagnostic testsA printed transistor-based sheet may one day diagnose diseases from their antigens Posted 13/11/2014 (1 week ago)
- Sponsored: EBF Lecture - How alternative bioanalytical technologies can assist clinical safety and efficacy assessmentPosted 12/11/2014 (1 week ago)
- Sponsored: 9th Workshop on Recent Issues in Bioanalysis The 9th Workshop on Recent Issues in Bioanalysis will be held 13–17 April 2015 in Miami (FL, USA). Posted 11/11/2014 (1 week ago)
- Novel nanodevice designed to improve cancer drug monitoringResearchers have developed a novel nanodevice that can monitor the amount of a cancer drug in patients’ blood. Posted 11/11/2014 (1 week ago)
- Saliva may contain important biomarkers for diseaseNew research may lead to a straightforward saliva test capable of detecting diseases such as diabetes and cancer at early stages. Posted 11/11/2014 (1 week ago)
- Potential new test for identifying rare insulin disease in infantsCongenital hyperinsulinism, a disease that causes low blood sugar levels in babies, could be identified earlier with a new test developed by researchers from The University of Manchester (UK). Posted 07/11/2014 (2 weeks ago)