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- New imaging method may speed up diagnosis of malariaResearchers describe a less labor intensive and more rapid route to detecting Plasmodium falciparum in blood samples. Posted 02/09/2014 (today)
- New optical device may improve skin cancer diagnosticsNew 3-in-1 optical device may reduce number of unnecessary diagnostic biopsies in skin cancer diagnosis. Posted 02/09/2014 (today)
- Blood samples can tell of dietary complianceResults from the Nordic SYSDIET study have shown that blood samples can be used to assess dietary compliance, through testing for diet-related biomarkers. Posted 27/08/2014 (6 days ago)
- Potential new test for detecting HPV-related cancersNew blood and saliva tests may help accurately predict recurrences of HPV-linked oral cancers. Posted 27/08/2014 (6 days ago)
- Scientists establish biomarker as a target for new therapeuticsThe identification of a biomarker, with a strong correlation to aggressive breast cancer, provides a new avenue for the treatment of basal-like cancers. Posted 27/08/2014 (6 days ago)
- Scientists move one step closer towards the early diagnosis of ovarian cancerBiomarker identified that may allow improved screening for ovarian cancer. Posted 21/08/2014 (2 weeks ago)
- Simple, inexpensive, detector developed for medical testingHarvard researchers have developed a simple and compact detector, to enable health care workers in the world’s poorest areas to carry out a variety of medical testing, whilst avoiding the...Posted 18/08/2014 (2 weeks ago)
- Engineers create portable device for nuclear magnetic resonance spectrometryDevice holds promise for on-demand applications and accelerated analysis in the laboratory. Posted 13/08/2014 (3 weeks ago)
- Non-invasive diagnostic test developed for strep throatNovel MS-based diagnostic technique diagnoses the condition in less than 10 seconds. Posted 12/08/2014 (3 weeks ago)
- New NIST technique allows for high-speed chemical imaging of tissuesResearchers from the National Institute of Standards and Technology have developed an advanced form of spontaneous Raman spectroscopy, which delivers stronger signals, and is fast and accurate enough...Posted 11/08/2014 (3 weeks ago)