An early pilot study has shown that special analysis of the lens of the eye by a newly developed biomicroscope could be able to predict Type 2 diabetes.
A novel interferometric technique could breathe new life into the use of single-molecule localization microscopy in biomacromolecule research.
A recent study reports a new biomarker panel, comprised of 28 physical and molecule measures, that could successfully confirm the diagnosis of warzone-related post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) with 77% accuracy.
The results of a recent pilot study suggest that an ultrafast gas chromatography system equipped with an electronic nose detector may be a useful tool to identify biomarkers in exhaled breath from patients diagnosed with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD).
Thermo Fisher Scientific (MA, USA) and Cedars-Sinai (CA, USA) announce a collaboration that promises to develop robust, sensitive and reliable LC—MS based workflows for clinical research applications.
In a new study, researchers from Osaka University (Japan) have demonstrated that measuring methylation of microRNA could accurately distinguish individuals with early pancreatic cancer from healthy controls.
Wearable skin sensors developed by researchers at the University of California (Berkeley, USA) could be able to provide real-time updates on dehydration and fatigue by providing measurements of electrolytes and metabolites in perspiration as well as record perspiration rates.
A new proteomics technique, termed ubiquitin clipping, has been developed to further understanding of changes that control protein function and their role in healthy and disease states.