Recent findings have identified two biomarkers that could be used to predict the most likely effective drug against colorectal tumors, which could lead to improved treatment outcomes in patients diagnosed with bowel cancer.
Magneto-optical technique shows broader detection range and increased sensitivity for a model protein target.
Scientists from Stanford University School of Medicine (CA, USA) have developed a novel lab-on-a-chip that has the potential to improve diagnostic capabilities particularly in the developing world.
Chromatography and electrospray ionization mass spectrometry utilized to determine specific lipid biomarkers for breast cancer.
Microfluidic device developed by A*STAR scientists allows for rapid blood analysis.
Recent findings have discovered a new biosensor that is able to detect autoantibodies produced in response to the development of cancerous tumours, and may therefore be used for the diagnosis, prognosis and management of cancer at its earliest stages.
A novel hand-held breath monitor could detect the flu virus.
Key molecule in the pathology of heart failure has been identified.
Researchers describe a new breath test that measures the levels of five chemicals associated with esophageal and stomach cancers.
Acute kidney injury could be more readily diagnosed using Protein Standard Absolute Quantification technique.