Researchers based at the University of Dundee (Scotland) have reported a serum based assay that could be capable of predicting disease severity and clinical outcome of abdominal aortic aneurysm.
Matthew Baker, University of Strathclyde (Glasgow, Scotland), led research for a diagnostic tool that distinguished 87% of blood samples from patients with brain cancer from healthy individuals. This diagnostic tool could improve the speed and accuracy of brain cancer diagnosis.
Researchers from Columbia University School of Engineering and Applied Science (SC, USA) have reported a new novel diagnostic technique that could detect Lyme disease in 15 minutes.
Scientists from the University of Eastern Finland (Finland) and the University of Oulu (Finland) have published a study that demonstratesshows serum neurofilament levels could be used as a biomarker to discriminate frontotemporal dementia from psychiatric disorders.
A new study from the University of Texas at Austin (TX, USA) reports a desorption electrospray ionization mass spectrometry-based technique that could improve clinical thyroid cancer diagnosis.
LGC (Cambridge, UK) have become the first bioanalytical CRO in Europe to offer the Quanterix Simoa HD-X automated analyzer in a regulated environment.
In a proof of concept trial, researchers from Imperial College London (UK) have demonstrated that a microneedle β-lactam biosensor could continuously monitor extracellular fluid antibiotic concentrations in line with current microdialysis gold standards.
As we wave goodbye to the summer and welcome in autumn, the Bioanalysis Zone team are preparing for a busy few months. Scroll through our highlights for the next 3 months in our conference and event highlights.
Scientists from the University of Utah (UT, USA) report a novel miRNA biomarker -based strategy that could improve melanoma diagnosis.
Shimadzu (Kyoto, Japan) have announced a new peak picking software for triple quadrupole chromatograph mass spectrometers that uses algorithms developed using artificial intelligence to identify peaks that appear frequently in the software window.