A team from the UC Davis MIND Institute and NeuroPointDX (CA, USA) have developed a metabolic blood test that could identify approximately 17% of children with autism spectrum disorder (ASD).
Time-of-flight secondary ion mass spectrometry utilized in novel technique to map tumor cell signaling
A team from the University of Washington (WA, USA) has demonstrated the use of time-of-flight secondary ion mass spectrometry for mapping tumor cell signals in pancreatic cancer mouse models.
Find out more about a novel biosensor for the real time oxygen monitoring for organ-on-a-chip systems, and a liquid biopsy for predicting lymphoma therapy success.
Definitive profiling of plasma bile acids as potential biomarkers for human liver diseases using UPLC–HRMS
Find out more about this investigation into a thorough and rapid profiling of bile acids in human plasma in this article from Bioanalysis.
Find out more about the co-development agreement between Xbrane and STADA for a ranibizumab biosimilar, and about a novel biomarker test for establishing lung cancer risk in smokers in this week’s bioanalytical news round-up.
Find out more about the consequences of utilizing biomarker assays in drug development without being validated correctly, in this Perspective from Bioanalysis.
Read more about the top stories in new technology developments in this week’s news round-up.
Researchers have identified a biomarker for asthma that could be detected utilizing a nasal brush test.
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Read more about the latest advances in proteomics this week in our themed weekly news round-up, including news regarding a new clinical market license for a predictive diagnostic test for diabetic kidney disease, and a new device for in vivo real-time proteomics in surgical oncology.
A peripheral blood transcriptome biomarker test to diagnose functional recovery potential in advanced heart failure
Learn more about a peripheral blood transcriptome biomarker test for use in patients with advanced heart failure, in this article from Biomarkers in Medicine.