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Thermo Fisher Scientific (MA, USA) have announced a new desktop scanning electron microscope – termed the Thermo Scientific Phenom ParticleX – that could improve characterization efficiency with rates up to ten times faster than outsourcing.
On-line monitoring human breath acetone during exercise and diet by proton transfer reaction mass spectrometry
Learn about a method for determining breath acetone concentration using direct breath sampling and system-proton transfer reaction MS in this research article from Bioanalysis.
This infographic reflects changes in the oligonucleotide field over the last 2 years including: what types of oligonucleotides are studied, assay formats and opinions on methodology for oligonucleotide analysis.
In this infographic commentary, Zamas Lam (QPS) discusses and explains how the oligonucleotide field as changed over the last 2 years.
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).
In this editorial Helen Shen (QPS; PA, USA) discusses the projected growth in the global small molecule discovery market and what impact this may have on the management of chronic diseases as well as what to look for when partnering with a CRO for small molecule studies.
The growing landscape of metabolomics and lipidomics: applications to medicinal chemistry and drug discovery
Learn more about the changing landscape of lipidomics and metabolomics in this commentary article from Bioanlaysis which focuses on the applications of MS in the field.
Scientists came together at the inaugural AAPS workshop, Opportunities and Challenges in Translating Cell and Gene Therapy Products (4—5 September, London, UK) to to discuss cell and gene therapy pipelines across different disease areas and highlight recent breakthroughs in technology and approach.