Much of the science and healthcare news during these dire times has been disheartening. But there’s been at least one encouraging development: new COVID-19 vaccines are on track to be the fastest ever to market. And that accelerated pace might become the new normal.
Proteomics-based tumor biomarker discovery has come a long way since the days of two-dimensional gels. A multi-biomarker panel could incorporate different classes of biomolecules so as to narrate the disease history in a holistic manner.
We caught up with solid-phase microextraction pioneer Janusz Pawliszyn (University of Waterloo, ON, Canada) about what’s happened in the field since his review of coated blade spray published in Bioanalysis and what the future could hold for solid-phase microextraction-based techniques.
Discover the latest updates on the ongoing novel coronavirus outbreak in this ‘In the Zone’. Here, you can discover the latest news headlines and updates.
In this instalment of Robert MacNeill’s column, he explores hydrophilic-interaction liquid chromatography (HILIC) and how the technique is often overlooked.
As the COVID-19 pandemic extends its reach worldwide, the demand for available, accurate testing is growing exponentially. Science News reports that COVID-19 testing has been available in limited quantities from the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), but production has not been able to keep up with demand.
With coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) shutting down countries and economies, the world is expectantly looking at scientists to come up with a solution.
The demand for analyzing biomarkers in drug development has increased dramatically with the advancement of precision medicine. In this editorial Weiping Shao (Frontage) discusses the challenges and key advice for outsourcing biomarker research.
New study reports cost-effective, rapid and easy to perform RT-PCR-based method for the detection of SARS-CoV-2, the virus termed COVID-19.
We carried out a survey to gain an insight into the trends, challenges and future outlook for the use of chromatographic separation technologies. We would like to thank everyone who took part in the survey – click here to see the results in our infographic.