Read more about some of the latest news in these announcements from MilliporeSigma (MA, USA) and Thermo Fisher Scientific (MA, USA), at AAPS (4–7 November 2018; DC, USA).
Find out more about the latest news and developments in labs-on-chips in the investigation of gut inflammation and cellular responses in drug discovery in this round-up.
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A team of researchers from Duke University (NC, USA) have discovered a marker that could be used to detect autologous blood doping in athletes.
Researchers have developed a novel noninvasive monitor using a technique named Raman spectroscopy for measuring blood glucose levels.
A team from the University of Groningen (Groningen, tThe Netherlands) have has designed a novel nanopore system capable of measuring single molecules from a variety of complex biological samples.
SCIEX announces innovations in their ultra low-flow separation and accurate mass analysis, capillary electrophoresis–mass spectrometry (CESI-MS) technology and LGC announces investment plans in new GMP analytical capability.
Researchers from Scripps Research (CA, USA) have recently released a new technology platform designed to allow scientists to more easily quantify molecules from biological samples and make their results public.
The 39th BMSS annual meeting was held from 10–13 September 2018 in Cambridge, UK. In this conference report, Naamah Maundrell explores key highlights from the meeting including significant lectures from international experts.
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).