Researchers from the University of Malaya (Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia) have developed a new electrochemical immunosensor that can quantify concentrations of biotin in serum.
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Researchers from the University of Texas (TX, USA) have developed a wearable device that can rapidly and reliably monitor three interconnected compounds associated with Type 2 diabetes for as long as a week.
A collaborative team of researchers from Illinois (Il, USA) have developed a device that can rapidly and reliably diagnosis sepsis.
Thermo Fisher Scientific Inc. (MA, USA) have announced new technologies that obtain high-resolution separations with increased sensitivity and reproducibility.
Researchers have developed a blood test that could identify abusive head traumas in infants, also known as shaken baby syndrome.
In this ‘Ask the Experts’ feature we will be discussing the use of metabolomics with a number of leading experts across the field.
In this review the authors focus on CE coupled to MS as a mature technique for untargeted metabolomics including sample pretreatment, types of matrices, analytical methods, applications and data treatment strategies for polar compound analysis in biological matrices.
Recent findings have demonstrated a novel technique that merges nanoscience with a magnetic principle, Faraday rotation, which could be used for the faster diagnosis of a wide array of infectious diseases.
A newly developed device may provide a novel method of health monitoring via the chemical analysis of our sweat. The device may provide an alternative to blood sampling by allowing us to wirelessly analyze our physiological needs via our smartphones.
This article reviews the application of ruthenium complex, luminol and nanomaterial-based ECL biosensors to making measurements in biological matrices over the past 4 years.