Novel technology, using single-color digital PCR, could enable the detection of cancerous DNA in circulating blood.
Development of blood monitoring technology that could measure lactate levels in patients experiencing shock
Panicos Kyriacou, a professor at City, University of London, UK, is leading the design and development of a novel optical sensor for the continuous monitoring of lactate in blood.
A blood test could predict how men diagnosed with advanced prostate cancer respond to targeted disease treatments.
PerkinElmer have developed a new immunoassay that can reliably screen for Duchenne muscular dystrophy in new born infants.
Prospective clinical trial results demonstrate that a biomarker blood test could detect lung cancer recurrence on average 6 months earlier than CT scans.
Researchers have identified a number of autoantibody biomarkers that could lead to the diagnosis of Crohn’s disease by a simple blood test.
Researchers at the Intermountain Medical Center Heart Institute have created a score system, based on an individual’s age and blood test results that could predict their future risk of chronic disease.
Evaluation of sample extraction methods for minimizing hematocrit effect on whole blood analysis with volumetric absorptive microsampling
This methodology discusses the use of organic solvents in sample preparation to optimize extraction recovery and minimize the hematocrit effect on the analysis of VAMS dried blood samples.
Microfluidic device developed by A*STAR scientists allows for rapid blood analysis.