A novel microarray has been developed by researchers that incorporates both physical and electrostatic features to improve diagnostic methods for cervical cancer.
Researchers have developed a new chip device that offers superior forensic blood residue detection compared to current methods such as the use of luminol.
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Researchers have demonstrated that small molecules mimicking activated protein C could provide anti-inflammatory and anti-thrombotic protection without interfering with blood clotting, becoming attractive drug candidates.
A breathalyzer for real-time monitoring of lipolysis: how a chip could have a role in diabetes diagnoses
Acetone detecting semiconducting nanoparticles incorporated into breathalyzers, similar to those utilized in alcohol detection, show promise in the real-time monitoring of lipolysis.
A collaborative team of researchers from Illinois (Il, USA) have developed a device that can rapidly and reliably diagnosis sepsis.