An isobaric labeling technique has been developed to amplify signals for comprehensive quantitative phosphoproteomic characterization of small cells populations.
Researchers have developed a novel noninvasive monitor using a technique named Raman spectroscopy for measuring blood glucose levels.
In this article from Bioanalysis, the authors discuss the most frequently employed analytical techniques and sample preparation systems to obtain a reliable and trustworthy method to quantify antidiabetic drugs in biological matrices.
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 recent metabolomics study has identified biomarkers from particular foods, which could help in establishing the connection between diet and Type 2 Diabetes, quantitatively.
Mundipharma and Janssen Pharmaceutica NV announce exclusive distribution agreement for two primary care diabetes treatments
The agreement includes selected European countries where Invokana® and Vokanamet® have obtained price and reimbursement approvals.
Development and validation of an electrochemiluminescent ELISA for quantitation of oral insulin tregopil in diabetes mellitus serum
This methodology discusses how a sensitive ELISA method could be used to support accurate measurement of Tregopil insulin and its metabolites.
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.
Noninvasive diagnosis of diabetes could be possible as a result of novel point-of-care device, researchers at the University of Oxford have found
Researchers from the University of Wollongong have developed a simple and low-cost copper-based sensor that has the capacity to measure glucose levels from bodily fluids other than blood.