Researchers from Queen’s University Belfast (UK) have developed a new enzyme biomarker test that has the potential to detect disease and infection.
Using a novel nanoflower concept, researchers have developed a quick and accurate sensor for E. coli detection.
When attacked human skin and banana peels produce the same enzyme. By studying this property in fruit, an accurate method for diagnosing the stages of melanoma has been developed by researchers.
Researchers at the University of Illinois (IL, USA) have adapted a personal glucose meter to detect lactate, which is regularly monitored by diabetics.
Researchers have developed a new method to detect biological molecules using an enzyme from fireflies.
A USA research team has created a new mobile phone-compatible device that can accurately read ELISA plates.
Researchers at University of Rhode Island (RI, USA) have developed a new paper-based diagnostic platform.
Method that is capable of quantifying tamoxifen and its derivatives may be useful in determining if an individual is responding adequately to the drug.
Researchers have proposed that a further purity test for biotechnology products may be required.
Researchers have developed a novel nanodevice that can monitor the amount of a cancer drug in patients’ blood.