A new microfluidics device has been developed that could detect individual cancer cells in blood and has the potential to be used for liquid biopsies.
Researchers have developed an organ-on-a-chip that could aid the understanding of premature births as it replicates the functions of the placenta membrane.
A low cost and portable smartphone integrated system could improve infectious disease treatment and allow for better surveillance.
Researchers have developed a tiny microfluidic device capable of incubating cancer cells for long enough to investigate the intricate details of metastatic characteristics.
A collaborative team of researchers from Illinois (Il, USA) have developed a device that can rapidly and reliably diagnosis sepsis.
Scientists from Stanford University School of Medicine (CA, USA) have developed a novel lab-on-a-chip that has the potential to improve diagnostic capabilities particularly in the developing world.
Microfluidic device developed by A*STAR scientists allows for rapid blood analysis.
Researchers from the University of Milan have demonstrated how a preclinical test may assist clinicians in diagnosing neurological disorders.
Microfluidics for macromolecules: leveraging microflow LC/MS for quantitation of therapeutic peptides
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A variety of applications focusing on the quantitation of therapeutic (xenobiotic) peptides using the Waters ionKey mass spectrometer will be presented.
Academics from Loughborough University and University of Reading have developed a new portable and rapid test to detect anti-microbial resistance as well as perform blood typing tests.