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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A novel artificial intelligence and biosensor device has been developed to monitor if live cancer cells remain after chemotherapy treatment.
Hear more about the recent mass spectrometry product launches from SCIEX announced at ASMS 2019, including the new Acoustic Ejection Mass Spectrometry technology, in this interview with Neil Walsh (SCIEX; MA, USA).
In this report from Bioanalysis, the authors summaries key points discussed the Bioanalysis Zone panel discussion filmed during the 12th Workshop on Recent Issues in Bioanalysis which focused on the topic of new technology integration into bioanalytical workflows.
Researchers have developed a novel technology to test for viral infections by detecting small amounts of antibodies in the blood.
A prototype wearable device has been developed to continuously collect live cancer cells directly from a patient’s blood, presenting an alternative to biopsies.
A new molecular engineering method, termed TAC-seq, has been developed to enhance the precision of clinical biomarker analysis.
From the quantification and validation of biomarkers to the integration of novel technology in bioanalytical workflows, as the year comes to a close we’re looking back on the bioanalytical highlights from 2018.
Available to view on demand. We present a rare opportunity to see experts from across the pharmaceutical and CRO industries sharing perspectives on new technology integration in the field of bioanalysis.
Learn more about the pros and cons of investing in new technologies or sticking with more traditional techniques, as well as about the key questions that should be considered before making the decision. In this infographic, we investigate the pros and cons of utilizing four different technologies available for large molecule analysis: colorimetric ELISA, Meso-Scale Diagnostics, Time Resolved Fluorescence and Quanterix Simoa.