We talk to Christophe Hirtz about his research and LC–MRM and human saliva analysis.
A sensitive and accurate method to simultaneously measure uric acid and creatinine in human saliva by using LC–MS/MS
Read more about this study to establish a method to simultaneously measure uric acid and creatinine in human saliva, recently published in Bioanalysis.
Researchers from Stanford University (Stanford, CA, USA) has developed the‘Potalyzer’, a test that utilises magnetic nanotechnology can detect concentrations of THC in saliva
Researchers from Loughborough University have developed a novel test that could be utilized as a diagnostic tool for asthma.
Researchers develop optical attachment and smartphone app that allows quantitative analysis of paper-based saliva alcohol tests.
Novel device could provide swift answers for emergency services and doctors.
A ‘miniature laboratory’ capable of taking rapid, easy and inexpensive measurements of a range of health parameters is currently being tested.
Vertical ‘stacking’ of sample and reagent flow paths allows for better flow and mixing.
A paper-based disposable device capable of detecting dengue-specific antibodies in saliva within 20 minutes has been developed.
Cepheid Inc. (CA, USA), is to develop faster, safer and more user-friendly device for the onsite detection of Ebola.