The themed issue on ‘emerging technologies in mass spectrometry’ has now been published online! In this issue of Bioanalysis, authors share several emerging technologies in mass spectrometry that could, in the near future, provide dramatic changes to what is considered conventional bioanalysis.
Researchers have developed a new technique that could potentially detect single cell melanomas with a greater accuracy and efficiency than previous methods.
ISPPP 2017 pre-conference report: 37th Symposium and Exhibit on the Separation, Purification and Characterization of Biologically Important Molecules.
Magneto-optical technique shows broader detection range and increased sensitivity for a model protein target.
Researchers describe a new breath test that measures the levels of five chemicals associated with esophageal and stomach cancers.
Researchers from Washington State University (Pullman, WA, USA) have developed a smartphone-based test that has the capacity to analyze samples to laboratory standard, which may be used to identify cancer biomarkers.
Researchers at University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center (Dallas, TX, USA) have identified alpha hydroxyl acid (2HG) to be an excellent biomarker of for tracking gliomas using an MRI-based technique.
Researchers from the University of Houston (TX, USA) have developed a novel contact lens that may be used as a non-invasive method of measuring glucose levels.
Researchers are developing an electronic nose that uses CMOS technology, which could be utilized for breath analysis for a range of disease diagnoses.
From near-infrared and Raman to surface-enhanced Raman spectroscopy: progress, limitations and perspectives in bioanalysis
In this review the authors examine the key strengths and weaknesses, including recent developments in near-infrared, Raman and surface enhanced Raman spectroscopy.