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Blood biomarkers for Alzheimer’s can betray the presence of diseaseassociated changes in the brain decades before symptoms set in.
This month’s most-read articles revolved around clinicians and researchers working at the interface of scientific disciplines.
Resist the urge to re-invent the wheel, and your products could be on the market more quickly, advises Xander Sim of Cell ID Pte Ltd.
Scientists have developed an inexpensive detector that works like Velcro to capture prostate cancer cells on frosted glass slides, allowing for easy diagnosis.
The GonioPEN causes less discomfort and can detect glaucoma more quickly and less expensively than current diagnostic methods.
Scientists have developed a microfluidic chip that can detect and quantify biomolecules without any fluorescent labels.
Researchers in South Korea have developed smart contact lenses that can monitor glucose levels using tears.
By generating terahertz waves in close proximity to a microfluidic channel, researchers in Japan have developed a device which could be used to detect cancer, diabetes and the flu.
Combining the advantages of a bead-based multiplexing approach, the reliability and scalability of plate-based formats and the simplicity of image-based analysis, the LUNARIS™ Protein Analysis System enables researchers to maximize their insights from precious biological samples.