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  • Glow Reveals Dangerous Bacteria

    Salmonella and listeria are among the most widely distributed and deadliest causes of foodborne infections. Their rapid and reliable detection on food and industrial food processing equipment is very important. In the journal Angewandte Chemie, scientists have introduced a new, ultrasensitive, chemi more

  • Detecting bloodstains - with an antimalarial compound

    As seen on crime shows, investigators use a combination of luminol and other substances to light up bloodstains at crime scenes. But now, researchers report that combining luminol with artemisinin, a natural peroxide and antimalarial treatment, reduces the risk of false positives compared to the tra more

  • A glow stick that detects cancer?

    Chemiluminescence, or chemical light, is the principle behind the glow sticks (also known as light sticks) used at rock concerts and as quick tools to grab when the electricity goes out. But they can also be used to diagnose diseases by identifying concentrations of biological samples. A new mechani more

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  • Quality control of colorimetrically stained gels and blots

    In the pharmaceutical and food industry, using a scanner-based system is more recommended than using a camera-based system for the acquisition, documentation and analysis of colorimetrically stained gels, blots and TLC samples. The combination of a s more

  • Cytokine Quantification in Drug Development

    Immuno-PCR (IPCR) and ElectroChemiLuminescence (ECL) are technologies for improved performance of immunoassays. The specific advantages of the different technologies, using enzymatic or electrical signal amplification, allow for tailored assay design more

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Crime Scene Chemistry

Anyone who’s watched CSI or similar shows knows that, whenever the investigating team are on the scene of a gruesome and bloody murder, luminol solution gets sprayed liberally over absolutely everything. The result is a pale blue luminescence whenever the solution meets blood, which itself is a cons more

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