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Diagnose diseases more quickly and easily
Despite recent advancements, many highly sensitive diagnostic tests for viral diseases still require complicated techniques to prepare a sample or interpret a result, making them impractical for point-of-care settings or areas with few resources. But now, a team reporting in ACS Central Science ...
Significantly reduced measurement times and enhanced reliability in cancer diagnostics
The recently launched QEED project aims to significantly reduce measurement time in clinical cancer diagnostics by developing a spectrally resolved imaging technique based on entangled photon pairs. FBH scientists will develop the required diode lasers and quantum light modules. The in-house ...
Scientists has successfully developed a pioneering non-invasive method for detecting breast cancer from fingerprints, with 98% accuracy
The researchers found that technology called Matrix Assisted Laser Desorption Ionisation Mass Spectrometry (MALDI MS) can be applied to enhanced fingerprints for the detection of breast cancer. The technology is normally used to map drugs, pharmaceuticals and biological molecules within tissue ...
The so-called isolated REM-sleep behavior disorder is a condition that can provide an indication of Parkinson’s disease well in advance. A research team headed by Professor Dr Erdem Gültekin Tamgüney from Heinrich Heine University Düsseldorf (HHU) has shown that a greater concentration of ...
Artificial intelligence and infrared imaging automatically classify tumours and are faster than previous methods
The immense progress in the field of therapy options over the past years has significantly improved the chances of cure for patients with colon cancer. However, these new approaches, such as immunotherapies, require precise diagnosis so that they can be specifically tailored to the individual. ...
Chemists study manganese, lutetium, and actinium compounds for potential applications in medicine
Tailor-made chemical complexes of certain elements from the group of metals could be suitable for use in a special way in medical imaging as well as potential applications in personalised precision medicine. This has been demonstrated by a research team led by Prof. Dr Peter Comba at the ...
Chemists develop a novel tool to decipher bacterial infections in real time
A research team led by Professor Xiang David LI from the Department of Chemistry at The University of Hong Kong (HKU) has developed a novel chemical tool to reveal how bacteria adapt to the host environment and control host cells. This tool can be used to investigate bacterial interactions with ...
audEERING launches online platform for AI-based analysis of disease symptoms based on voice
The voice AI company audEERING has developed AI SoundLab, a DSGVO-compliant online platform that for the first time enables the determination of health conditions based on parameters of the human voice. Companies and institutions are thus able to explore voice data as biomarkers for disease ...
By combining the results of multiple molecular analyses, scientists can better diagnose the hereditary disease methylmalonaciduria
New research offers potential benefits for those affected by the hereditary metabolic disease methylmalonic aciduria. By combining the results of multiple molecular analyses, scientists can better diagnose this rare and severe disease. In the future, an improved understanding of the disease might ...
Identify tumour margins directly in the surgery room: Refined Laser Systems raises €2.7m
Refined Laser Systems, a dynamic biophotonics company specialised in pioneering laser systems for SRS-microscopy and quantum technology, today announces a Seed funding round of €2.7 million led by High-Tech Gründerfonds and APEX Ventures, along with NRW.BANK, Onsight Ventures and Papst Venture ...