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New method rapidly detects trace amounts of small molecule compounds

07-Nov-2018

Russian researchers from Prokhorov General Physics Institute of the Russian Academy of Sciences(GPIRAS) and the Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology(MIPT) have developed the world’s first ultrasensitive method for rapid detection of small molecules. This method detects trace amounts of ...

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Gyros Protein Technologies and Cygnus Technologies Sign Licensing and Supply Agreement

12-Jul-2018

Gyros Protein Technologies AB and Cygnus Technologies announced they have signed a licensing and supply agreement. Under the agreement, Cygnus Technologies will supply Gyros Protein Technologies with its proprietary reagents for host cell protein analysis, enabling the development of new Gyrolab® ...

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Exosomes as way to make 'personalized medicine' easier and more precise

30-Jun-2017

Today, doctors can tailor a drug therapy to your unique genetic profile, giving you the full benefits of a drug while reducing unwanted side effects -- all in harmony with the blueprints of your biology. But problems remain in the push toward "individualized medicine." For instance, genetics ...

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New, old science combine to make faster medical test

23-Jan-2017

A UCF researcher has combined cutting-edge nanoscience with a magnetic phenomenon discovered more than 170 years ago to create a method for speedy medical tests. The discovery, if commercialized, could lead to faster test results for HIV, Lyme disease, syphilis, rotavirus and other infectious ...

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Glyphosate in breast milk: Continue to breastfeed?

Published results on glyphosate in breast milk lead to intake levels in babies which are well below the health-based reference value

06-Jul-2015

The parliamentary group Alliance 90 / The Greens (Bündnis 90 / Die Grünen) reported on 25 June 2015 that a laboratory had detected the active pesticide ingredient glyphosate in 16 samples of breast milk. The report called these findings "very concerning". The Federal Institute for Risk Assessment ...

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Evaluation of glyphosate contents in breast milk and urine

02-Jul-2015

According to media reports, a study has been conducted in which 16 samples of breast milk and 16 samples of urine were tested for glyphosate residues. The BfR has seen neither the original study nor sufficient methodological information on the analytical methods and sampling procedures used. For ...

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Is the Ebola Virus a Real Threat for Europe and the US?

Frost & Sullivan Life Sciences Senior Research Analyst Sriram Radhakrishnan discusses the available screening options to enable early detection of the virus

11-Aug-2014

“The Zaire Ebola virus causes a highly contagious and lethal hemorrhagic fever leading to the death of the infected individuals. The recent outbreak of the virus in West Africa has alarmed the world, especially Europe and the US, owing to the geographical speed of the infection spread and high ...

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Rapid and detailed analysis of proteins

26-Mar-2014

Proteins are vital participants in virtually all life processes, including growth, repair and signaling in cells; catalysis of chemical reactions and defense against infection. For these reasons, proteins can provide critical signposts of health and disease, provided they can be identified and ...

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Analytik Jena subsidiary obtained approval for two ELISA-based tests for detection of PRRSV

01-Jul-2013

AJ Roboscreen recently obtained the approval for two new assays for screening of swine sera for PRRSV (porcine reproductive and respiratory syndrome virus) antibodies and for evaluation. The new ELISA-based tests differentiate into PRRSV Type I (Europe-Type) and Type II (North America-Type). The ...

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Electrochemical sensor for coeliac disease promises easy diagnosis of gluten allergy

07-Mar-2013

Researchers have developed the first example of an electrochemical immunosensor for the diagnosis of coeliac disease – a genetically determined specific immune response to the antigens present in gluten. Electrochemical immunosensors (EIs) are interesting alternatives to conventional ...

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