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43 Newest Publications about the topic medical diagnostics

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[Editors' Choice] Turning toys into tools

24-Mar-2017 | Megan Eldred, Science , 2017

Medical Diagnostics Getting medical diagnostic tools to areas in developing countries with few resources has always been a considerable challenge. Bhamla et al. have created a centrifuge mostly made of paper, which they call the “paperfuge.” It is cheap to make, lightweight, and easy to operate

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[Editors' Choice] Fast point-of-care detection of biomarkers

13-Jan-2017 | Julia Fahrenkamp-Uppenbrink, Science , 2017

Medical Diagnostics Many diseases can be diagnosed by detecting nucleic acid or protein biomarkers, but, with few exceptions, this detection requires complex and costly instruments. Du et al. adapted commercially available pregnancy kits for affordable and fast point-of-care diagnostics. In the

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Conformational control of human transferrin covalently anchored to carbon-coated iron nanoparticles in presence of a magnetic field

16-Oct-2016 | Author(s): Agata Kowalczyk, Edyta Matysiak-Brynda, Michal Bystrzejewski, Duncan S. Sutherland, Zbigniew St ..., Acta Biomaterialia, 2016

Publication date: November 2016 Source:Acta Biomaterialia, Volume 45 Author(s): Agata Kowalczyk, Edyta Matysiak-Brynda, Michal Bystrzejewski, Duncan S. Sutherland, Zbigniew Stojek, Anna M. Nowicka The control of the interactions of proteins with the support matrix plays a key ...

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Using Genetic Distance to Infer the Accuracy of Genomic Prediction

02-Sep-2016 | Marco Scutari; Ian Mackay; David Balding, PLoS Genetics, 2016

by Marco Scutari, Ian Mackay, David Balding The prediction of phenotypic traits using high-density genomic data has many applications such as the selection of plants and animals of commercial interest; and it is expected to play an increasing role in medical diagnostics. Statistical models used ...

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Using Genetic Distance to Infer the Accuracy of Genomic Prediction

02-Sep-2016 | Marco Scutari; Ian Mackay; David Balding, PLoS Genetics, 2016

by Marco Scutari, Ian Mackay, David Balding The prediction of phenotypic traits using high-density genomic data has many applications such as the selection of plants and animals of commercial interest; and it is expected to play an increasing role in medical diagnostics. Statistical models used ...

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Family health history: an essential starting point for personalized risk assessment and disease prevention

03-Aug-2016 | Vincent C Henrich; Lori A Orlando, Personalized Medicine, 2016

Family health history (FHH) information is well established as a basis for assessing a patient's personal disease risk, but is underutilized for diagnosis and making medical recommendations. Epidemiological and genetic information have heightened the value of FHH to an individual's health. This ...

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Boosting medical diagnostics by pooling independent judgments [Psychological and Cognitive Sciences]

02-Aug-2016 | Ralf H. J. M. Kurvers; Stefan M. Herzog; Ralph Hertwig; Jens Krause; Patricia A. Carney; Andy Bogart; Giuseppe Argen ..., Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences current issue, 2016

Collective intelligence refers to the ability of groups to outperform individual decision makers when solving complex cognitive problems. Despite its potential to revolutionize decision making in a wide range of domains, including medical, economic, and political decision making, at present, ...

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Evaporation-triggered microdroplet nucleation and the four life phases of an evaporating Ouzo drop [Physics]

02-Aug-2016 | Huanshu Tan; Christian Diddens; Pengyu Lv; J. G. M. Kuerten; Xuehua Zhang; Detlef Lohse, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences current issue, 2016

Evaporating liquid droplets are omnipresent in nature and technology, such as in inkjet printing, coating, deposition of materials, medical diagnostics, agriculture, the food industry, cosmetics, or spills of liquids. Whereas the evaporation of pure liquids, liquids with dispersed particles, or ...

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Adaptive Dimensionality Reduction with Semi-Supervision (AdDReSS): Classifying Multi-Attribute Biomedical Data

15-Jul-2016 | George Lee; David Edmundo Romo Bucheli; Anant Madabhushi, PLoS ONE, 2016

by George Lee, David Edmundo Romo Bucheli, Anant Madabhushi Medical diagnostics is often a multi-attribute problem, necessitating sophisticated tools for analyzing high-dimensional biomedical data. Mining this data often results in two crucial bottlenecks: 1) high dimensionality of features ...

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Silk-based blood stabilization for diagnostics [Applied Biological Sciences]

24-May-2016 | Jonathan A. Kluge; Adrian B. Li; Brooke T. Kahn; Dominique S. Michaud; Fiorenzo G. Omenetto; David L. Kaplan, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences current issue, 2016

Advanced personalized medical diagnostics depend on the availability of high-quality biological samples. These are typically biofluids, such as blood, saliva, or urine; and their collection and storage is critical to obtain reliable results. Without proper temperature regulation, protein ...

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