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Image: The ABI 96-capillary 3730xl DNA Analyzer (Photo courtesy of Life Technologies).

Blood Test Identifies Genetic Mutation Responsible for CSID

A common mutation for congenital sucrose-isomaltase deficiency has been identified in the Inuit population where the condition is highly prevalent.  More...
17 Dec 2014
Image: Cut-away view of the reusable PATH NINA device showing relative location of insulation, heat source, phase change material, and samples (Photo courtesy of Paul LaBarre).

Low-Cost Sophisticated Device Diagnoses HIV

The diagnosis of human immunodeficiency virus and other infectious diseases present unique challenges in remote locations that lack electric power, refrigeration, and appropriately trained health care staff.  More...
17 Dec 2014
DiagCor Bioscience

Mechanism of the Valveless Pump Revealed in Online Video Presentation

The secrets behind a precision valveless pump used in both research and clinical instruments and processes have been revealed in a high definition video presentation.  More...
17 Dec 2014

Rapid Norovirus Assay Approved for Diagnostic Use in the United States

A dedicated laboratory-in-a-cartridge assay that enables the rapid diagnosis of norovirus infection has been approved for use in the United States.  More...
16 Dec 2014

LAMP Method Detects Malarial Parasites Using Microwave Irradiation

A rapid and reliable nucleic acid extraction procedure from human blood and malarial parasites using microwave irradiation as a promising platform has been described.  More...
11 Dec 2014
Sekisui Diagnostics

Newly Developed Point-of-Care Hemoglobinometer Evaluated

Hemoglobin concentration is routinely measured using automated analyzers, and although these counters are very accurate and reliable, they are expensive and too cumbersome for portability.   More...
11 Dec 2014
Image: The low cost microscope system constructed to perform multiple simultaneous time-lapse studies on various cell types (Photo courtesy of Adam Lynch).

High-Tech Microscope Constructed for Low Cost

The direct visualization of cells for the purpose of studying their motility has typically required expensive microscopy equipment; however, recent advances in digital sensors mean that it is now possible to image cells for a fraction of the price of a standard microscope.  More...
09 Dec 2014

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