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Image: Upconverting nanoparticles: With the combination of NIR-excitation (980 nanometers) and detection at a lower wavelength, the autofluorescence from biological samples is totally eliminated, and the particles are detectable through tissue sections and even in whole blood (Photo courtesy of Kaivogen Oy)

Novel Rapid Lateral Flow Assay Measures Ovarian Cancer Biomarker CA125

A radically modified lateral flow immunoassay was able to detect the ovarian cancer biomarker glycosylated CA125 in serum samples and rapidly differentiate epithelial ovarian cancer from benign endometriosis and healthy controls. More...
21 Sep 2020
Image: The Mindray BC-2800 Fully Automatic Hematology Analyzer with 19 Parameters for CBC /Blood Cell Test for Hospital Use (Photo courtesy of Mindray).

Quantitative Agglutination Determined on Automatic Hematology Analyzer

The currently available agglutination identification methods are slide methods and test tube methods. Based on the distribution, uniformity and comprehensive changes of non-aggregated cells and agglutinating cells in the liquid, the agglutination degree and strength can be determined by the naked eye. More...
16 Sep 2020
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Image: Illustration depicting the marriage of DNA nanotechnology and bioelectronics (Photo courtesy of EatFishDesign)

Biosensing Platform Diagnoses Diseases Through Single Molecule Detection

A new diagnostic approach employs a DNA origami biosensor platform coupled with a nanopore read-out that enables individual biomarker detection. More...
15 Sep 2020
Image: A test tube contains saliva that can be tested for the heart attack biomarker cardiac troponin (Photo courtesy of karenfoleyphoto).

Saliva Test Fast Tracks Heart Attack Diagnosis

 Heart attacks need urgent diagnosis, followed by treatment to restore blood flow to blocked arteries. Diagnosis is based on symptoms (such as chest pain), an electrocardiogram (ECG) and a blood test for cardiac troponin, a protein released into the blood when the heart muscle is injured. More...
07 Sep 2020
Image: A mobile phone app called HandLens was designed to read and report paper strip SHERLOCK results (Photo courtesy of Anna Lachenauer, Stanford University School of Medicine)

Rapid CRISPR/Cas Assay for Diagnosis of Viral Fevers in Low-Tech Environments

Rapid diagnostic tests for Ebola and Lassa fever viruses based on the RNA-targeting CRISPR/Cas13a complex have been tested successfully under field conditions in several African countries. More...
07 Sep 2020
Image: A magnified image captured by the device used to perform the STAR (single telomere absolute-length rapid) assay. Different fluorescent intensities reflect the length variations in individual telomere molecules (Photo courtesy of National University of Singapore).

Streamlined Method for Telomere Length Measurement Opens New Cancer Diagnostic Opportunities

In a novel approach to cancer diagnosis, researchers have developed a high-throughput digital real-time PCR method for rapidly measuring the absolute lengths and quantities of individual telomere molecules. More...
01 Sep 2020
Image: De novo prediction of cancer-associated T cell receptors for noninvasive cancer detection (Photo courtesy of UT Southwestern Medical Center).

Cancer-Associated T Cell Receptors Evaluated for Malignancy Detection

A key goal in oncology is diagnosing cancer early, when it is more treatable. Despite decades of progress, early diagnosis of asymptomatic patients remains a major challenge. Most methods for this involve detecting cancer cells, but a different approach, focused on the body’s immune response. More...
31 Aug 2020

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