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06 Feb 2023 - 09 Feb 2023

Clinical Chem.

Image: DZ-Lite c270 Benchtop Chemistry Analyzer (Photo courtesy of Carolina Liquid Chemistries)

Carolina Liquid Chemistries and Diazyme Enter Into Partnership

Carolina Liquid Chemistries, Corp. (CLC, Greensboro, NC, USA) and Diazyme Laboratories, Inc. (San Diego, CA, USA) have entered into a partnership to expand the test menu on the Diazyme DZ-Lite c270 benchtop clinical chemistry analyzer, allowing it to run both special and routine chemistries. More...
24 Jan 2023
Image: The microelectronic fibers fabricated by the thermal drawing process and its fabrics for sweat sensing (Photo courtesy of Jingxuan Wu et al)

Smart Fibers Could Allow T-Shirts to Analyze Electrolytes and Metabolites in Sweat

A team of researchers has developed a microelectronic fiber with microscopic parameters that is capable of analyzing electrolytes and metabolites in sweat. The development could pave the way for fiber-based smart clothes that offer more versatility in terms of functions, larger sensing areas, and greater comfort. More...
23 Jan 2023
MEDLAB - INFORMA
Image: The vertical electrochemical transistor is based on a new kind of electronic polymer and a vertical, instead of planar architecture (Photo courtesy of Northwestern University)

Revolutionary Transistor Could Allow Wearable Devices to Measure Sodium and Potassium in Blood

Researchers have developed a revolutionary transistor that could be suitable for lightweight, flexible, high-performance bioelectronics. The electrochemical transistor is compatible with blood and water and can amplify important signals, paving the way for its application in biomedical sensing. More...
23 Jan 2023
Image: Chek-Stix UA Diptube Liquid QC (Photo courtesy of Siemens)

Liquid-Ready QC Solution for POC Urinalysis Instruments Helps Labs Streamline Daily Operations

Healthcare and laboratory professionals need to ensure consistent and accurate results. Now, a liquid-ready urinalysis solution for use with point-of-care urinalysis instruments and reagents, including 12 parameters and hCG, aims to help labs streamline their daily operations. More...
23 Jan 2023
Image: The AU5800 fully automated biochemical analyzer (Photo courtesy of Beckman-Coulter)

Urinary NAG-Creatine Ratio Predicts Advanced Diabetic Kidney Disease

Diabetes is the leading cause of chronic kidney disease and end-stage kidney disease worldwide and becomes one of the biggest healthcare challenges of the 21st century. Microvascular complications have been identified as the common and major diabetic complications. More...
03 Jan 2023
Image: The BÜHLMANN fCAL ELISA is a microtiter based assay kit for determination of calprotectin in fecal samples (Photo courtesy of Bühlmann Laboratories)

Impact of Preanalytical Factors on Calprotectin Concentration in Stool

In inflammatory bowel disease (IBD), fecal calprotectin measurement is increasingly important in selecting patients for diagnostic endoscopy, monitoring of disease activity, and evaluation of treatment response. More...
29 Dec 2022
Image: Histopathological characteristics of immune checkpoint inhibitor–associated myocarditis (Photo courtesy of The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center)

Biomarkers Associated With Immune Checkpoint Inhibitor Myocarditis Revealed

Immune checkpoint inhibitors (ICIs) have revolutionized the treatment of various malignancies. The development and widespread use of ICIs have led to improved outcomes with a generally better tolerated side-effect profile compared with other therapies. More...
27 Dec 2022


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