Features Partner Sites Information LinkXpress
Sign In
Advertise with Us


Image: The Dionex Ultimate 3000 high-performance liquid chromatography (HPLC) system (Photo courtesy of the University of Texas at Austin).

Protein Network Mutations Impact Revealed in Bowel Cancer

The role proteins play in predicting how common mutations affect proteins in the cancer cells has been investigated and also whether such proteins are important in predicting the cancer's response to treatment. More...
22 Sep 2017
Image: Histopathology of breast cancer: intraductal carcinoma, comedo type, with distended duct with intact basement membrane and central tumor necrosis (Photo courtesy of Peter Abdelmessieh, DO, MSc).

Cholesterol Diagnosis Related to Breast Cancer Risk

Breast cancer is a malignancy that begins when cells grow abnormally in breast tissue. Although men can also develop breast cancer, it is much more common in women. Among women around the globe, breast cancer is the most common cancer and the fifth most common cause of cancer death. In 2012, nearly 1.7 million new cases, a quarter of all new cancer cases in women, were diagnosed worldwide. More...
22 Sep 2017
Abbott Diagnostics
Image: Scientists measured the transport of bacteria across the colon biopsy in an Ussing chamber (Photo courtesy of Karin Söderlund Leifler).

IBS Colon Reacts Differently to Bacteria

Irritable bowel syndrome disturbs bowel function and the condition leads to repeated episodes of abdominal pain, and usually gives rise to constipation or diarrhea. Around 10% of people in Sweden suffer from IBS, and it is twice as common among women as among men. More...
21 Sep 2017
Image: A histopathology of pancreatic ductal adenocarcinoma. A moderately differentiated adenocarcinoma shows encircling of an islet and stromal desmoplasia. The desmoplasia is manifested by fibromyxoid stroma with a haphazard arrangement of cells (Photo courtesy of Pathpedia).

Combination Liquid Biopsy Diagnoses Early Cancer

Few patients with pancreatic cancer survive longer than five years, in part because most patients are identified only after their disease has progressed to an advanced stage. Most early-stage pancreatic cancers are found incidentally during an imaging scan and generally cause no symptoms. More...
20 Sep 2017
Image: A human malignant melanoma cell viewed through a fluorescent, laser-scanning confocal microscope. Invasive structures involved in metastasis appear as greenish-yellow dots, while actin (green) and vinculin (red) are components of the cell’s cytoskeleton (Photo courtesy of Vira V. Artym, PhD, PMP).

Early Stage Melanoma Identified by Simple Blood Test

Melanoma, also known as malignant melanoma, is a type of cancer that develops from the pigment-containing cells known as melanocytes. Melanomas typically occur in the skin but may rarely occur in the mouth, intestines, or eye. More...
20 Sep 2017
Image: The MasSpec Pen rapidly and accurately detects live cancer during surgery, helping improve treatment and reduce the chances of cancer recurrence (Photo courtesy of the University of Texas at Austin).

Handheld Mass Spectrometer Identifies Cancer Tissue in Seconds

A team of scientists and engineers has invented a powerful device that rapidly identifies living cancerous tissue, giving surgeons precise diagnostic information about what tissue to cut or preserve. More...
19 Sep 2017
Image: A scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of Epstein-Barr virus budding in a B cell (Photo courtesy of The Multiple Sclerosis Discovery Forum).

Epstein-Barr Virus Increases Risk of MS

While being infected at a young age with Epstein-Barr virus generally causes few, if any, symptoms, delayed exposure into adolescence or adulthood can cause infectious mononucleosis with symptoms that can be quite severe. More...
15 Sep 2017

The Pathology channel details advances in the field of Surgical Pathology and all its subspecialties, including Cytopathology and its subspecialties.
Copyright © 2000-2017 Globetech Media. All rights reserved.