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  1. Method that speeds disease detection has potential for use with portable optical readers

    Online Articles

    Tue, 30 Aug 2016

    method to speed and simplify detection of proteins in blood and plasma, opening up the potential for early infectious disease detection or cancer during a doctor's office visit. The new test, which takes about 10 minutes as opposed to two to four

  2. DISEASE DETECTION /NANOTECHNOLOGY: Optical fiber-based sensor IDs smallest virus particles

    Magazine Articles

    Sat, 1 Sep 2012

    A biosensor able to identify the smallest single virus particles (each just 6 attograms) hopes to revolutionize early disease diagnosis by providing results within minutes at the point of care.

  1. CANCER DIAGNOSIS & TREATMENT/NANOTECHNOLOGY: Nanostructures improve disease detection and photodynamic cancer therapy

    Magazine Articles

    Wed, 1 Sep 2010

    Leuven, Belgium) paves the way to early diagnostics of cancer, for example, and shows that shape matters for disease detection . Based on work done with the Catholic University of Leuven (Leuven, Belgium), Imperial College (London) and

  2. Researchers develop microfluidic chip to speed disease detection

    Video

    Fri, 18 Feb 2011

    [BLANK_AUDIO] Bio markers are key to diagnosing diseases. The, perhaps the most famous example of this is glucose for the diabetic patient, but bio markers are like a key to a door and behind this door we don't know whether or not we're healthy or diseased. But with that biomarker information we

  3. Optoacoustic Imaging/Photoacoustics: The wide-ranging benefit of photoacoustic commercialization

    Magazine Articles

    Wed, 17 Feb 2016

    headway in its development of a portable, multiwavelength photoacoustic/ultrasound system for point-of-care disease detection and treatment monitoring in oncology, rheumatology, and cardiovascular disease (see Fig. 4). Among the project

  4. Prosthetic retina offers simple solution to restoring sight

    Online Articles

    Mon, 21 May 2012

    Strathclyde, academics work with industry and the health sector to find technologies for earlier, more accurate disease detection and better treatments, as well as life-long disease prevention.###The article in Nature Photonics can be

  5. Research and Markets Adds Report: Emerging Trends in Optical Imaging Techniques for Drug Discovery, Clinical Diagnostics and Molecular Imaging

    Online Articles

    Tue, 3 Jul 2012

    Imaging describes a broad cross section of optical imaging research and clinical technology developments used for early disease detection and therapy guidance. The research service identifies and evaluates key optical imaging segments (optical coherence

  6. Guided Therapeutics Selects Eurosurgical Ltd to Distribute LuViva(TradeMark) Advanced Cervical Scan in the United Kingdom

    Online Articles

    Mon, 19 Dec 2011

    believe that Eurosurgical is ideally positioned to propel LuViva to become the gold standard of care for cervical disease detection in the U.K." "With more than 20 years of experience in women's healthcare, Eurosurgical is known for bringing

  7. Guided Therapeutics, Konica Minolta extend product licensing agreement for third year

    Online Articles

    Wed, 27 Jun 2012

    The Barretts esophagus product being developed with Konica Minolta is based on the companys noninvasive cervical disease detection technology, the LuViva Advanced Cervical Scan , which is undergoing FDA premarket approval and CE Mark review

  8. UROLOGY: ATR-FTIR gets to the core of kidney-stone development

    Online Articles

    Fri, 1 May 2009

    infrared methods can yield similar information–and also provide the molecular information required for proper disease detection . A white-light microscope image shows 30 to 40 µm calcium oxalate mineral inclusions (left). The same tissue looks blurry when

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