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sensitive biosensor capable of identifying the smallest single virus particles in solution, which could advance early disease detection at the point-of-care and cut waiting for test results from weeks to minutes.
NanoSight (Amesbury, England) to quickly size and phenotype cellular vesicles for use as biomarkers for early disease detection . Their findings overcome previous limitations in the technology available for their measurement. The NTA system
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.
biomarkers need to be present compared to a conventional immunoassay. The development opens new opportunities for early disease detection and treatment—and perhaps equally important, it requires no changes for researchers and technicians: The new
Fast or accurate? Those are typically your choices for flu diagnosis. But a new biophotonics approach offers both speed and accuracy, and low cost as well—all things that are supremely helpful during outbreaks, especially because antiviral drugs are most effective in the early stages of disease.
Stratophase has wrapped up its Portable Direct Immunoassay Diagnosis Devices for Animals and Humans project, which assessed the feasibility of using a self-contained, portable detection unit that uses proprietary optical microchip technology to accurately identify the presence of foot and mouth ...
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
Bio markers are key to diagnosing diseases. perhaps the most famous example of this is glucose for the diabetic. Patient. Bio markers are lacking key to to war and behind the store we don't know whether or not we're healthy heart disease but with that bio information. We can gather. Some rich
Duke University researchers are using the surface-enhanced Raman scattering (SERS) laser method to peer into the genetic material of cells, to detect the earliest signs of disease in a single cell, and to noninvasively and optically biopsy tissue inside the body for the tell-tale traces of cancer.
"Vibrational photoacoustic" imaging technology developed at Purdue University aims to diagnose disorders such as cardiovascular disease by producing precise, three-dimensional images of structures such as plaques.