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Lateral flow assays detect a compound of interest in a compact, paper-based system. Tests such as pregnancy tests are based on lateral flow assays, with many more available for various compounds or even pathogens.
Quest Diagnostics' OVA1 ovarian cancer test cleared by the FDA

Quest Diagnostics' OVA1 ovarian cancer test cleared by the FDA

NAT gains importance as traditional testing methods become inadequate

NAT gains importance as traditional testing methods become inadequate

Study confirms inappropriate use of pain medication among the chronic pain population

Study confirms inappropriate use of pain medication among the chronic pain population

Axela introduces dotLab Amine Reactive Sensor

Axela introduces dotLab Amine Reactive Sensor

MIT cell-based sensor technology quickly detects airborne pathogens

MIT cell-based sensor technology quickly detects airborne pathogens

Cheaper drugs now closer to realization with new DropArray technology

Cheaper drugs now closer to realization with new DropArray technology

New biosensor detects avian influenza in just minutes

New biosensor detects avian influenza in just minutes

Sandia develops portable microfluidic platform to detect biotoxins

Sandia develops portable microfluidic platform to detect biotoxins

Life on Mars experiment launched

Life on Mars experiment launched

Allergen-free peanuts

Allergen-free peanuts

Scientists take a close look at early events in immune response

Scientists take a close look at early events in immune response

New type of nanoparticle created by spray pyrolysis

New type of nanoparticle created by spray pyrolysis

Cruelty-free ELISA for human insulin

Cruelty-free ELISA for human insulin

HIV patients treated with antiretroviral therapy early after infection do test negative

HIV patients treated with antiretroviral therapy early after infection do test negative

Clinical use of immunoassays not recommended as a primary means of assessing environmental fungal exposure

Clinical use of immunoassays not recommended as a primary means of assessing environmental fungal exposure