An interview with Livia Eberlin, Assistant Professor at the University of Texas at Austin, discussing the development of mass-spectrometry based techniques for cancer diagnosis and improved clinical outcomes.
How are Avalanche Photodiodes Used in Flow Cytometry?
Evidence for Stem Cell Transplantation as a Cure for HIV-1
What is Nucleic Acid?
Monitoring the Stability of Monoclonal Antibodies
Using Fluorescence Spectroscopy to Assess Food Quality
Synthesizing Cannabis from Yeast
Screening for pancreatic cancer using artificial intelligence
Ecological framework predicts key factors that determine the efficacy of FMT
Konstanz biologists receive Ursula M. Händel Animal Welfare Prize
Harbour BioMed and Viva Biotech announce strategic collaboration to promote incubation of biotech startups
BBI Solutions welcomes UK-RTC’s approval of its AbC-19 Rapid Test for professional use
Study: ANGEL2 enzyme performs unique chemical reaction at the end of RNA molecules
Selecting the Right Hand Protection When Working With Chemotherapy Drugs
Electrophysiological Recordings of LGIC and AA Transporters
How Neuroscientists Can Use Live-Cell Analysis
Exploring Neurological Injury and Disease with Live-Cell Analysis
Live-Cell Analysis to Monitor Cancer Hallmarks
Using In-Line Raman Monitoring of Protein Crystallization
Dr. Ananya Malhotra
Dr. Ananya Malhotra speaks to News-Medical about her research into how pancreatic cancer prognosis could be improved by using artificial intelligence.
Dr. Robert M. Sargis
News-Medical speaks to Dr. Robert M. Sargis about his research into whether medication is exposing us to hormone-disrupting chemicals.
Dr. Andrea Dunaif
In this interview, Dr. Andrea Dunaif talks to News-Medical about their genetic analysis study which suggests there are different subtypes of PCOS.