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Toward a Faster, More Accurate Way to Diagnose Stroke
A fast diagnosis and treatment can mean the difference between life and death.
New Clinical Study on the Relationship Between Imaging and OVA1®
New analysis explores interactions between clinical risk factors used in pre-surgical assessment.
BC Team Leading Innovative Advances for Childhood Cancer Diagnostics
ChildSeq-RNA assay to identify specific genetic alterations in childhood sarcomas.
VolitionRx’s NuQ® Assays Demonstrate 80% Detection Rate in Prostate Cancer
Study data also demonstrates ability to distinguish between prostate and colorectal cancer.
Genetic Disorder Causing Strokes, Vascular Inflammation in Children Discovered
NIH researchers have identified gene variants that cause a rare syndrome of sporadic fevers, skin rashes and recurring strokes, beginning early in childhood.
PrenaTest® is Now Applicable for Multiple Pregnancies
To be generally applied after IVF, egg donation and other infertility treatments.
Speeding Validation of Disease Targets
NIH, industry and non-profits join forces to develop new treatments earlier, beginning with Alzheimer’s, type 2 diabetes, and autoimmune disorders.
Defending Ourselves by Keeping ‘Junk DNA’ Quiet
By genome-wide mapping in two mutant cell lines, the Meehan lab shows that loss of DNA methylation is coincident with specific activation of the IAP endogenous retroposon and the appearance of virus like particles.
Protein-Measurement Technique’s Could Standardize Quantification of the Human Proteome
Novel method could alleviate bottleneck in bringing cancer biomarkers to the clinic and increase reproducibility of pre-clinical research.
Application of MALDI-TOF Mass Spectrometry in Clinical Virology
MS methods can be used currently for viral diagnosis but refinement of technology will be an important approach for the introduction of MALDI-TOF in routine viral diagnosis.
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