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May 2013
Scientific News
Diagnosis of Bladder Cancer and Prediction of Survival by Urinary Metabolomics
Bladder cancer seems to be ideal for urinary metabolomics-based diagnosis, as urine can directly contact the cancer lesion in the bladder.
A Metabolomic Perspective on Coeliac Disease
Metabolomics has proved to be a useful complement for the characterization of several physiological and pathological conditions and offers promises as a clinical tool.
Mountain Climbing Without the Headaches
By monitoring blood flow in the brains of six climbers, researchers have identified a possible way to prevent the headaches that are a common feature of altitude sickness.
Gulf War Syndrome Observed in Veterans’ Mitochondria
UC San Diego School of Medicine researchers have demonstrated that veterans of the 1990-91 Persian Gulf War who suffer from “Gulf War illness” have impaired function of mitochondria.
What can Investigators Really Tell from Gunshot Residue?
Researchers have developed a novel approach to improve gunshot residue fingerprinting to rapidly detect a wider range of particles than existing methods.
New NIST AFM-IR Publication has Catalysis Research Implications
Anasys Instruments reports on a new publication from their nanoIR users at NIST which assess the chemical composition of a metal-organic framework with nanoscale resolution.
Studying the Dynamics of Biomacromolecules
JPK Instruments reports on the study of how force regulates the structures and conformational dynamics of biomacromolecules using AFM-based single molecule force spectroscopy.
Evaluation of Thermally Degraded Vegetable Oils using FTIR and GCMS
Researchers report a synchronised signal processing algorithm that caters both FTIR and GCMS signal for evaluation of thermally degraded vegetable oils.
Novel Blood Screen Reveals Risk of Dying Among Healthy People
Researchers have identified four biomarkers that help to identify people at high risk of dying from any disease within the next five years.
French Researchers to Identify Best Microbes for Biofuel Production
Scientists used atomic force microscopy combined with infrared spectroscopy.


















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