Metabolomics as a Diagnostic Tool in Gastroenterology
This review summarizes contributions that metabolomics has made in IBD and IBS and presents potential future directions within the field.
MR Spectroscopy Shows Differences in Brains of Preterm Infants
Premature birth appears to trigger developmental processes in the white matter of the brain that could put children at higher risk of problems later in life.
Rapid Quantification of Methamphetamine: Using ATR-FTIR and Chemometrics
Researchers have developed novel, robust methods using ATR-FTIR and partial least squares as rapid and inexpensive alternatives to the current UPLC-UV method of methamphetamine quantification.
Improved Ways of Testing Meat in the Food Chain
The horsemeat scandal has shown there is a need to improve, increase and expand current authenticity testing regimes.
IsoPlane Spectrograph Used in Raman Research
Award-winning IsoPlane spectrograph recently used in SMTERS research by Van Duyne group.
Portable NIR Spectroscopy System used to Study Dali Canvases
Analytik report on the use of the ASD LabSpec portable NIR spectroscopy system in the Centre for Sustainable Heritage at UCL.
NIR Spectroscopy Can Ensure the Safety and Purity of Dairy Products
NIR spectroscopy has been used for quality assurance purposes by the dairy industry for over 40 years.
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Emerging and Potentially Harmful Dietary Supplement Adulterant Discovered
The substance, N,alpha-diethylphenylethylamine, has a structure similar to methamphetamine and was found in a consumer dietary supplement product called Craze.
Too Gracious a Host
Scientists at the University of Toronto are using Tecan’s Infinite M200 PRO and Gas Control Module to study host-pathogen interactions for Legionella