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AACC 2016 Sees Clinical Chemistry Labs Drive Precision Medicine Offerings
Biomarker assays to enable precision medicine and risk assessment, mass spec-based tests designed for use in clinical labs large and small, and liquid biopsy technology captured the spotlight at the AACC annual meeting.
Automated Patch Clamping Trends
Learn more about current practices, preferences and metrics in ion channel drug screening using APC technology.
New Strategy Holds Promise for Detecting Bacterial Infections
The NIH study could improve diagnosis, treatment for infants with fevers.
Microbial Analysis of MilkTrucks
A microbial study of milk trucks aims to improve dairy food safety and quality.
New Method of Cancer Immunotherapy
Stanford chemists have dicovered a new form of cancer immunotherapy using sugar presence manipulation.
Unravelling the Metastatic Mechanism of Melanoma
Research has uncovered the mechanism of melanoma spreading; the findings could lead to a cure for the disease.
Diagnosing Bacterial Infections in Blood Samples
Researchers have diagnosed a bacterial infection from a blood sample in infants.
Gene Therapy Via Ultrasound
Research into a gene therapy approach called sonoporation could help combat heart disease and cancer.
Creating Embryos with 'Heteroplasmy'
New discovery in genetic research could lead to treatments for mitochondrial diseases.
Molecular Alarm Clock Wakes Resting Ovules
Study of fruit flies yields discovery of a molecular "alarm clock" that activates resting ovules.
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Applied Surface Science
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Applied Surface Science is concerned with applied physics and chemistry of surfaces and interfaces and with the atomistic description of processing, modification and characterization of surfaces, interfaces and thin films. These include growth and epitaxy, oxidation, reactivity as well as surface modification by directed energy deposition (lasers, ion or electron beams) or other techniques (i.e. plasma etching). Important areas in the field are electronic materials, (i.e. semiconductors, organic films, ceramics) and chemical processes at surfaces, (i.e. catalysis, corrosion, reactivity).

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