Investigating authenticity and tracing origin with isotope fingerprints

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Isotope Ratio Mass Spectrometry (IRMS) works by detecting the “isotope fingerprint” of a sample, a unique chemical signature that changes from sample to sample.

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Microfluidics for Single Cell Analysis of CTCs

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Here we take a look at the use of microfluidic devices in the isolation and analysis of circulating tumor cells.

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The Role of AI in Pathology

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We spoke to David West Jr. to learn about the role that digital pathology software can play in the lab, the benefits it can bring, and what the future may hold for pathology.

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How Metabolomic Biomarker Networks Could Help Diagnose Bladder Cancer

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We spoke to Dr. Maximilian Zucker to learn more metabolomic biomarker networks and the role that they could play in the future of diagnostics.

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Head Trauma in Adolescence Increases Risk of Developing Multiple Sclerosis

Head Trauma in Adolescence Increases Risk of Developing Multiple Sclerosis

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Researchers used medical records to identify concussion treated in hospital among children from birth to age 10 years; and in adolescence from ages 11 to 20. The risk of MS in later adulthood was examined for these two groups.

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Mechanism of ApoE4 Gene Toxicity in Alzheimer's Disease Neurodegeneration Solved
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ApoE4 exacerbates the brain damage caused by toxic tangles of Alzheimer's-associated protein, tau.

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University of Huddersfield Honorary Award Goes to RSC’s First Woman President
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The first woman President of the Royal Society of Chemistry, Professor Lesley Yellowlees, will collect an honorary award from University of Huddersfield, which will be presented at the University’s November Award Ceremonies.

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Drug Discovery Alliance Formed to Help Increase Drug Development Success Rate
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Two prominent preclinical safety companies have launched a unique European alliance to address the high safety-related failure rate in drug development.

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