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Biomarkers – News and Features

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News

2000-Year-Old White Wine Discovered in Roman Tomb

The world's oldest wine has been discovered in a Roman tomb, where it had been used in a funerary ritual.
A thin electronic sensor on a gloved finger.
News

New “Smart Bandages” Have Potential to Revolutionize the Treatment of Chronic Wounds

"Smart bandages" that can automatically sense and respond to changes in a wound could revolutionize chronic wound treatment, including diabetic ulcers and surgical wounds.
Neurons that look like cobwebs.
News

Rare Gene Variant Slows Alzheimer's

In an extended family with an inherited form of early-onset Alzheimer’s disease, 27 family members who carried one copy of the APOE3 Christchurch genetic variant had a five-year delayed disease onset compared to those who did not have the variant.
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News

Nanodroplets and Ultrasound Beams Trigger Drug Delivery at Exactly the Right Spot

In preclinical experiments, researchers optimized a targeted drug delivery method where nanocarriers release their cargo at exactly the desired location.
Cells.
News

Immune Biomarker May Help Detect Ovarian Cancer Two to Four Years Earlier

Researchers at Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP) announced the discovery of a novel immune-based biomarker that could pave the way for potential lifesaving early detection of high-grade ovarian cancer (HGOC).
John Lesica, president, chromatography and mass spectrometry at Thermo Fisher Scientific.
Industry Insight

Optimizing Analytical Tools To Accelerate Translational Research

John Lesica, president of chromatography and mass spectrometry at Thermo Fisher Scientific, joined Technology Networks for an interview at this year's American Society for Mass Spectrometry event.
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News

Nightmares and Hallucinations Could Be an Early Sign of Autoimmune Disease

Neuropsychiatric symptoms such as nightmares could be early indicators of lupus, a new study has found. Researchers argue that there needs to be greater recognition that these types of symptoms can act as an early warning sign of a disease flare.
A woman holding her stomach in pain, sitting on a bed.
News

Antimalarial Compounds Show Promise in Treating PCOS

PCOS affects 10–13% of women worldwide. A new study, published in Science, investigates the therapeutic potential of antimalarial compounds for polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS).
An immune cell attacks a pathogen, surrounded by antibodies.
News

Immune Cells Can Outlive an Organism and Age Independently

While most cell types experience a functional decline after years of proliferation and replication, T cells can proliferate seemingly indefinitely.
White outline of a human liver and blood vessels on a woman wearing a grey t-shirt.
Article

A Reflection on Global Fatty Liver Day 2024: How Organ-on-a-Chip Addresses R&D Challenges

To commemorate Global Fatty Liver Day, this article explores how organ-on-a-chip models are transforming liver disease research.
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