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Immunoassays – News and Features

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Microbial Monitoring for Biopharma Manufacturing

Contamination is a significant issue for bioprocessing as it results in loss of time, money and effort. This article will explore the pivotal role of microbial monitoring in upholding product safety and quality standards within the biopharmaceutical industry.
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News

Gold Nanoparticles Improve Accuracy of Infectious Disease Testing

Composite polymer particles adorned with gold nanoparticles could improve the accuracy of infectious disease testing, reports a new study.
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News

AI Reveals How Our Personality Influences the Expression of Our Genes

A new study is the first to measure the transcription of the entire genome in relation to human personality, showing how our personalities influence gene expression.
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News

New Lateral Flow Test Rapidly Detects Harmful “Forever Chemicals” in Drinking Water

MIT chemists have designed a sensor that detects tiny quantities of perfluoroalkyl and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS) — chemicals found in food packaging, nonstick cookware, and many other consumer products.
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Simple and Fast Point-of-Care Malaria Test Developed

Rice University researchers have developed a rapid, accurate test for diagnosing malaria that is significantly faster and easier to use than traditional tests.
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The Surprising Strength of Babies' Immune Cells

For a long time, it has been thought that a baby’s immune system is far weaker than that of an adult due to limited pathogen exposure. However, a recent paper, published in Science Immunology, has questioned these beliefs.
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How Do Immune Cells Switch From Being Killers to Forming Memories?

Reversible switch permits infection-fighting blood cells to change course to become long-lived memory cells instead of short-lived killer cells.
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Industry Insight

The Ethical Implications of AI in Scientific Publishing

As the use of generative AI tools expands, and their potential in scientific research is better understood, there are ethical considerations to be made. Dr. Dror Kolodkin-Gal explores some of the issues and potential solutions.
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Unveiling the Ocean's Genetic Secrets

The largest study of ocean DNA reveals the rich world of ocean microbes. With more than 317 million gene groups, the Catalog 1.0 is an open-source database that can drive biotechnology innovation and uncover the role of marine microbes.
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New Urine Test Could Enable Early Lung Cancer Detection

The diagnostic, which requires only a simple urine test to read the results, could make lung cancer screening more accessible worldwide.
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