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Immunoassays – News and Features

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Mussels Inspire Wastewater Innovation That's a Win for Sustainability and Industry

A new nanoporous membrane allows highly efficient separation of wastewater components for reuse, offering industries sustainability and added-value benefits.
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New Test Quickly and Accurately Detects Airway Eosinophilia

Based on decades of work to uncover the underlying mechanisms of asthma and other respiratory conditions, researchers have produced a simple, rapid test that can identify the presence of a key driver of severe asthma.
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Green Tea Compound May Prevent and Treat Uterine Fibroids

According to research, a green tea compound called epigallocatechin gallate could be promising for both preventing and treating uterine fibroids.
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Industry Insight

Failing Faster To Succeed Sooner in Drug Discovery

Revvity announced its newly established Scientific Centre of Excellence in Cambridge, where scientists can outsource their research needs to Revvity experts. Technology Networks visited the site to learn more about how Revvity is supporting its customers in their drug discovery efforts.
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Novel Approach Developed To Predict Resistance Against Cancer Therapy

A specific combination of oncogenes found to support cancer growth and survival, resulting in unfavourable treatment outcome.
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Novel Biosensor Developed To Detect Neurodegenerative Disease Proteins

By combining multiple advanced technologies into a single system, EPFL researchers have made a significant step forward in diagnosing neurodegenerative diseases such as Parkinson's disease and Alzheimer's disease.
Wilms' tumor.

Tumor Metabolism Atlas Sheds Light on How Tumors Function

An atlas that catalogues gene activity and the levels of small molecules called metabolites in tumor samples offers a new way of identifying the deep mechanisms of cancer.
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Pregnancy Hormone Repairs MS Nerve Damage in Mouse Model

University of California Los Angeles (UCLA) Health scientists discover that treating a mouse model of multiple sclerosis (MS) with estriol reverses the breakdown of myelin in the cortex of the brain. The research is published in Laboratory Investigation.
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New Tool Improves Detection of Cervical Precancerous Lesions

Recently, scientists developed a new technology for early screening and monitoring of cervical precancerous lesions.
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Brain Imaging Study Explores What Makes Some News Go Viral

Study suggests that social media users are likely to share posts that contain information that they feel is relevant to themselves or to the people they know.