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New WHO Autoantibody Reference Reagent Will Benefit SLE Patients
New WHO Autoantibody Reference Reagent Will Benefit SLE Patients
Uppsala University | Sep 9, 2019
Systemic lupus erythematosus (SLE) is a systemic rheumatic disease mainly affecting women in childbearing age, that is associated with inflammatory symptoms from multiple organs
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Companion and Complementary
Diagnostics in Oncology and Beyond
Companion and Complementary Diagnostics in Oncology and Beyond
| Sep 1, 2019
Personalized medicine is transforming health care across therapeutic areas
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Single-Cell Genomics in Disease Research and Diagnostics
Single-Cell Genomics in Disease Research and Diagnostics
Dimitry Velmeshev, Phd | Sep 1, 2019
Advances in single-cell genomics are resolving cell-type-specific features of pathological conditions
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New Test Enhances Ability to Predict Risk of Developing Cervical Cancer in HPV-Positive Women
New Test Enhances Ability to Predict Risk of Developing Cervical Cancer in HPV-Positive Women
Elsevier | Aug 12, 2019
Two-fold test is capable of detecting and determining the type of human papillomavirus infection as well as the likelihood of progressing to cancer, reports The Journal of Molecular Diagnostics
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Amyloid Is a Less Accurate Marker for Measuring Severity, Progression of Alzheimer's
Amyloid Is a Less Accurate Marker for Measuring Severity, Progression of Alzheimer's
University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine | Aug 8, 2019
Researchers find fluorodeoxyglucose (FDG) PET is a better indicator of cognitive performance when compared to PET scans that detect amyloid protein
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Blood Clotting Proteins in Urine Discovered as Biomarkers of Lupus Nephritis
Blood Clotting Proteins in Urine Discovered as Biomarkers of Lupus Nephritis
University of Houston | Aug 7, 2019
Finding could lead to better clinical disease monitoring
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Liquid Biopsy Chip Snares Circulating Tumor Cells in Blood Drops from Cancer Patients
Liquid Biopsy Chip Snares Circulating Tumor Cells in Blood Drops from Cancer Patients
Worcester Polytechnic Institute | Aug 6, 2019
WPI researcher's new liquid biopsy chip, made of carbon nanotubes, snares circulating cancer cells with far greater sensitivity and could make it possible to detect early-stage tumors, predict the course of a cancer, and monitor the effects of therapy
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Exosomes May Hold the Answer to Treating, Diagnosing Developmental Brain Disorders
Exosomes May Hold the Answer to Treating, Diagnosing Developmental Brain Disorders
The Scripps Research Institute | Jul 25, 2019
New discovery suggests cellular 'cargo' transporters play a profound role in creating brain cells and circuits
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Cancer Lab on Chip to Enable Widespread Screening, Personalized Treatment
Cancer Lab on Chip to Enable Widespread Screening, Personalized Treatment
American Institute of Physics | Jul 23, 2019
Tiny devices based on microfluidics could use bodily fluids to analyze and help treat tumors
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From Sick Care to Well Care
From Sick Care to Well Care
Clinical Lab Manager | Jul 22, 2019
How healthcare is primed for disruption