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Molecular Diagnostics Sits at Heart of the Fight Against Coronavirus

Molecular Diagnostics Sits at Heart of the Fight Against Coronavirus

Global Biotechnology Insights
Feb 13, 2020
Thin Sensor Measures Fingerprints, Veins and Pulse Waves

Thin Sensor Measures Fingerprints, Veins and Pulse Waves

A thin image sensor that allows for both high-speed readout and high-resolution imaging.
Global Biotechnology Insights
Aug 8, 2019
Yale, Mayo Clinic to use data from wearables for drug development

Yale, Mayo Clinic to use data from wearables for drug development

This trial is one of a new breed of clinical trials which showcase the potential of patient-centered research, taking advantage of portable and comfortable medical-grade wearables and innovative big-data platforms.
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Artificial intelligence in cardiovascular imaging

Artificial intelligence in cardiovascular imaging

Medical imaging is essential for diagnosing and monitoring numerous cardiovascular conditions. While they have been of tremendous value in the past, traditional cardiovascular imaging methods are no longer meeting the requirements of patients and physicians. They can be difficult to interpret and lengthy to process, which delays time to treatment. New methods are needed to keep up with demand and provide a higher standard of care.
Global Biotechnology Insights
Dec 26, 2017
Bioelectronic medicine to treat lupus

Bioelectronic medicine to treat lupus

Researchers are conducting a clinical trial to evaluate the efficacy of bioelectronic medicine to treat pain associated with lupus, a chronic and potentially fatal autoimmune disease affecting upwards of 5 million people around the world.
Global Biotechnology Insights
Aug 28, 2017
Genome analysis with near-complete privacy possible

Genome analysis with near-complete privacy possible

Researchers used cryptography to cloak irrelevant genetic information in individuals' genomes while revealing disease-associated mutations. They say the technique could vastly improve patient privacy.
Global Biotechnology Insights
Jul 27, 2017
How CRISPR proteins find their target

How CRISPR proteins find their target

Researchers have discovered how Cas1-Cas2, the proteins responsible for the ability of the CRISPR immune system in bacteria to adapt to new viral infections, identify the site in the genome where they insert viral DNA so they can recognize it later and mount an attack.
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