New nanoparticle makes urine glow as soon as T cells initiate an attack on transplanted organs
A new blood test may be able to identify biomarkers in the blood that can help objectively determine how severe a patient’s pain is
Timothy Garrett, PhD, talks about the recent developments in mass spectrometry-based imaging and its growing applications, especially on the clinical side.
Metabolomics resides atop a Mount Rushmore of ‘omics’ disciplines
A new molecule could change the way traditional materials work with the body
NIH-funded team shows that introducing genetic diversity improves translatability
One of the biggest challenges in studying Alzheimer's disease thus far is the inability to watch neurofibrillary tangles develop in real time
Laboratory robotics offer new opportunities for both researchers and clinical lab workers