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3a-diagnostics biosensors: Disease detection using chewing gum

3a-diagnostics GmbH is developing a class of next-generation diagnostic tools using biosensors to optimise at-home-diagnosis as an early, self-check of diseases including COVID-19, periodontitis,...

Achiko: Healthcare innovations for easy COVID-19 management

Specialising in research, innovation, biotechnology, healthcare, and mobile application development, Achiko provides a multi-faceted diagnostic approach to infection control and COVID-19 management. Managing the COVID-19...
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Blood test could improve prostate cancer screening

Researchers have developed a new blood test with the aim of improving the prostate cancer screening process. Researchers at Karolinska Institutet in Sweden developed the...
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Researchers develop non-invasive test to diagnose coeliac disease

A new, non-invasive method for diagnosing coeliac disease has been developed by researchers. In collaboration with the Biodonostia and Biocruces Institutes and the Txagorritxu and...
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Tests developed to detect brain tumours in urine and blood plasma

Scientists have developed a world-first test to detect brain tumours using urine samples. Researchers at the Cancer Research UK Cambridge Institute have demonstrated a way...
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Questionnaire can detect autism in toddlers, study finds

A short questionnaire could be used to detect autism in toddlers, new research has suggested. Researchers from the University of Cambridge have determined that autism...
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Blood test developed to distinguish patients with frontotemporal dementia

Scientists have demonstrated, for the first time, that a blood test is able to detect frontotemporal dementia. Researchers from the University of Eastern Finland have...
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Project launched to create Type 3c diabetes blood test

A new research partnership has been launched with the aim of developing a blood test to detect Type 3c diabetes. The University of Liverpool has...
Precise Rapid Testing: the key to reopening Germany’s economy

Precise Rapid Testing: the key to reopening Germany’s economy

Following the revelation that antigen tests are increasingly inaccurate, XPhyto Therapeutics have the solution, a point-of-care PCR test that yields results in only 25...
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Phone screens can be used to accurately detect COVID-19

Taking a sample from mobile phone screens is as accurate at testing for COVID-19 as antigen lateral flow tests, new research suggests. The new screening...
Testing for COVID-19 with saliva

Testing for COVID-19 with saliva

Detecting COVID-19 could be improved with the addition of a simple processing step for saliva samples, which would eliminate the challenges of nasopharyngeal testing...
On-chip PCR test enables ultrafast point-of-care diagnosis

On-chip PCR test enables ultrafast point-of-care diagnosis

An ultrafast, on-chip PCR test has been developed that enables fast, point-of-care diagnosis, and could speed diagnosis during current and future pandemics. A team of...
High-tech, ultrasonic vibrating needles could transform cancer diagnostics

High-tech, ultrasonic vibrating needles could transform cancer diagnostics

Researchers have modified the standard biopsy needle to create a high-tech needle that can improve cancer diagnostics and reduce discomfort for patients. Currently, cancer diagnosis...
New test can detect COVID-19 even after mutation

New test can detect COVID-19 even after mutation

A new COVID-19 diagnostic test has been developed that can detect the virus even after it has mutated. A team of scientists led by Nanyang...
New method developed to diagnose concussion using saliva

New method developed to diagnose concussion using saliva

A study of top UK rugby players has identified a new method of accurately diagnosing concussion using saliva which will help develop the first...
Skin swabs could be sufficient for detecting COVID-19

Skin swabs could be sufficient for detecting COVID-19

New research has demonstrated that non-invasive skin swabs could be sufficient for detecting COVID-19. A team of researchers at the University of Surrey have teamed...
Analysis shows 99.9% accuracy of lateral flow tests for COVID-19

Analysis shows 99.9% accuracy of lateral flow tests for COVID-19

A new analysis has shown that lateral flow device tests for COVID-19 have an accuracy of 99.9% with an extremely low rate of false...
XPhyto’s new PCR test has potential to transform diagnostics

XPhyto’s new PCR test has potential to transform diagnostics

XPhyto Therapeutics has developed an innovative, rapid COVID-19 PCR test that has the potential to completely transform diagnostics. Picture this pleasing scenario: you are exiting...
Reducing antibiotic prescribing with rapid POC respiratory infection test

Reducing antibiotic prescribing with rapid POC respiratory infection test

A new study has suggested that a rapid point-of-care diagnostic test for respiratory infections could help to reduce prescribing of antibiotics. There are currently very...
XPhyto’s moonshot aims to disrupt PCR testing  

XPhyto’s moonshot aims to disrupt PCR testing  

A technological evolution – defined by speed and precision – could soon transform the US $84.4bn COVID-19 diagnostics market. Vancouver-based life sciences company XPhyto Therapeutics...

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