Genomic epidemiology can provide insights into pathogen transmission and evolution—and facilitate better countermeasures against infectious disease.
AI is an increasingly useful tool in pathology—but its full value can only be realized in collaboration with human experts.
Genomic sequencing is almost twice as likely to yield a diagnostic result, but lags behind panel testing in speed, cost, and concordance.
A new five-metabolite blood test designed by algorithm could simplify and speed up this challenging diagnosis.
Protein levels in the vitreous humor may have the potential to support the diagnosis and staging of neurodegenerative diseases.
A simple blood test may help screen, identify, intervene, treat, monitor, and eventually, prevent PTSD.
The inexpensive POC device is a biosensor that performs COMT genotyping as a biomarker for hypnotizability.
A recent study provides insights on how to use automation and only 20 μL of a serum sample to quantify blood levels of antidepressants.
A new method for early detection of 14 cancer types based on glycosaminoglycan profiles shows promise.
More companies have begun offering neurofilament light chain blood tests as a cost-effective alternative to conventional methods.
A new test targeting changes in serum proteins can detect breast cancer up to two years before the condition would normally be diagnosed.