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"The availability of a serologic assay with a more rapid turnaround time will aid clinical management in appropriately tested patients and reduce the current burden on public health laboratories performing Zika testing."
"The power of this gene expression assay is that it allows oncologists to provide personalized assessment of a patient's risk of breast cancer recurrence and potential benefit from chemotherapy based on the unique DNA of each individ...
Among the more than 40 Mayo studies and presentations featured were: "Pancreatic Cancer Detection by Plasma Assay of Novel Methylated DNA Markers: A Case-Control Study" Embargoed until presentation on Monday, May 20, from noon to 2 p...
Free light chain levels can be measured by using a serum free light chain assay, a simple blood test.
He says the assay could eliminate the need for bisulfite conversion of DNA, fluorescent labeling, and polymerase chain reaction (PCR).
Borges also developed an assay that can be used to measure the amount of PRKD1 that is silenced in patients' breast tumors.
To overcome this, researchers at the Center on Aging developed an extremely precise assay that can distinguish between unique amino acid sequence features, or "fingerprints" of GDF11 and myostatin.
After looking at them, the chiropractor urged Reilly to get an enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay test , confirmed by a Western blot test , to check for Lyme disease .
"We've collaborated with experts at Oxford University in MOG antibody testing to optimize our assay."
., a neuroscientist at the University of Florida, who is the study's senior investigator and the developer of the neurofilament assay used in the study.
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