The Scottish firm's product pipeline includes an identification test for bacterial gastroenteritis and genes for Carbapenem resistance.
Six out of 61 miRNAs in a prospective cardiovascular disease study could be reliably measured from plasma samples after more than a dozen years in liquid nitrogen.
Researchers found that array-based testing and exome sequencing contributed uniquely to ASD diagnosis, and that the diagnostic yield of testing was higher in complex autism cases.
A prototype chip enabled by so-called fractal circuit sensors was able to rapidly assess predictive mRNA biomarkers in donor lung tissue samples.
The new workflow uses barcoding and pooling for an eight-fold increase in throughput and an 85 percent decrease in cost per cell.
Fed up with budget slashes, job cuts, and muzzling mandates, researchers in Canada are making science a campaign issue in the upcoming elections.
A former NIH program officer says the Internet has blasted open the door for scientific publications more interested in dollars than quality research.
This Week in Science: New research into the emergence of infectious diseases, and scientists report on proteins involved in melanoma.
The hashtag #stupidcommonnames is gaining fans among scientists who find the common names of animals and plants dumb.