Nanogen introduces its latest enterovirus reagent, which employs
hybridisation technology designed to detect
enteroviruses-associated sequences. Enterovirus infections cause a
wide spectrum of diseases and are the most common cause...
Researchers in the UK think that knowledge of 'movement routes' is
the key to predicting patterns of spread of infectious diseases in
humans, which would enable scientists to administer effective drug
therapies that are...
Scientists have devised a way of using live' bacteria in yoghurt to
deliver therapeutics that can prevent HIV infection, potentially
opening up a new avenue for probiotic dairy to play a more
prominent role in drug delivery.
Norwegian biotechnology firm, Genpoint, is running trials of new
DNA tests for tuberculosis (TB) in which its novel DNA method aims
to cut diagnosis time, cheaper and quicker without an increase of
personnel in the health care sector.
STMicroelectronics and Mobidiag unveil a new technology that
enables rapid bacterial diagnosis. The new lab-on-a-chip
application allows a more accurate detection of infectious diseases
that will lead to better treatment choices.