• ‘Artificial Pathologist’ Offers Speedy Evaluation Of Biopsy Samples

    Jun 01 | Diagnostics World | Using a special tissue grinder, label-free cytometry, and machine learning, researchers in Germany have come up with a way to evaluate potentially cancerous tissue without a trained human pathologist in only 30 minutes—fast enough to be done during surgery. More
  • Follow the Money: Rapid Diagnostics of Bacteria, Viruses, At-Home Blood Sampling, More

    May 30 | Diagnostics World | NIH funding for at-home test distinguishing COVID, Flu, and RSV; card enables at-home blood sampling with analysis by mail; rapid diagnostics for antibiotic susceptibility; more. More
  • AI in Pathology, Cardiology, Plus New Diagnostics Products and Partnerships

    May 24 | Diagnostics World | AI in diagnostics partnerships from Cardio Diagnostics Holdings, Paige, and Visiopharm; Quest makes RestoreU Dementia Panal nationally available; Spanish groups release prognosis calculator for multiple myeloma. Plus: new products from Thermo Scientific, Aetion, Gyros Protein Technologies, and more. More
  • New Antimicrobial Susceptibility Test Suggests Generic Z-Pak Can Cure Superbugs

    May 18 | Diagnostics World | A new antimicrobial susceptibility testing (AST) method developed by scientists at the University of California, Santa Barbara, resolves the longstanding conflict between what the gold-standard assay says will work and actual patient outcomes when it comes to selecting antibiotics. The alternative AST protocol reveals that antibiotics already widely available on the market can cure superbugs. More
  • Blinded, Randomized Clinical Trial Suggests AI ‘Near-Ready For Prime Time’

    May 16 | Diagnostics World News | In a first-of-its-kind, blinded and randomized clinical trial of artificial intelligence (AI) in cardiology, investigators at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center have shown that an “AI assistant” for assessing heart health works even better than sonographers at reading echocardiograms. The software was integrated with the institution’s picture archiving and communication system that securely stores and digitally transmits electronic images. More
  • Novel Wound Dressing Monitors For Infection In Real Time

    May 10 | Diagnostics World | Researchers in Sweden who previously introduced a hydrogel wound dressing constructed of nanocellulose that requires no changing have further improved on their innovation with the integration of a pH sensor to passively monitor for early signs of infection. In parallel, they’re working on antimicrobial substances based on lipopeptides that are showing potency against multiple types of bacteria. More
  • Researchers Build Pediatric Cancer Atlas, Envision Universal Diagnostic Potential

    May 09 | Diagnostics World | Whereas some detection and diagnosis tools search for mutations in certain genes or analyze the genome, an international group of researchers spanning Canada, the UK, and Australia has created an atlas of pediatric cancer using a machine-learning algorithm that considers the whole transcriptome. More
  • Accelerating Implementation: Unlocking the Potential of Next-Generation Sequencing

    May 05 | Diagnostics World News | Next-generation sequencing (NGS) has revolutionized molecular biology and served as a universal tool for many research avenues across the spectrum of biology. With the NGS market expanding, three key barriers—time, cost, and expertise—are holding back the potential of NGS and the full impact it could have on society, diagnostics, and precision medicine. More
  • Novel Sensor Measures What Your Smartwatch Can’t: Muscle

    May 04 | Diagnostics World News | The first-ever wearable sensor for monitoring muscle atrophy has been developed by researchers at The Ohio State University thanks to an interest in the muscle-shrinking condition by NASA, which has been funding most of the work to date. More
  • Rapid Testing Platform For Mpox Extensible To Other Emerging Pathogens

    May 02 | Diagnostics World News | Researchers at Pennsylvania State University are leading the development of a lateral flow assay for mpox (monkeypox), which in another few years could join pregnancy tests on retail pharmacy shelves. The more immediate plan is to produce a rapid, point-of-care (POC) test for low-resource settings that involves a smartphone or other small reader capable of differentiating mpox from smallpox based on the light bouncing back from gold nanoparticles underpinning the platform. More
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