A new microscope slide that can be used with any optical microscope may forever change how we identify cancer cells, according to a paper published in Nature today.
A new study from the University of Colorado Boulder informs that a particular wavelength of ultraviolet (UV) light is not only very effective at destroying the virus which causes COVID-19 but can also be safely used in public spaces.
A ground-breaking technique formulated by the Prevedel Group at European Molecular Biology Laboratory (EMBL) enables neuroscientists to track live neurons deep inside the brain — or any other cell concealed within an opaque tissue.
Biotium, a leading supplier and inventor of fluorescent probes for life science research, announces the release of infrared CF®850 and CF®870 dyes.
AD is associated with progressive impairments in memory, language, orientation, and other cognitive skills that affect daily activities throughout the disease course, ultimately leading to death.
As an electromagnetic wave, light has a number of fundamental properties, including wavelength, intensity, phase, and polarization (the oscillation direction of the light waves).
New “maps” of hundreds of thousands of cells linked to inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) provide newer insights on their effects on intestinal tissues via a newly employed imaging method known as “imaging mass cytometry.”
A team of scientists at Umeå University has recently proven a technique by which particular cell types in human organs can be examined with micrometer precision.
Without the prospect of herd immunity on the immediate horizon, speedy detection for COVID-19 remains imperative for helping to curb the pandemic. Point-of-care testing that can provide immediate results is an urgent need.
Colorectal polyps—fleshy growths occurring in the lining of the colon or rectum—are an important risk factor for colorectal cancer.