A recent study published in Diseases highlights matrix-assisted laser desorption ionization time of flight mass spectrometry (MALDI-TOF MS) for discovering bacterial isolates from community patient urine samples and testing the isolated germs for antibiotic susceptibility.
A study published in the journal Cells proposes a lacunarity-based quantitative analysis method for assessing the nanoscale cellular structure and homogeneity of target molecules in single-molecule localization microscopy.
A study published in Biosensors gives an overview of silicon photomultipliers and their potential in clinical and bio-photonic applications. It also compared the silicon photomultipliers with different photodetectors based on their circuit design parameters.
Techniques for identification, screening, and monitoring of respiratory disease have come under the limelight as a result of the recent outbreak of coronavirus disease (COVID-19). A recent study published in Sensors determines the possibility of gathering respiratory signals from a wearable near-infrared spectroscopy (NIRS) sensor.
A paper recently published in Biosensors demonstrated the feasibility of using a new method based on hyperspectral microscopic imaging technology and machine learning for skin cancer diagnosis.
In a study published in the Journal of Clinical Medicine, researchers used swept-source and en-face optical coherence tomography angiography images to investigate the morphological changes and density of macrophage-like cells located in the vitreoretinal interface in retinal vein occlusion-affected eyes.
Scientists have formulated a basic and rapid method to carry out optoretinography, an imaging method that assesses light-stimulated functional activity in the retina of the eye.
In a study published in Polymers, researchers proposed a tractable low-cost, structurally robust data glove with a self-calibration function and simple sensing mechanism based on a space-division multiplexed optical fiber sensor.
Scientists have developed a flexible, needle-like endoscopic imaging tool that can capture 3D microscopic images of tissue.
A new kind of holographic microscope was developed by scientists to observe the neural network in the brain.