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New test detects early-stage, asbestos-related pulmonary cancer
Researchers at NYU Langone Medical Center have investigated a novel protein test to detect early-stage, asbestos-related pulmonary cancer. (2011-04-04)
University of Cincinnati team to track tumor DNA through bloodstream
In a novel effort to unravel the multiple identities of glioblastoma, a team of University of Cincinnati researchers has begun sequencing individual glioblastoma genomes and tracking abnormalities through the bloodstream. (2011-04-04)
Serum test could identify lung cancer in people who never smoked
A panel of biomarkers appears to be able to identify the presence of lung cancer in the blood samples of people who have never smoked, according to data presented at the AACR 102nd Annual Meeting 2011, held here April 2-6. (2011-04-04)
Immune system may guide chemotherapy for breast cancer
A study published in Cancer Discovery, the newest journal of the American Association for Cancer Research, debuting here at the AACR 102nd Annual Meeting 2011, held April 2-6, showed how evaluating the immune response in the tumor microenvironment may help researchers better target therapy in breast cancer. (2011-04-03)
2 sets of genes predict response to lung cancer drug
Two sets of gene expression profiles predict response to a common lung cancer drug for patients that have no guiding indicators for their treatment now, scientists from the University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center report at the AACR 102nd Annual Meeting. (2011-04-02)
University of Colorado team identifies new colon cancer marker
A research team at the University of Colorado Cancer Center has identified an enzyme that could be used to diagnose colon cancer earlier. (2011-03-25)
Case Western Reserve and NeoProteomics announce exclusive option
NeoProteomics Inc., a biomarker development and software company, has secured an exclusive option agreement with Case Western Reserve University. (2011-03-25)
New technology to improve early detection and prognosis of cancer
Gentel Biosciences, a leader in proteomics tools, and Van Andel Research Institute (VARI), a biomedical research institute, jointly announce today the granting of US Patent 7,838,634 for a new method to profile changes in the glycosylation of proteins captured on the surface of an antibody array slide. (2011-03-24)
MicroRNAs: A potential new frontier for medicine
Since their discovery in the 1990s, microRNAs have proven to play a complex role in normal and abnormal functioning of many organ systems. (2011-03-23)
Validation of salivary-biomarkers for Sjogren's syndrome detection in US population
Saturday, March 19, during the IADR/AADR/CADR General Session, lead researcher A.N.M. (2011-03-17)
Researchers link novel biomarkers to asthma and COPD
Four novel biomarkers have been identified which may aid in the diagnosis and management of asthma and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, according to a study conducted by researchers in Australia, who determined the biomarkers may be used in different combinations to successfully identify patients with either of the airway diseases. (2011-03-11)
Researchers identify new biomarker for Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease, the human form of mad cow disease
Neena Singh, MD, PhD and colleagues at Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine have identified the first disease-specific biomarker for sporadic Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease (sCJD), a universally fatal, degenerative brain disease for which there is no cure. sCJD is one of the causes of dementia and typically leads to death within a year of disease onset. (2011-03-09)
New biomarker for Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease found, the human form of mad cow disease
Neena Singh, MD, PhD and colleagues at Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine have identified the first disease-specific biomarker for sporadic Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease (sCJD), a universally fatal, degenerative brain disease for which there is no cure. sCJD is one of the causes of dementia and typically leads to death within a year of disease onset. (2011-03-09)
New bowel cancer evidence calls for routine DNA repair test
Bowel cancer patients whose tumors contain defects in specific DNA repair systems are much less likely to experience tumor recurrence post surgery, results from a major clinical study have demonstrated. (2011-03-08)
National Comprehensive Cancer Network and SNM join to advance oncology imaging research
The National Comprehensive Cancer Network and the Society of Nuclear Medicine are pleased to announce a collaboration to advance research for cancer imaging and therapies. (2011-03-08)
Basque thesis investigates wide diversity within certain ovine, bovine and equine breeds
Fernando Rendo, biologist at the University of the Basque Country, has developed genetic-molecular tools, with the intention of completing the genealogical tree of certain ovine, bovine and equine breeds in the Basque Country Autonomous Community and Navarre. (2011-03-01)
Obesity may increase risk of triple-negative breast cancer
New findings published in Cancer Epidemiology, Biomarkers & Prevention, a journal of the American Association for Cancer Research, confirm the risk of breast cancer among women who are obese and not physically active, and suggests additional mechanisms beyond estrogen. (2011-03-01)
Spinal fluid proteins distinguish lyme disease from chronic fatigue syndrome
Patients who suffer from neurologic post treatment lyme disease and those with the Chronic Fatigue Syndrome report similar symptoms. (2011-02-23)
$1.9 million NIH grant supports research in the most common soft tissue tumor in children
A nearly $2 million grant from the National Institutes of Health will help investigators at Nationwide Children's Hospital search for biomarkers that may be linked to the development and outcome of hemangiomas, the most common soft tissue tumor in children. (2011-02-21)
Biomarker discovery may lead to reliable blood test for ectopic pregnancy
Researchers at the Wistar Institute report the discovery of blood-borne markers that could predict ectopic pregnancy, the leading cause of death among women in the first trimester of pregnancy. (2011-02-17)
MU researchers believe discovery could lead to testing that displaces colonoscopies
Nobody enjoys colonoscopies, including mice. University of Missouri researchers are excited about the potential of using genetic biomarkers to predict colon cancer caused by inflammation. (2011-02-16)
Discovery of blood proteins that are red flags for ectopic pregnancy
A long, urgent search for proteins in the blood of pregnant women that could be used in early diagnosis of ectopic pregnancy has resulted in discovery of biomarkers that seem to be specific enough to begin testing in clinical trials, scientists are reporting in a new study in ACS's Journal of Proteome Research. (2011-02-16)
Preliminary new blood test to detect Alzheimer's disease uncovered
UT Southwestern Medical Center scientists have helped develop a novel technology to diagnose Alzheimer's disease from blood samples long before symptoms appear. (2011-02-11)
Microsponges from seaweed may save lives
Microsponges derived from seaweed may help diagnose heart disease, cancers, HIV and other diseases quickly and at far lower cost than current clinical methods. (2011-02-09)
Allergies lower risk of low- and high-grade glioma
The more allergies one has, the lower the risk of developing low- and high-grade glioma, according to data published in Cancer Epidemiology, Biomarkers & Prevention, a journal of the American Association for Cancer Research. (2011-02-07)
Early detection of lung cancer
The earlier cancers can be detected, the better the chances of a cure. (2011-02-02)
Course correction needed for Alzheimer's therapies, experts warn
Brain researchers suggest a paradigm change is necessary to move Alzheimer's disease treatments forward. (2011-01-26)
Study of nutrition, Alzheimer's links hampered by research approach
Research is trying to determine whether Alzheimer's disease might be slowed or prevented with nutritional approaches, but a new study suggests those efforts could be improved by use of nutrient (2011-01-21)
Lower biomarker levels, less education associated with greater cognitive decline
Older adults without dementia and with lower levels in plasma of the biomarkers beta-amyloid 42/40 (protein fragments) had an increased rate of cognitive decline over a period of 9 years, according to a study in the Jan. (2011-01-18)
GEN reports on biotech acquisition deals in 2010 that topped $1 billion
The mega-mergers of 2009 did not continue into 2010. While the three biggest acquisitions in 2009 each had a price tag of more than $40 billion, only last year's top purchase got above that mark, according to an evaluation of reported deals conducted by Genetic Engineering & Biotechnology News. (2011-01-10)
An earlier start on diagnosing breast, prostate cancers
Using biological samples taken from patients and state-of-the-art biochemical techniques, a Florida State University researcher is working to identify a variety of (2011-01-10)
Engineering team invents lab-on-a-chip for fast, inexpensive blood tests
While most blood tests require shipping a vial of blood to a laboratory for analysis and waiting several days for the results, a new device invented by a team of engineers and students at URI uses just a pinprick of blood in a portable device that provides results in less than 30 minutes. (2011-01-10)
Scripps Research scientists develop groundbreaking technology to detect Alzheimer's disease
Scientists from the Florida campus of the Scripps Research Institute, have developed a novel technology that is able to detect the presence of immune molecules specific to Alzheimer's disease in patients' blood samples. (2011-01-06)
Purdue, NIST working on breathalyzers for medical diagnostics
Researchers have overcome a fundamental obstacle in developing breath-analysis technology to rapidly diagnose patients by detecting chemical compounds called (2010-12-28)
Biomarkers could predict death in AIDS patients with severe inflammation
A study in this week's PLoS Medicine suggests that AIDS patients with cryptococcal meningitis who start HIV therapy are predisposed to immune reconstitution inflammatory syndrome -- an exaggerated inflammatory immune response that kills up to one-third of affected people -- if they have biomarkers (biochemicals) in their blood showing evidence of a damaged immune system that is not capable of clearing the fungal infection. (2010-12-21)
Scientists discover powerful biomarker panel for the early detection of breast cancer
Using a new, powerful method for rapidly screening molecules associated with disease, proteomics expert Joshua LaBaer and colleagues from the Biodesign Institute at Arizona State University have identified a broad panel of 28 early predictors, or biomarkers, that may one day aid in the early diagnosis of breast cancer. (2010-12-16)
La Jolla Institute validates Type 1 diabetes computer model's predictive success through lab testing
A La Jolla Institute team, led by leading Type 1 diabetes researcher Matthias von Herrath, M.D., has demonstrated the effectiveness of a recently developed computer model in predicting key information about nasal insulin treatment regimens in Type 1 (juvenile) diabetes. (2010-12-09)
SomaLogic researchers describe revolutionary new approach to protein analysis and application to early diagnosis of lung cancer
In two papers published on Dec. 2 in the open-access scientific journal PLoS One, researchers at SomaLogic Inc. and their collaborators describe a revolutionary new approach to biomarker detection and demonstrate its potential diagnostic power in a large-scale study that identifies a panel of biomarkers that can detect lung cancer in its early -- and treatable -- stages. (2010-12-02)
Scientists propose new international cancer effort akin to Human Genome Project
Scientists are proposing an international effort, on the scale of the Human Genome Project (HGP), to identify all the proteins present in cancer cells. (2010-12-02)
Study identifies promising biomarkers for Huntington's disease that could be used to test disease-modifying treatments
A range of new clinical, functional, and neuroimaging tests make it possible to track the progression of Huntington's disease (HD) long before noticeable symptoms appear, providing useful biomarkers (indicators) that could be used in future trials to detect the effectiveness of potential disease-modifying treatments within a short time period. (2010-12-01)
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