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Beware of Poisonous Herbs

Determination of pyrrolizidine alkaloids

Beware of Poisonous Herbs

01/11/2019 - Plant based food and feed can contain toxic pyrrolizidine alkaloids (PAs) due to co-harvesting of weeds that contain PAs. Experts therefore recommend testing crops known to co-exist with PA containing weeds before use in food or feed. read...

How Modern HPLC Instruments Meet the User Requirements

Analytical Intelligence

How Modern HPLC Instruments Meet the User Requirements

01/10/2019 - Modern vehicles can no longer be imagined without them: assistance systems that support the driver. In this article, you can find out how assistance systems for analytical devices can help users in the laboratory with their work. read...

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Global Data: Biosimilars to Help Cut Costs in US Pharmaceutical Industry

USA: Market Study

Global Data: Biosimilars to Help Cut Costs in US Pharmaceutical Industry

The pharmaceutical industry is mixed on the factors that will have the greatest positive impact on the industry in 2020. Patent expiry of biologics and vertical integration highlighted are as some of the key areas of interest, says data and analytics company, Global Data. read...

What Makes Zebrafish Turn Left or Right

Brain Observations

What Makes Zebrafish Turn Left or Right

With a new imaging technique researchers were able to observe single neuron in the brains of zebrafish larvae. They used this to discover how decisions unfold in a zebrafish brain. read...

Brain-Inspired Network Detects Ordered Patterns

The Netherlands: Silicon Technology

Brain-Inspired Network Detects Ordered Patterns

A disordered network that is capable of detecting ordered patterns: it sounds contradictory, but it comes close to the way our brain works. Researchers of the University of Twente developed a brain-inspired network like this. A big step forward is that is based on silicon technology and can be operated at room temperature. read...

Silica Particles to Provide New Treatments for Obesity and Diabetes

Sweden: Molecular Sieves

Silica Particles to Provide New Treatments for Obesity and Diabetes

Engineered ingestible molecular traps created from mesoporous silica particles (MSPs) introduced to the gut can have an effect on food efficiency and metabolic risk factors. The results from studies on mice, published in Nanomedicine, demonstrate the potential to reduce the energy uptake into the body and could lead to new treatments for obesity and diabetes read...

AI Detects Low-Glucose Levels and Makes Fingerpicks Superfluous

United Kingdom: Artificial Intelligence

AI Detects Low-Glucose Levels and Makes Fingerpicks Superfluous

A new technique developed by researchers at the University of Warwick uses the latest findings of Artificial Intelligence to detect hypoglycaemic events from raw ECG signals, via wearable sensors. read...

HIV Hotspots Not Necessarily Major Source of New Infections

UK: HIV Disease Dynamics

HIV Hotspots Not Necessarily Major Source of New Infections

Areas of high HIV prevalence are often targeted for intense HIV control interventions, including treatment and prevention, to maximize their effect and reach the people in greatest need first. Researches now found that these ‘hotspots’, do not necessarily fuel the epidemic in the wider population. read...

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