New research suggests it may be possible to quickly and accurately diagnose drug-resistant bacteria utilizing equipment already owned by hospitals.
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Processing of the samples in molecular diagnostics is complex and labor-intensive. Here, the authors present a prototype of a versatile and integrated platform for the detection of pathogens in various liquid media.
Read our report from the second state-of-the-art symposium on nontuberculosis mycobacteria (NTM) infections covering diagnosis, biology, epidemiology and more.
How can we ensure products remain pathogen free? In this editorial, the authors discuss the most common causes of food-borne illnesses, methods by which contamination is traditionally detected and what current research has to offer, specifically in the field of nanoscience.
This opinion piece discusses the many challenges inherent in caring for HIV+ individuals with new-onset seizure. With more questions than answers in both resource-limited settings and more developed medical environments what do we need to elucidate going forwards?
With TB still presenting a major health problem across the globe, we spoke to Timothy Rodwell about the challenges currently facing TB diagnostics and his work as acting head of the TB Program at FIND.
In this interview to mark World TB Day Madhukar Pai discusses the challenges surrounding TB case detection and the future of TB diagnostics.
Editor, Martha Powell, speaks to Rob Aldridge about his research in infectious disease epidemiology and identifying the health inequalities faced by vulnerable and marginalized populations.
Researchers have demonstrated that MRI scans could help to diagnose patients with cognitive problems due to HIV-related inflammation, presenting an alternative to lumbar punctures.