New research may expand the applications of terahertz (THz) imaging technology in biomedical sensing and chemical inspection.
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Setting a new standard of care for liver MRI contrast agents in patients with reduced kidney function
A ‘hot’ topic on the radar of radiologists in recent years has been the safety of the potentially toxic gadolinium-based contrast agents (GBCAs) used in magnetic resonance imaging (MRI). This is especially pertinent in the detection of focal liver lesions for patients with poor kidney function due to potentially fatal…
Researchers demonstrate a simple system using photo-cleavable prodrugs for the precise delivery of cancer treatment in mice.
Novartis has received a boost to its arsenal of cancer therapeutics after the FDA approved Pluvicto™ and complementary diagnostic imaging agent Locametz® to treat advanced prostate cancer.
New research demonstrates the potential of dual-detection impulsive vibrational spectroscopy (DIVS), an ultrafast Raman spectroscopy technique.
This application note presents Raman imaging as a tool for pharmaceutical tablet analysis.
Artificial intelligence (AI)-based image analysis tools have the potential to completely revolutionise cancer diagnostics, saving time and money by reducing the need for lab testing and expanding global access to cancer diagnostic services. Here, Pahini Pandya, CEO Panakeia Technologies, discusses such technologies and their potential benefits.
The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approves Cytalux to help identify cancerous lesions during ovarian cancer surgery.
The radionuclide treatment combines radioactive iodine therapy with single-domain antibodies to target the HER2 antigen.
This application note presents correlative Raman Imaging and Scanning Electron (RISE) microscopy as a useful tool for investigating the fine structure and chemical composition of pharmaceutical samples.
Expert view: Investigating drug carriers and in vitro models with advanced analytical imaging techniques
Dr Maike Windbergs discusses the use of Raman imaging in pharmaceutical research and the potential of combining different analytical techniques.
The application of tip-enhanced Raman spectroscopy (TERS) no longer needs to be hampered by a lack of understanding of optical parameters, thanks to new technique, say researchers.
Researchers have developed a highly sensitive technique for probing molecules that they say could enable new applications in the fields of spectroscopy.
The US FDA will fund a research project using Raman spectroscopy and mass spectrometry to study drug delivery via the skin.