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Illegal drug chemicals identified by X-rays

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The liquid chemicals used to make illegal drugs like amphetamines and to process heroin and cocaine can be identified by X-ray scattering, say Chinese researchers, providing a non-contact, non-destructive test.

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Tissue scaffold monitoring with UV probe

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The degradation of a chitosan scaffold used in tissue engineering can be monitored in situ and in real time using a fluorescent probe which is attached to chitosan before surgery and monitored afterwards.

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Sexual arousal modifies brain metabolites

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The levels of several metabolites in the female brain are altered during sexual stimulation induced by watching erotic video clips, a functional MRI study has revealed.

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Stretching the LIMS

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An article in the latest issue of The Scientist Magazine provides an overview of how scientists are using the latest laboratory information management systems (LIMS).

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Accelrys expands in lab informatics

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Accelrys, a US provider of software for scientific innovation, is aquiring Vialia, a Swiss supplier of laboratory data management systems for the chemical and pharmaceutical industries, for $5 million.

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MRI matches CT scanning for bone mineral density estimations

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MRI scanning can be used to measure bone mineral density using a standard of calcium hydroxyapatite and water, giving comparable results to quantitative computed tomography but allowing both bone and soft tissue to be imaged.

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Fast growth for global metabolomics market

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The global metabolomics market will experience double-digit growth over the next five years, with its annual revenue increasing from $343 million in 2012 to $1.5 billion in 2017.

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Secrets of suspended metabolism in indestructible invertebrates

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The molecular components of a group of invertebrates known as tardigrades have been studied by SERS, showing changes that occur when the creatures go into a state of suspended metabolism to survive extreme conditions.

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Long-term stability of human proteome

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The abundances of 31 major proteins in human plasma, measured by selected reaction monitoring mass spectrometry, remained remarkably steady over 4 months, strengthening their case to be used as disease biomarkers.

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Thermo Fisher acquires miniature NMR firm

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Thermo Fisher Scientific has acquired the US company picoSpin, developers of the world’s first miniature nuclear magnetic resonance spectrometer.

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