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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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Prebiotic reactions on minerals

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Model prebiotic reactions of formamide on granite have been followed by DESI MS imaging, showing that purine and pyrimidine nucleosides can be detected and that the mineral plays a catalytic role.

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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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Fruit fly leaves traces in olive oil

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The degree of fly attack on olive fruits has been estimated from the FTIR spectra of the oils, providing an easy way to estimate quality and protect the purity of extra virgin olive oils.

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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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Sex drugs in adulterated healthcare products

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Raman spectroscopy can be used to detect two drugs that enhance sexual potency in counterfeit healthcare products which are marketed as herbal in nature.

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