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Ethnic hair products skew drug tests

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Ethnic hair products can change the susceptibility of hair to external drug contamination but race or hair colour are not to blame.

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Raman spectroscopy guides cancer therapy

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Raman spectroscopy has been used to pinpoint when cancer drugs have entered tumour cells to provide the most effective time to begin photothermal therapy.

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Using an MRI scanner to direct cancer-killing cells to tumours

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MRI scanners can be used to kill cancers, as well as locate them, according to new research published in Nature Communications.

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Dirty water in Bogota

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Extensive screening of a wide range of prescription drugs and illegal drugs in water from Bogota, Colombia, has revealed the extent of contamination, even after wastewater treatment, mirroring results from other countries.

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ACS to launch new sensor journal

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The American Chemical Society (ACS) is launching ACS Sensors, with Justin Gooding from the Unversity of New South Wales as its editor-in-chief.

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How mass spectrometry helps drug testing

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In the wake of the latest allegations of widespread drug use in athletics, a timely review has been published that examines the role played by mass spectrometry in drug testing labs.

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Contact lens contaminating proteins identified

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Proteins deposited from tear fluid onto contact lenses worn for just one day can be detected and identified, providing a novel route for studying eye conditions.

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Using the gel electrophoresis-mass spectrometric techniques, and protein material can be collected, and even to be studied after one hour, well, your post is very helpful for me. 

NMS Labs receives crime laboratory accreditation

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The US reference laboratory NMS Labs has received the American Society of Crime Laboratory Directors/Laboratory Accreditation Board International accredictation for several of its laboratories.

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New Thought Leader for Agilent

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Agilent Technologies has presented its latest Thought Leader Award to Lawrence Lesko, director of the Center for Pharmacometrics and Systems Pharmacology at the University of Florida’s College of Pharmacy in Orlando, US.

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C60 confirmed in the Milky Way

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The spectrum of a lab-made complex of C60+ and helium has provided the closest match yet to two diffuse interstellar bands in the spectra originating in the Milky Way, providing strong evidence of the existence of buckminsterfullerene in space.

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