Detecting a specific kind of protein in a blood test could help diagnose Alzheimer's disease far before symptoms begin to appear, reasearchers say.
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An eye scanner can detect biological aging, rather than your chronological age. It decodes the "record of how a person is aging at the molecular level."
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COVID-19 tests that have patients swab their own noses are as accurate as the more invasive tests that health care workers administer, a small study finds.
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Experts call for large-scale viral testing in children, contract tracing, and other actions to avoid compounding the COVID-19 crisis as schools reopen.
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When interpreting COVID-19 antibody tests, caution is key. Here, experts explain the best way to use the tests and why false positives are so concerning.
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Phosphate buffered saline could carry COVID-19 testing samples safely. That could fix a testing bottleneck due to viral transport medium shortages.
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Nearly all people hospitalized with COVID-19 develop antibodies against the virus within six days of testing positive, new research indicates.
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A proposed platform uses nanoparticles or magnetic levitation to spot a "fingerprint" for COVID-19 diagnosis and checking death risk.
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A new way to make reagents for COVID-19 testing could boost our capacity for testing and make producing future tests easier.
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