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Blood test can predict gut microbes diversity

Blood test can predict gut microbes diversity

Scientists at the Institute for Systems Biology (ISB) in Seattle, USA, have developed a way to predict the diversity of microbes in an individual’s gut by examining certain chemicals in the blood.The researchers explored the link between some small molecules present in a person’s blood, and the number of strains of microbes in their gut.

Blood test may diagnose brain cancer five years early

Blood test may diagnose brain cancer five years early

The fear of cancer is still a little over all over the world. This is the reason why continuous screening of the cancer is being done. According to the latest news, scientists have claimed to have detected brain cancer almost five years ago.According to a research, a special blood test will tell Brain Cancer nearly

Skin Cancers can Detect by New Gene-Based Blood Tests

Skin Cancers can Detect by New Gene-Based Blood Tests in New York. The new blood tests, which take only 48 hours, are currently only available for research purposes. Having quick and accurate monitoring tools for all types of metastatic melanoma, the medical term for the disease, may make it easier for physicians to detect early

Chilean engineer develops early cancer detection system

Santiago: A Chilean engineer has developed an early cancer detection system based on a simple blood test. The technology is based on a diagnostic test to detect microRNA, small molecules of genetic material which function as a biomarker for various types of pathologies, Xinhua news agency reported citing local daily La Tercera. “We are now