Clinical Chemistry

Clinical Chemistry

The function of diagnostic reagents for in-vitro clinical applications

Without question, the reagents used in diagnostic testing assays are one of the most fundamental and critical components necessary for a medical laboratory to properly function. Without them, a laboratory (Read the full article)

Clinical Chemistry

Scientists find way to make disease-causing proteins vulnerable to drugs

One of the most daunting challenges facing pharmaceutical scientists today are “undruggable proteins”—the approximately 80% of proteins involved in human disease that do not interact with current drugs. Yale University (Read the full article)

Clinical Chemistry

Hidden Vitamin in Milk Yields Remarkable Health Benefits

A novel form of vitamin B3 found in milk in small quantities produces remarkable health benefits in mice when high doses are administered, according to a new study conducted by (Read the full article)