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MicroRNA plasma markers for small-for-gestational-age (SGA) births

A set of microRNAs for predicting small-for-gestational-age (SGA) births based on the measurement of maternal blood samples taken in early pregnancy (gestation week 12 onwards).

Machine learning tool stratifying early and late Alzheimer's disease (ApV)

A tool for predicting Alzheimer’s Disease (AD) with greater accuracy than conventional methods.

MicroRNA Biomarkers for ectopic or intrauterine pregnancy

MicroRNA are important gene regulators and their expression profiles change with pathophysiology, allowing their use as biomarkers. Imperial researchers have identified differential markers that can distinguish pregnancy of unknown location (PUL).

Transcutaneous fluorescence spectroscopy to assess gut permeability and gastric emptying rate

The present invention relates to a device and methods for non-invasive measurement of gut permeability and gastric empyting rate.

SPARTA: Single Particle Automated Raman Trapping Analysis

SPARTA™ is a comprehensive nanoparticle analysis platform based on Raman spectroscopy providing simultaneous size, composition, and functionalisation analysis, as well as allowing live monitoring of dynamic reactions occurring on the surface of individual particles.

MicroRNA plasma markers for preterm labour

Suite of microRNAs for predicting cervical shortening and preterm birth that can be measured from blood samples taken in early pregnancy (from gestation week 12 onwards).

Aptamer-based multiplex screening platform

A fully flexible, scalable and low-cost detection platform to sense multiple protein targets simultaneously by grafting specific sequences along the backbone of a double-stranded DNA carrier.

Smartphone Ballistocardiogram App

Smart phone Ballistocardiography (BCG) is a novel measurement method that requires fewer sensors (≥ 1) placed above the heart. It measures the physical movement of the chest due to the heart beating rather than electrical signals measured by ECG. Due to this neat mechanism, conductive gel is not required.

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