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Our results show the possible consequences of not detecting such infections and help demonstrate the public health priority of diphtheria surveillance.
Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) has been approved by FDA for detecting rupture or leakage of an implant.
The first detector using this technique showed great promise with a wide range of explosives, including plastic explosives, because it improved sensitivity capabilities for detecting those with low vapor pressures.
Congressional committees, government agencies and others have suggested auditors assume more responsibility for detecting and disclosing violations of laws or regulations, which are commonly referred to as illegal acts.
Screening high risk groups with the NMP22[R] BladderChek([R]) Test is reported to be cost effective because of its low cost and high accuracy for detecting bladder cancer.
Astronomers are right at the verge of detecting hot Earths, according to Lin.
This study is an important evaluation of syndromic surveillance's utility in detecting an inhalational anthrax epidemic against a background of real patient presentations.
The scheme also does a better job of detecting older or more diffuse ash plumes than the method that uses only 11- and 12-[micro]m readings, says Ellrod.
Detecting human respiratory coronaviruses requires molecular techniques because of difficulties in virus culture and lack of an assay to detect intracellular antigens or others serologic assay.
At the heart of the device is a V-shaped silicon cantilever, 180 micrometers long by 25 micrometers wide, Researchers already use such microcantilevers for detecting minute quantities of biological molecules such as DNA and proteins (SN: 10/13/01, p.
AS&E's patented Z(R) Backscatter(TM) X-ray detection systems have a higher probability of detecting liquid and other types of explosives than other X-ray systems on the market.