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The Micro-scaffold Assisted Spatial Proteomic technique allows simultaneous whole-tissue protein mapping with excellent accuracy.
In addition to increasing the risk of fractures, low bone-mineral density impacts oral health, causing teeth to become loose and dental implants to fail.
PhD student Adam DeHollander is developing a game-playing artificial intelligence focused on emergency room efficiency.
The new method enables in-depth and high-quality proteomic profiling of large sample cohorts, especially for low-abundance proteins.
Three UB experts offer insights on how to cope with the events that have rocked Western New York during the past nine months.
UB sleep medicine specialist Amanda Hassinger offers tips for achieving more quality sleep that may help you achieve your New Year’s resolutions.
Mark O'Brian explains how Moderna's experimental vaccine treats, but doesn't prevent, the aggressive skin cancer.
The chair was established with a generous gift from UB PhD computer science alums D. Sivakumar and Uma Mahadevan.
The UB study found that most hospitalized children were unvaccinated.
The invention could benefit pharmaceutical, automotive, food processing, carbon capture and other industries.