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Development of Enhanced mRNA Amplification using Microfluidics
Last Updated Date: 03/15/2013

In conjunction with NCI/NIH, NIST is developing methods to improve mRNA amplification from small biological samples. Typical sample processing … more

Development of Standard Reference Materials for Vitamins B6 and B12 in Human Serum
Last Updated Date: 03/15/2013

Vitamins are essential to normal functioning of the human body because they serve as co-factors for important biological processes. Deficiencies … more

Development of a Standard Reference Material for Vitamin D in Human Serum
Last Updated Date: 03/15/2013

The prevalence of vitamin D deficiency/insufficiency within the general population is an area of concern. Vitamin D status is generally assessed … more

Uniaxial Tension Beyond Necking
Last Updated Date: 03/13/2013

This project is developing methods to extract valid tensile stress-strain data out of an ASTM E8-type test beyond the point of necking.

Comparison of Co60 Absorbed Dose for High-Dose Dosimetry
Last Updated Date: 03/13/2013

NIST participated in a recent international comparison of standards for absorbed dose to water for 60 Co gamma radiation at radiation-processing … more

Development of Proteomics-Based Methods for Protein Quantification
Last Updated Date: 03/13/2013

NIST is developing methods for the quantification of clinically-relevant protein biomarkers by mass spectrometry. Some methods are intended to … more

Improving Measurement Quality in Clinical Proteomics
Last Updated Date: 03/13/2013

Through collaboration with academic and government institutes, NIST is critically evaluating and attempting to improve measurement quality in … more

Development of Reference Methods and Reference Materials for the Determination of Cardiac Troponin I in Human Serum
Last Updated Date: 03/13/2013

Cardiac troponin I (cTnI) is considered the 'gold standard' for the diagnosis of myocardial infarction and the assessment of cardiac damage. Yet … more

Development of a Reference Measurement Procedure for C-Reactive Protein in Human Serum
Last Updated Date: 03/13/2013

C-reactive protein (CRP) levels in serum or plasma have been used as an indicator of inflammation and infection. Recent evidence also suggests … more

Development of an Amino Acid (in Solution) Standard Reference Material
Last Updated Date: 03/13/2013

Amino acids are the sequential components of proteins and many are essential to our physiological well-being. Their quantification by the … more

Dose/Dose-Rate Effects in Alanine Dosimetry
Last Updated Date: 03/13/2013

Check standards are used by the NIST Ionizing Radiation Division to monitor the performance of the alanine dosimetry system that is central to its … more

Chromatographic Separation of Unfolded Proteins for Protein Quantification
Last Updated Date: 03/13/2013

NIST is developing methods for the quantification of protein biomarkers by mass spectrometry (MS). Stable isotope labeling of proteins/peptides … more

Applications of NIST Alanine/EPR Dosimetry to the Irradiation of Blood and Blood Products
Last Updated Date: 03/13/2013

At present, irradiation of blood products with ionizing energy is the only procedure known to prevent transfusion-associated graft-versus-host … more

Advanced X-ray Systems for the Detection of Special Nuclear Materials
Last Updated Date: 03/13/2013

The Dosimetry Group provides support to the Domestic Nuclear Detection Office (DNDO) of the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) for their … more

New Reference Standards for Digital Mammography
Last Updated Date: 03/13/2013

New NIST reference mammography beams using a tungsten target and silver, rhodium, molybdenum and aluminum filters at 20 kV to 50 kV have been … more

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