Navigation Links
Researchers look to breath to identify stress
Date:2/27/2013

atterns.

"What is clear from this study is that we were not able to discount stress. It seems sensible and prudent to test this work with more people over a range of ages in more normal settings.

"We will need to think carefully about experimental design in order to explore this potential relationship further as there are ethical issues to consider when deliberately placing volunteers under stress. Any follow up study would need to be led by experts in stress," Professor Thomas continued.

Breath profiling has become an attractive diagnostic method for clinicians, and recently researchers have found biomarkers associated with tuberculosis, multiple cancers, pulmonary disease and asthma. It is still unclear how to best manage external factors, such as diet, environment and exercise, which can affect a person's breath sample.

"It is possible that stress markers in the breath could mask or confound other key compounds that are used to diagnose a certain disease or condition, so it is important that these are accounted for," said Professor Thomas.

The researcher's initial assumptions are that stressed people breathe faster and have increased pulse rates and an elevated blood-pressure, which is likely to change their breath profile. They emphasise, however, that it is too soon to postulate the biological origins and the roles of the compounds as part of a stress-sensitive response.


'/>"/>
Contact: Michael Bishop
michael.bishop@iop.org
01-179-301-032
Institute of Physics
Source:Eurekalert

Page: 1 2

Related biology technology :

1. New England Biolabs Introduces Polbase, an Information Repository of Scientific Data for Polymerase Researchers
2. In new quantum-dot LED design, researchers turn troublesome molecules to their advantage
3. Multidisciplinary team of researchers develop world’s lightest material
4. Researchers shrink tumors and minimize side effects using tumor-homing peptide to deliver treatment
5. Innovative MetaMorph® NX Software Shatters Barriers Between Researchers and Image Analysis Goals with Exclusive Visual Workflow
6. UCLA researchers demonstrate fully printed carbon nanotube transistor circuits for displays
7. Penn and Brown researchers demonstrate earthquake friction effect at the nanoscale
8. Two Top Biological Imaging Centers Offer Powerful Free Online Tool to Researchers, Educators, and Public
9. Researchers develop one of the worlds smallest electronic circuits
10. MU researchers identify key plant immune response in fight against bacteria
11. Researchers realize high-power, narrowband terahertz source at room temperature
Post Your Comments:
*Name:
*Comment:
*Email:
(Date:1/22/2015)... Davis, California (PRWEB) January 22, 2015 ... of Accelerator Mass Spectrometry (AMS) services to the pharmaceutical ... PhD has joined the company in the position of ... 30 years of broad and valuable experience in drug ...
(Date:1/22/2015)... January 21, 2015 Cambridge Semantics, the leading ... today announced that 2014 was a record-breaking year across the ... of the Anzo Smart Data Platform and our Smart Data ... insights from diverse data which led to record growth for ...
(Date:1/22/2015)... 2015 zFlo Motion , a US ... an exciting product from a new partner. STT-Systems ... the past 15 years, with offerings in the optical-motion capture, ... IMU system (inertial measurement unit), iSen, is opening eyes around ...
(Date:1/22/2015)... NEW BRUNSWICK , Nueva Jersey , 22 ... Award for Biomedical Research abre hoy su llamada ... las personas cuya investigación científica ha hecho, o tiene ... de la salud humana. Las nominaciones se aceptarán hasta ...
Breaking Biology Technology:Eckert & Ziegler Vitalea Science appoints Mark Seymour, PhD as Director of Science & Technology 2Eckert & Ziegler Vitalea Science appoints Mark Seymour, PhD as Director of Science & Technology 3Cambridge Semantics Announces Record Results for 2014 23D Motion Capture Just Got Easy 2El Dr. Paul Janssen Award for Biomedical Research emite su llamada a los nominados para 2015 2El Dr. Paul Janssen Award for Biomedical Research emite su llamada a los nominados para 2015 3El Dr. Paul Janssen Award for Biomedical Research emite su llamada a los nominados para 2015 4
... , SAN DIEGO, Sept. 3 Gen-Probe Incorporated (Nasdaq: ... conferences: , , , Baird,s 2009 Health ... , Thomas Weisel Partners, Healthcare Conference 2009 in Boston at ... Stanley Global Healthcare Unplugged Conference in New York at 8:35 a.m. ET on September ...
... ... detection, diagnostics capabilities , ... Argonne, IL (PRWEB) September 3, 2009 -- Researchers at the ... improve the stability of antibodies. The technique could lead to better biosensors, disease ...
... NEW YORK, Sept. 3 Reportlinker.com announces that a new market research ... Proteomics: Technologies and Global Markets , , ... REPORT HIGHLIGHTS , , * ... in 2008 to an estimated $7.9 billion in 2009 and $19.4 billion ...
Cached Biology Technology:Gen-Probe to Webcast Four Upcoming Investor Presentations 2Argonne Researchers Develop Method that Aims to Stabilize Antibodies 2Argonne Researchers Develop Method that Aims to Stabilize Antibodies 3Argonne Researchers Develop Method that Aims to Stabilize Antibodies 4Reportlinker Adds Proteomics: Technologies and Global Markets Report 2Reportlinker Adds Proteomics: Technologies and Global Markets Report 3Reportlinker Adds Proteomics: Technologies and Global Markets Report 4Reportlinker Adds Proteomics: Technologies and Global Markets Report 5Reportlinker Adds Proteomics: Technologies and Global Markets Report 6Reportlinker Adds Proteomics: Technologies and Global Markets Report 7Reportlinker Adds Proteomics: Technologies and Global Markets Report 8Reportlinker Adds Proteomics: Technologies and Global Markets Report 9Reportlinker Adds Proteomics: Technologies and Global Markets Report 10Reportlinker Adds Proteomics: Technologies and Global Markets Report 11Reportlinker Adds Proteomics: Technologies and Global Markets Report 12Reportlinker Adds Proteomics: Technologies and Global Markets Report 13Reportlinker Adds Proteomics: Technologies and Global Markets Report 14Reportlinker Adds Proteomics: Technologies and Global Markets Report 15Reportlinker Adds Proteomics: Technologies and Global Markets Report 16Reportlinker Adds Proteomics: Technologies and Global Markets Report 17Reportlinker Adds Proteomics: Technologies and Global Markets Report 18Reportlinker Adds Proteomics: Technologies and Global Markets Report 19Reportlinker Adds Proteomics: Technologies and Global Markets Report 20Reportlinker Adds Proteomics: Technologies and Global Markets Report 21
(Date:12/19/2014)... , Dec. 18, 2014   LaunchKey , the first ... post-password and Internet of Things era, today announced the ... venture round was led by Metamorphic Ventures with participation ... Partners, VegasTechFund, and others.  LaunchKey has raised $4 million ...
(Date:12/17/2014)... SM announced today its completion of a Good ... current U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) regulations. This ... smart phone application trials utilizing the highest principles for ... determined to improve global healthcare access, quality, and delivery ...
(Date:12/17/2014)... , Dec. 16, 2014  Automation is fundamentally transforming the ... at international borders. Over the past decade, ePassports, biometric ... to self process through border control via eGates and ... of airports, seaports, and land borders across the globe. ...
Breaking Biology News(10 mins):LaunchKey Raises $3 Million in Additional Funding Led by Metamorphic Ventures 2LaunchKey Raises $3 Million in Additional Funding Led by Metamorphic Ventures 3HITLAB Completes GCP Audit for FDA Smart Device & App Compliance 2Automated Border Control (ABC) Transforms the Global Travel Experience With More Than 2500 ABC eGates and APC Kiosks Deployed In Airports, Seaports, and Land Borders Worldwide 2
... of functional, stable blood vessels at the site of ... the Georgia Institute of Technology have been able to ... "This study shows that bio-artificial materials are suitable ... on the study Andrs Garca, professor and Woodruff Faculty ...
... , , MILPITAS, Calif., Dec. 21 Cermetek Microelectronics, ... V.22bis modem module (2400 bits per second), is the first ... medical equipment safety. Cermetek has targeted the CH24606 as a ... for less than $15 in 1000 piece quantities. , Aside ...
... supposedly used it to guide the construction the Pyramids. The ... on it. Fictional Harvard symbologist Robert Langdon tried to unravel ... "It" is the golden ratio, a geometric proportion that ... the eye and has been the root of countless mysteries ...
Cached Biology News:Bioengineered materials promote the growth of functional vasculature, new study shows 2Bioengineered materials promote the growth of functional vasculature, new study shows 3Cermetek Introduces Medically Approved Modem Module 2Mystery of golden ratio explained 2
... T1 Thermocycler provides high speed and excellent ... with a TGradient Thermocycler can be run ... with a silver block for 48 or ... well plates or in-situ applications are available. ...
SDS-OutT SDS Precipitation Reagent...
Designed for use with the Agencourt SprintPrep 384 kit and all MCPrep reagent kits. Used with flat bottom 96-well microplates such as deep well plates used to culture bacteria....
... Ideal for staining westerns and includes stickers ... Pour spouts in each corner facilitate pouring ... be used for identification. Lid is designed ... for staining several gels simultaneously. Lid also ...
Biology Products: