HFIPS cares every aspect of human health with conducting a wide range work from basic science to have a look at mechanism, pathology and drugs of precise targeted therapy of tumors to applied technology to develop equipment for medical treatment and monitoring in medical environment.
Besides, HFIPS also carries out research work in life science like taking a unique angle to have look at molecular mechanism of animal magnetoreception.
For human health at a long-term, HFIPS also does study on green agriculture including radiation mutagenesis and molecular breeding and tries to develop technology to improve soil, fertilizer and crop.
Diabetic complication has a high incidence, which are the main factors of blindness, ulcerative amputation and cardiovascular events in adults. Most clinical detection methods are time-consuming and diagnostic tools, such as the Color Doppler ultrasonography. Therefore, there is an urgent need for corresponding early detection methods.
A research team with the Hefei Institutes of Physical Science, Chinese Academy of Sciences reported their discovery that a metabolic regulation mechanism may play a role in malignant transformation of non-alcoholic steatohepatitis to liver tumor.
Constructing hot spots using their own properties can achieve sensitive and specific detection effects, but interrogating the optimal Surface Enhanced Raman Spectroscopy (SERS) hot spots is a great challenge for SERS detection of proteins.