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What’s new in the world of pathology and laboratory medicine? We offer a rapid roundup of recent research
Exhaled particles are of greater interest than ever – so how can we turn them to our advantage for disease diagnosis?
What benefits can LED microscope light sources offer those who are still using halogen bulbs?
Precision medicine is key to every aspect of modern oncology – and comprehensive genomic profiling can help
Biosensors developed using nanoengineered porous gold may aid clinicians in early disease detection
A 70-year-old woman with multiple medical problems presented with abdominal pain – but what is the most likely diagnosis?
High-end microscope objectives transmit UV light more readily than basic lenses – but what risk do they pose to pathologists?
A new computational tool may help identify cancer driver mutations in noncoding regions of the genome
A new algorithm may help identify rare circulating tumor cells to improve liquid biopsy
We round up some of the latest developments in the world of pathology and laboratory medicine
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