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Diagnostics Analytical science

A Sketch For Success

| Sophie Zaaijer

MinION sketching allows simple, quick DNA re-idenitification

Diagnostics Oncology

Has Tumor Profiling Caught Up to Cancer?

| Scott Skibo

Is ddPCR the solution to late genetic results and delayed treatment?

Diagnostics Omics

Move Out of the Tunnel… and into the Light!

| João Barbosa-Breda

Metabolomics may hold the key to boosting the speed of glaucoma diagnosis

Diagnostics Oncology

Brightening the Forecast for Skin Cancer

| William Aryitey

Testing ctDNA in the blood could aid in predicting relapse risk for melanoma patients

Diagnostics Analytical science

Pixel Perfect

| William Aryitey

Improving on-chip tissue sample analysis with pixelated RT-LAMP

Diagnostics Oncology

Making a Difference with Microdeletions

| Rosemary Sutton and Toby Trahair

A higher survival rate and more accurate prognosis may come from testing tiny genetic alterations

Diagnostics Genetics and epigenetics

An Answer Out of Time

| Alan M. Lambowitz, Jennifer Stamos, Alfred M. Lantzsch, and Yidan Qin

Ancestral functions of the TGIRT enzyme could help the hunt for better liquid biopsy for RNA

Diagnostics Point of care testing

Acid Test

| Michael Mason

Testing DNA/RNA from living organisms is now as easy as using a dipstick

Diagnostics Screening and monitoring

A Breath of Fresh Air

| Michael Schubert

Particles from your breath could offer diagnostic value for small airway diseases

Diagnostics Clinical care

Beyond the Brain

| Michael Schubert

Skin samples can reveal infectious prions, but may also risk iatrogenic transmission

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