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Diagnostics Analytical science

An Analytical Pill

| Michael Schubert

An electronic gas-sensing capsule may increase diagnostic and monitoring accuracy in disorders of the digestive tract


Subspecialties Oncology

Quick Hits

| Luke Turner

Discover the latest in pathology and laboratory medicine with this roundup of short news stories


Outside the Lab Point of care testing

Catching the Bug

| Luke Turner

Cutting time to diagnosis for influenza from days to minutes can prevent unnecessary patient isolation and lost hospital bed space


Outside the Lab Training and education

Case of the Month

What's your diagnosis for this 50-year-old woman who has a single painless lesion to the left side of her tongue?


Diagnostics Analytical science

Sensing the Tiniest Change

| Menno Prins

New biomarker sensing technology can detect miniscule concentrations of molecules in the blood to assist with patient monitoring


Subspecialties Biochemistry and molecular biology

Journey to the Center of the Cell

| Luke Turner

A 3D model allows scientists to view live human cells in an unprecedented way, using an algorithm to display the shape and location of its structures


Inside the Lab Digital and computational pathology

(Digital) Center of Attention

| Luke Turner

As the digital pathology revolution gathers pace, five new UK centers aim to put artificial intelligence at the forefront


Diagnostics Histology

Case of the Month

Can you diagnose this testicular mass and decide which histologic finding incurs the worst prognosis?


Diagnostics Genetics and epigenetics

Biomarkers on the Brain

| Steve Clifford

A newly discovered chromosome signature offers hope to children with medulloblastoma who may not need intense therapy


Subspecialties Oncology

Kill Command for Cancer

| Luke Turner

Naturally occurring miRNA sequences can be deadly to cancer cells, but can this be ramped up to maximize toxicity?


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