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Subspecialties Oncology

A Diverse Set of Discoveries

| George Francis Lee | 3 min read

How do ethnicity and race affect the mechanisms behind liver cancer?

Diagnostics COVID-19

Doggy Diagnostics

| George Francis Lee | 3 min read

Can man’s best friend beat gold standard testing?

Subspecialties Oncology

EVs for Ovarian Cancer Diagnosis

| Georgia Hulme

Three proteins identified as biomarkers for high-grade serous ovarian carcinoma

Diagnostics Genetics and epigenetics

A Rare Resolve

| Georgia Hulme | 5 min read

The Acute Care Genomics program has combined whole genome sequencing with multiomics to provide more rapid rare disease diagnoses

Inside the Lab Digital and computational pathology

Survey Says…

| Georgia Hulme

A different perspective on digital pathology adoption

Outside the Lab Regulation and standards

Lead by the Heart

| Georgia Hulme | 3 min read

How exposure to contaminant metals increases the risk of cardiovascular disease

Diagnostics COVID-19

Bat News: Pandemic Potential

| George Francis Lee | 2 min read

Wild bats in China are carrying novel coronaviruses capable of binding to human ACE2 receptor

Subspecialties Microbiology and immunology

Sugar, AR’s Goin Down

| George Francis Lee | 3 min read

Intestinal sialic acid is crucial for bacteria effectiveness in the gut

Subspecialties Oncology

Research Roundup

| Georgia Hulme

From elephant anti-cancer genes to epigenetic drivers of CRC metastasis, we bring you the latest updates

Subspecialties Microbiology and immunology

Blood on the Brain

| George Francis Lee

Proteins that slip into the brain through blood are responsible for reversing immune cell behavior

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