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Subspecialties


Subspecialties Clinical care

An Inside Look at the CNS

| Danielle Fortuna, Mark Curtis

Neurological disorders can be invasive and time-consuming to diagnose, but profiling cytokines in the cerebrospinal fluid can lessen that burden

Subspecialties Biochemistry and molecular biology

Jagged Little Pill (for Cancer)

| Luke Turner

A Jagged protein directly linked to cancer metastasis could be targeted to assess the aggressiveness of tumors and prevent their rapid spread

Subspecialties Genetics and epigenetics

Putting a Bug in Your Ear

| Michael Schubert

Variants in the FUT2 gene may increase susceptibility to otitis media by altering the microbiome of the middle ear

Subspecialties Microbiology and immunology

A Win-Win-Win Situation

| Bamidele Farinre

How consolidating molecular diagnostics has improved service delivery for the Great Ormond Street Hospital microbiology department

Subspecialties Microbiology and immunology

Monitoring the Microbiome

| Luke Turner

Differences in bacterial diversity in the gut could be used to identify patients with Barrett’s esophagus and esophageal cancer

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?

Subspecialties Oncology

Quick Hits

| Luke Turner

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

Subspecialties Biochemistry and molecular biology

Identifying Parkinson’s Inhibitors

| Luke Turner

An innovative approach aims to find the most effective inhibitors of α-synuclein protein aggregation, which is a leading cause of Parkinson’s disease

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

Subspecialties Analytical science

A Lasting Legacy

| Mary J. Wirth

A story of war, famine, epigenetics, and how all three colluded to change the phenotype of a generation of babies – and beyond

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