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Cytology

Diagnostics Oncology

The PDAC Key

| Michael Schubert

Pancreatic cancer cells don’t seem to rely on EMT for metastasis – but it plays a key role in their ability to resist our best chemotherapy options

Diagnostics Oncology

Tracking the Transition

| Dingcheng Gao

A triple-transgenic mouse model allows researchers to trace the lineage of EMT tumor cells, and reveals the transition’s surprising lack of significance in metastasis

Diagnostics Oncology

Proceed With Caution

| Shyamala Maheswaran

Two recent studies on EMT may revise the field’s understanding of the process – but it’s important to keep in mind both the breakthroughs and the limitations of the work

Diagnostics Oncology

Cells on the (Invasion) Front Lines

| Michael Schubert

Long thought to be a key component of the metastatic process, researchers are now questioning long-held beliefs of the role of epithelial-to-mesenchymal transition

Outside the Lab Hematology

Variations on a Drop

| James Nichols

This manuscript describes the variability of complete blood count (CBC) results in a fingerstick capillary sample.

Inside the Lab Oncology

Recurrence Ratio

| Michael Schubert

In patients with early-stage breast cancer, the neutrophil-to-lymphocyte ratio may indicate future risk of recurrence

Diagnostics Cytology

Cracking the Case of Brittle Bones

| Michael Schubert

An excess of osteoclasts is the culprit behind brittle bones in Hajdu-Cheney syndrome.

Inside the Lab Oncology

Color Power for Cancer Management

| Yael Glickman

A new staining method could offer a noninvasive alternative to cystoscopy when monitoring bladder cancer.

Inside the Lab Point of care testing

Diagnostic Dongle

| Roisin McGuigan

Smartphone accessory can test three disease markers in a drop of blood in just 15 minutes

Inside the Lab Oncology

Sorting Cells with Sound

| Roisin McGuigan

Acoustic sound waves can be used as a gentle way to filter out tumor cells in blood

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