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Hematology

Inside the Lab Hematology

In a Spin

A piece of paper and some string could be the low-cost solution to centrifugation

Outside the Lab Hematology

Troponin at the Heart of it

| William Aryitey

Could cardiac troponin levels track more than just damage in the heart?

Subspecialties Analytical science

Under Pressure

| David Bruns, James Harrison, Garrett Mullins

Transporting blood through pneumatic tube systems may have a bigger impact on samples than we thought

Outside the Lab Analytical science

Mass Spec Targets Routine Diagnostics

| R Neil Dalton & Charles Turner

Exquisite sensitivity and specificity gives MS the edge in clinical applications

Subspecialties Analytical science

Detecting Dangerous Deposits

| Joanna Cummings

Tandem mass spectrometry could improve detection of amyloidosis-causing proteins

Subspecialties Profession

Trials and Transplantations

| Michael Schubert

Alejandro Madrigal, Scientific Research Director at Anthony Nolan, London, UK

Outside the Lab Screening and monitoring

Micro Sample, Maximum Outcome

Next-generation microsampling overcomes limitations of traditional DBS and wet sampling.

Outside the Lab Clinical care

Picking Out Parasites

| Michael Schubert

A new microfluidic device offers quick, affordable trypanosome detection and separation in the field

Inside the Lab Laboratory management

Power to the People

| Michael Schubert

Direct-to-consumer lab tests offer low cost and convenience, but can the results they return be relied upon?

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.

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