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Outside the Lab Technology and innovation

Counting Chips

| Michael Schubert

A new microfluidic device may offer rapid, inexpensive blood counts from tiny samples.

Diagnostics Hematology

The Many Faces of Follicular Lymphoma

| German Ott

Follicular lymphoma is currently viewed as a single disease entity – but will recent pathologic findings redefine our perspective?

Diagnostics Hematology

Plastic Pays

| Roisin McGuigan

An all-plastic microscope for fast staining and analysis of white blood cells could allow cheap, point-of-care blood work

Outside the Lab Hematology

Multitalented Marker

| Roisin McGuigan

Cardiac troponin can be used as an independent early indicator of end-stage kidney disease, and death, new study suggests

Inside the Lab Oncology

Illuminating Idiopathic Cytopenias

| Roisin McGuigan

Genetic testing could shed light on unexplained low blood counts

Diagnostics Hematology

This Sporting Life

| Giuseppe Banfi

Physical activity is an important preanalytical variable in blood analysis and here’s why.

Subspecialties Analytical science

The Isotopic Doctor

| Frank Vanhaecke

High-precision isotopic analysis of essential metals is beginning to show real promise for medical diagnoses.

Inside the Lab Hematology

Let’s Fast in Harmony

| Mads Nybo

Why we need to harmonize fasting definitions for blood sampling

Outside the Lab Hematology

Testing Times for POC

| Kathie Hermayer, Yusheng Zhu

The accuracy and impact of POC glucose testing is raising concerns - what are the alternatives?

Inside the Lab Hematology

“Lab in a Needle” a Not Too Distant Reality?

| Roisin McGuigan

Researchers hope to create a device that can draw, process and test blood in just 30 minutes

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