Insight
How Accurate is POC Glucose Testing?
How Accurate is POC Glucose Testing?
Oreoluwa Ogunyemi, MD | Feb 6, 2019
More than half of commercially available glucometers do not meet recommended accuracy guidelines
Pharmacogenetic Testing for Warfarin: Is it Worth the Hype?
Pharmacogenetic Testing for Warfarin: Is it Worth the Hype?
Raeesa Gupte, PhD | Jan 24, 2019
Clinical utility and cost-effectiveness are key considerations
The Therapeutic Potential of Bioengineered Bacteria
The Therapeutic Potential of Bioengineered Bacteria
Masha G. Savelieff, PhD | Jan 9, 2019
Genetically modified microbes designed to treat human disease have entered into preclinical and clinical development
Obstacles to Developing Tailored Normal Test Ranges
Obstacles to Developing Tailored Normal Test Ranges
John A. Bilello, PhD | Jan 2, 2019
Large data sets hold promise, but major challenges remain
Personalizing Care for At-Risk Asthma Patients
Personalizing Care for At-Risk Asthma Patients
Kim Collison, MSA, MT(ASCP) | Dec 19, 2018
A call to action for laboratories performing specific-IgE testing
Clinical Microbiology Meets Total Laboratory Automation
Clinical Microbiology Meets Total Laboratory Automation
Blake W. Buchan, PhD, D(ABMM) | Dec 1, 2018
In the past, specimen diversity and analytic complexity have prevented microbiology labs from adopting an automated approach
Q&A
Advances in Cell-Free DNA for Prenatal Screening
Advances in Cell-Free DNA for Prenatal Screening
Masha G. Savelieff, PhD | Dec 1, 2018
A conversation with Megan Allyse, PhD, assistant professor of biomedical ethics at Mayo Clinic
New Directions for Infant Microbiome Research
New Directions for Infant Microbiome Research
Grace Satterfield | Nov 14, 2018
What the latest studies mean for future clinical trials
Speed and Sensitivity Give qPCR the Leg Up in Certain Clinical Cases
Speed and Sensitivity Give qPCR the Leg Up in Certain Clinical Cases
Brandoch Cook | Oct 23, 2018
As laboratories and facilities continue to elevate their technology and training, it is clear that qPCR will help push microbial diagnostics into new and fertile territory.
HPLC as a Diagnostic Tool for Concussion
HPLC as a Diagnostic Tool for Concussion
Michelle Dotzert, PhD | Oct 17, 2018
High performance liquid chromatography is being used to develop a blood test for rapid, accurate concussion diagnosis