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Better Access to Reagents Is Needed for Neglected Tropical Disease Research
Better Access to Reagents Is Needed for Neglected Tropical Disease Research
Andy Lane, PhD | Oct 9, 2019
Lack of critical reagents is an overlooked barrier to NTD product development
Why the Laboratory Is at the Forefront of the Global Fight against HIV
Why the Laboratory Is at the Forefront of the Global Fight against HIV
Fernando Chaves, MD | Oct 7, 2019
Laboratories have the power to improve the lives of HIV patients
Predicting and Preventing Preterm Preeclampsia
Predicting and Preventing Preterm Preeclampsia
Linh Hoang, MD, PhD | Aug 28, 2019
A shift from symptomatic diagnosis to screening promises to improve health outcomes
Why Community-Based Hospitals Are Bringing Next Generation Sequencing In-House
Why Community-Based Hospitals Are Bringing Next Generation Sequencing In-House
Luca Quagliata, PhD | Apr 25, 2019
Bringing NGS in-house saves time and resources and helps improve patient care
Boosting Lab Efficiency with Quality Management Tools
Boosting Lab Efficiency with Quality Management Tools
Danette Godfrey, MS, MT(ASCP) | Feb 28, 2019
Automated calibration, actionable reports, and web-based statistical tools bolster accuracy and efficiency
Checking Your Answers: Monitoring Immunotherapy Effectiveness with ddPCR
Checking Your Answers: Monitoring Immunotherapy Effectiveness with ddPCR
George Karlin-Neumann, PhD | Feb 13, 2019
A ddPCR-based liquid biopsy can reveal whether an immunotherapy is working within weeks
How Point-of-Care Testing Can Add Value to Healthcare Providers
How Point-of-Care Testing Can Add Value to Healthcare Providers
Christoph Pedain, PhD | Jan 30, 2019
Today’s healthcare environment demands speed, accuracy, efficiency, and improvements to patient experience
A Growing Need for Informatics Tools in Clinical Diagnostics
A Growing Need for Informatics Tools in Clinical Diagnostics
Rajeev Sehgal, MBA | Jan 16, 2019
Streamlined informatics approaches are becoming essential in ever-expanding lab networks