An exclusive digital series focusing on the most crucial topics and issues facing today’s laboratory professionals

FISH: Fluorescence In Situ Hybridization

Fluorescence In Situ Hybridization

Fluorescence in situ hybridization (FISH) is one of the oldest cytogenetics methods. The series will explore how FISH works, what it can tell you, troubleshooting tips, applications, and more.

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The Role of SARS-CoV-2 Diagnostics in Pandemic Control

Pathogen Detection

The detection of pathogens is critical to the monitoring and prevention of disease. This series will explore how pathogen detection methods have and continue to evolve.

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Prenatal Diagnosis of Rare Diseases: The Dawn of Non-Invasive Methods

Prenatal Testing

Advances in prenatal screening and diagnosis are giving women more and more information about the health and genetic status of their fetuses. This series explores some of these latest developments in prenatal testing.

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Trends in Clinical Microbiology Diagnostic Methods

Clinical Microbiology

Quicker, more accurate diagnosis of microbial infections allows for fast treatment and prevents the overuse of antibiotics, which can lead to resistance. This series will examine some of the latest methods that are improving microbiology diagnostics.

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Trends in Point-Of-Care Testing

Point-of-Care Testing

Point-of-care testing can decrease time to treatment and improve patient outcomes. This series will discuss how rapid diagnosis of clinical conditions at the bedside is revolutionizing health care. 

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How to Implement Automation in the Lab

The Automated Lab

Automation is becoming ubiquitous across clinical laboratories. This series explores critical questions to consider when automating your lab including how to avoid common automation pitfalls, how automation can improve quality, and how it will impact staff.

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Artificial Intelligence: A Primer for the Laboratory Leader

AI in the Clinical Lab

Artificial intelligence is changing the face of health care. This series will help clinical laboratory leaders and staff navigate this new and exciting (and, for some, frightening) terrain.

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