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LabCorp Completes and Publishes a Clinical Study
Published: Thursday, August 09, 2012
Last Updated: Thursday, August 09, 2012
Publication of a clinical study for the development and validation of a PCR assay for the diagnosis of bacterial vaginosis.
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Indiana Biosciences Research Institute Unveiled
Purdue University part of first industry-led collaborative life sciences research institute in the United States.
NIH to Fund Clinical Research Network on Antibacterial Resistance
Researchers at Duke University will lead the initiative.
Enzyme-Activating Antibodies Revealed As Marker for Severe Rheumatoid Arthritis
Finding could lead to earlier diagnosis and new, more aggressive treatment for worst cases.
Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai and Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute Collaborate
Partnership will accelerate the pace of discovery and innovation in Biomedical Sciences.
NIH Researchers Conduct First Genomic Survey of Human Skin Fungal Diversity
Location on the body surface determines fungal composition with the greatest diversity on feet.
App Helps Doctors, Students Learn to Diagnose Neurological Symptoms and Disease
The new app that presents a novel approach to learning the neurological physical exam, a challenging series of assessments aimed at diagnosing neurological disorders in patients.
Flu in Pregnancy May Quadruple Child’s Risk for Bipolar Disorder
NIH-funded study adds to evidence of overlap with Schizophrenia.
A Cautionary Tale on Genome-Sequencing Diagnostics for Rare Diseases
Studies in several children have raising new questions about inheritance, genomic sequencing, and diagnostic.
Mass Spectrometry-Based Proteomics in Molecular Diagnostics: Discovery of Cancer Biomarkers Using Tissue Culture
Rapid development of MS-based proteomic techniques in the last decade that has immensely helped researchers in candidate biomarker discovery.
Agilent Technologies Announces Winner of Fifth Annual Early Career Professor Award
Assistant Professor at Northwestern Recognized for Cancer Diagnostics Research.
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