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In October’s Clinical Laboratory News, you’ll learn about updated guidance on drug abuse testing in children and adolescents, as well as diagnosing and staging chronic kidney disease. Additionally, CLN’s quarterly Patient Safety Focus section covers how to design a critical value list.
News of the worsening Ebola virus outbreak in West Africa has put labs in the U.S. on alert. How would your lab manage specimens from and test suspected Ebola virus patients? Join AACC for this October 7, 2–3 p.m. EDT webinar and find out how your lab should approach testing patients with suspected emerging infectious viruses.
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AACC’s certificate program Basic Concepts and Clinical Applications of Flow Cytometry, review essential requirements for designing flow cytometric protocols, and learn from experts about how flow cytometry is used in the diagnosis of immune-mediated disorders and the process of organ transplantation. Enroll today!
It's not too late to experience the exceptional education from the 2014 AACC Annual Meeting. Whether you couldn't make it to Chicago or just want to revisit a session, the entire meeting is now available to download.
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MicroRNAs measured in blood samples are promising, minimally invasive biomarker candidates, but the impact of age and gender on them is largely unknown. In this free podcast from Clinical Chemistry, Andreas Keller, PhD, sheds light on this issue.