Science & Practice
Ob-gyn groups recommend testing high-risk pregnant women at first prenatal visit, advise against universal screening.
Canadian working group proposes series of candidate recommendations to standardize serum, urine protein electrophoresis and immunotyping.
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Study finds up to half of pediatric patients can be diagnosed via tissue transglutaminase antibody, immunoglobulin A testing rather than by intestinal biopsy.
Fingerprinting combined with novel method paper spray mass spectrometry makes for a noninvasive screening test that accurately detects cocaine use.
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