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Image: Immunochemistry of bone marrow biopsy from an acute myeloid leukemia patient showing sheets of CD34 positive cells; corresponding bone marrow aspirate showed only 20% blasts (Photo courtesy of All India Institute of Medical Sciences).

Immunohistochemistry Assesses Early Response in Acute Myeloid Leukemia

Acute myeloid leukemia is a heterogeneous disease with respect to prognosis and early response assessment has an established role as predictor of remission rate, and overall and disease-free survival.  More...
27 Aug 2015

Successful Transport of Blood Samples with Small Drones

A proof-of-concept, initial study has shown that small unmanned aerial systems could potentially be used to transport clinical blood specimens for diagnostics without damage to the specimens.  More...
18 Aug 2015
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FDA Cleared Blood Lead Testing System Displayed at AACC

US Food and Drug Administration 510(k) clearance has been given for a new compact, relatively low cost analyzer to quantify lead levels in blood.   More...
27 Jul 2015

Rapid Automated Immunoassay for HTLV I/II Antibodies Now Available

An automated immunoassay for the detection of antibodies against human T-lymphotropic virus I or II in donated blood and routine diagnostic samples and is now available for use by blood centers and clinical laboratories.  More...
06 Aug 2015

Long-Lived Antibody-Producing Cells Identified in Bone Marrow

A distinct set of long-lived antibody-producing cells have been identified in the human bone marrow that function as an immune archive.  More...
04 Aug 2015

Preoperative Blood Cell Ratios Predict Endometrial Cancer Survival

The variations in systemic inflammatory response biomarker levels have been associated with adverse clinical outcome in various malignancies and the host response to malignant tumors is characterized by systemic inflammation, resulting in a relative thrombocytosis, neutrophilia and lymphocytopenia.   More...
03 Aug 2015

Magnetic Resonance Improves Approach to Measuring Hemostasis Parameters

Two studies evaluating a magnetic resonance based detector for hemostasis measurements found its multiplex results to be rapid and accurate using lower blood volumes.   More...
22 Jul 2015

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