clinical chemistry

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clinical chemistry

[′klin·ə·kəl ′kem·ə·strē]
(pathology)
The science involving chemical analysis of body tissues to diagnose disease.
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Product Group 2: Test kit for the detection of GM1 autoantibodies of isotype IgG and IgM, at the Laboratory of Clinical Biochemistry (LKB).
Laboratory of Clinical Biochemistry, Department of Life and Reproduction Sciences, University of Verona, Italy Post-Graduate Program of Pharmaceutical Sciences, Department of Clinical Analysis, Federal University of Parana, Curitiba, Parana, Brazil
Rajiv T Erasmus, MB BS, FMC Path, FWACP, DABCC (Am Board Certified), DHSM, FCPath (SA) Professor and Head, Division of Chemical Pathology, Stellenbosch University and National Health Laboratory Service (NHLS) Rajiv Erasmus is President of the South African Association for Clinical Biochemistry (SAACB), Vice President of the College of East, Central and Southern Africa (COPECSA) and Secretary of the Federation of South African Society for Pathology (FSASP) Correspondence to: rte@sun.
Mr Rooke started his pathology career in Carmarthenshire in 1968 before taking up a senior clinical biochemistry position in Merthyr in 1979.
The effect of the extract on general behavior, BW, food and water intake, relative organ weight per 100g BW, hematology and clinical biochemistry were measured.
The National Academy of Clinical Biochemistry has drafted Laboratory Medical Practice Guidelines for pharmacogenetic testing (www.
Four members of staff at clinical biochemistry department at Ysbyty Gwynedd, Bangor, presented their findings to a recent National Meeting of the Association of Clinical Biochemists in Manchester.
Steven O'Rahilly, professor of clinical biochemistry and medicine at the University of Cambridge, said: "This is wildly optimistic science fiction.
The National Academy of Clinical Biochemistry is currently creating guidelines for the use of pharmacogenomics in clinical practice.
Dr Yossi Levy, Professor of Clinical Biochemistry at Ben Gurion University, Israel, recently presented new findings from two studies that show that the oral consumption of carotenoids from tomato (lycopene, phytoene, phytofluene) helps to maintain healthy skin by protecting it against UV induced damage.
There are also a number of related careers in the medical profession, such as paramedics, forensic medicine, biomedical science, clinical biochemistry radiology and microbiology.
He has since worked at the University of California, Berkeley, and the University of Oxford, as professor of clinical biochemistry, and served as scientific advisor to the House of Lords Select Committee on Stem Cell Research.

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