molecular pathology


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molecular pathology

[mə′lek·yə·lər pə′thäl·ə·jē]
(pathology)
The study of the bases and mechanisms of disease on a molecular or chemical level.
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Meanwhile, CMS, whose actions are frequently mimicked in the private sector, has taken what AMP representatives are calling a heavy-handed approach in denying coverage or reducing payment for several medically necessary molecular pathology tests.
The aim of the review was to inform funders of the current state of the field and the key areas of deficiency that need to be addressed to ensure that the UK is a world leader in molecular pathology for the development and implementation of companion diagnostics for stratified medicine.
Speakers on the occasion appreciated the fact that Department of Molecular Pathology, Microbiology and Histopathology, DUHS is equipped with state of the art facilities coupled with excellent quality control maintenance, dedicated staff and an impeccable reputation for arranging scientific events.
Columbus) presents a textbook on in-situ-based molecular pathology for readers with minimum prior knowledge of molecular pathology in general and in-situ-based molecular pathology in particular.
The AMA has been involved with coding solutions for molecular pathology services since 1998.
Targos Molecular Pathology GmbH since 2005 has established itself as a preferred service provider for standardized analytics of clinical biomarkers.
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Sugiyama, a pathologist, presents an account of experimental leukemia research from its historical background to molecular pathology.
San Diego, CA 9/23/08--Sequenom has agreed to acquire the Center for Molecular Medicine (CMM), a Clinical Laboratory Improvement Act-approved molecular pathology lab, for approximately $4.
Coauthor Barry Dickson of the Research Institute of Molecular Pathology in Vienna and his colleagues genetically engineered female flies to express the fruitless gene in a small percentage of their brain cells, as males normally do.
Taubenberger, Department of Molecular Pathology, Armed Forces Institute of Pathology, 1413 Research Blvd.

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