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:: LabMedica Int'l Weekly News Round-Up: November 24 ::


  November 24, 2011

Roller Mixer Influences Coagulation Tests

  Immediately after blood collection, the use of a roller mixer influences the ratio of rejected samples in coagulation tests. More..

Assays Compared For Diagnosis of Mycoplasma Infection 
Both molecular and serological assays have been compared for detection of Mycoplasma infection in nasopharyngeal aspirates and serum samples. More..

Immunoassay Developed for Human Fasciolosis
A lateral flow immunoassay has been developed and evaluated for the serodiagnosis of human fascioliasis caused by the liver fluke. More.. 

Reliable Diagnostic Test Developed for Scabies
A fluoroimmunoassay has been developed to determine the specific antibodies in the blood of patients infested with the human itch mite, Sarcoptes scabiei. More..

Molecular Assay for Aspergillosis Evaluated Under Clinical Conditions
A molecular test to detect the presence of invasive Aspergillus in critical care and hematology patients has been evaluated. More..

Cost-Effective Molecular Diagnostic Identifies Clostridium difficile
The test for Clostridium difficile uses an integrated disposable cartridge containing all necessary reagents and an inexpensive bench-top analyzer that executes the assay, interprets the results, and provides electronic output to the clinician. More..

Confocal/Multiphoton Microscope Enhancements Provide Faster Scanning and Focus
Three enhancements to a laser scanning confocal and multiphoton microscope imaging system make it more powerful, provide new speed and sensitivity, and direct file access for ultra-large file acquisition and viewing. More..

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