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Pathology

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JAK2 ex13InDel drives oncogenic transformation and is associated with chronic eosinophilic leukemia and polycythemia vera.

The association between hepatocellular carcinoma and direct-acting anti-viral treatment in patients with decompensated cirrhosis

Proliferation and AKT activity biomarker analyses after Capivasertib (AZD5363) treatment of patients with ER+ invasive breast cancer (STAKT).

Technical and clinical accuracy of three blood glucose meters: clinical impact assessment using error grid analysis and insulin sliding scales

Catching flu with the front door open in winter

Is plasma the answer? An evaluation of BD Vacutainer Barricor to meet ED turnaround time requirements

Getting the message right to catch the flu

Evaluation of the new version 2 Influenza A & B test on the Abbott ID Now platform at the Royal Derby Hospital

Novel heat storage flasks to optimise temperature regulation for cryoglobulin analysis

Histopathological evidence for macrophage activation driving post-transfusion hyperhaemolysis syndrome.

Identification of rare diseases by screening a population selected on the basis of routine pathology results-the PATHFINDER project: lysosomal acid lipase/cholesteryl ester storage disease substudy.

Differential Diagnosis for Chronic Hypokalaemia.

Eltrombopag and Romiplostim: A snapshot from Derby Teaching Hospitals

NHS Breast Screening multidisciplinary working group guidelines for the diagnosis and management of breast lesions of uncertain malignant potential on core biopsy (B3 lesions).

An update on trials of novel lipid-lowering drugs.

An update on trials of novel lipid-lowering drugs

Sweat Testing Since The Introduction Of Newborn Screening In West Midlands, UK

Rare necrotic lesion in a pregnant woman.

Donald Rumsfeld and point-of-care testing (POCT): the problem of unknown unknowns-venous blood and glucose oxidase-based test strips

Serum uric acid and new-onset hypertension: a possible therapeutic avenue?

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