AACC is pleased to announce a publishing partnership with Oxford University Press for its peer-reviewed journals, Clinical Chemistry and The Journal of Applied Laboratory Medicine. Both journals will join Oxford’s world-class science portfolio starting in January 2020.
R.F. Potter, C.A.D. Burnham, and G. Dantas have found that multiple Gardnerella genomospecies operating in isolation or in concert with one another may be responsible for bacterial vaginosis.
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M.V. Faassen, G. Bouma, L.D. de Hosson, et al. have developed a test that quantifies all tryptophan-related indoles used to support diagnosis and follow-up of patients with neuroendocrine tumors.
Y. Yang, C. Zeng, X. Lu, et al. show that an assay for 5-hydroxymethylcytosines in cfDNA could be used to conveniently and noninvasively monitor the presence and severity of diabetic vascular complications.
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N. Bansal, L. Zelnick, M. Shlipak, et al. demonstrate that increases in GDF-15, NT-proBNP, and hsTnT are associated with greater risk for CKD progression.
AACC brings together the world of laboratory medicine to exchange best practices, learn about the latest biomedical science, and network with like-minded professionals from across the globe.
The Clinical Chemistry Trainee Council serves as a unique program for residents
and fellows in laboratory medicine by providing them with free educational materials
and interactive tools to help and guide them to a successful career.