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Articles from Medical Laboratory Observer (February 1, 2018)

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ACLA sues HHS over paymentsetting process. 378
AI in the microbiology lab amplifies human ingenuity. Schmidt, Amanda 388
Air Force deployed lab keeps combat casualties alive. Horn, Lyndsey 1210
Automation eliminates need for laborious protocols. Barbera, Todd Brief article 255
Automation for everyone--well almost everyone ... Snyder, Jay Brief article 231
Blueprint to reduce wasteful blood transfusions. 295
Bottletop dispensers. 192
CDC investigating multistate outbreak of E. coli infections. Brief article 261
Clinical metagenomics is a powerful new testing option for respiratory infections. Ding, Hu 1031
CLSI CEO Glen Fine discusses standards and guidelines for use by laboratory professionals. Lenhoff, Alan Interview 831
Designing GHS/CLP labels. 209
Diagnostic considerations with inherited platelet disorder testing: This month's CE is comprised of two articles. Botero, Juliana Perez 2570
Emerging pathogens and antibiotic resistance make STIs an urgent challenge. Bhattacharya, Anjana 960
Lean, Lean Six Sigma, and the clinical laboratory. Hamilton, Lynn 1632
Nanopore technology offers a way forward for point-of-care diagnostics. Heller, Dan 1356
Researchers identify genetic factors that contribute to AD. 293
Sickle cell disease (SCD) is the most common form of an inherited blood disorder. Brief article 215
Strategies for avoiding amplicon contamination in the molecular laboratory. Brunstein, John 1765
Sustaining the business of laboratory testing beyond PAMA and reimbursement cuts. Romero, Liana F. 1008
Testing the performance of fully automated blood cell washers in pretransfusion compatibility testing. Hinz, Romana; Bates, Trace 1957
The case for universal chlamydia screening. Randell, Michael D. 994
The clock is ticking: Toward biomarkers for aging? Lenhoff, Alan Editorial 618
The uses of mass spectrometry in translational medicine: Innovative MS hardware and software solutions enable cutting-edge omics research at a distinguished Dutch medical center. Thakur, Rohan 1498
Too much [A.sub.2]--but does the patient really have beta thalassemia trait? Young, Andrew N.; Burgess, Thomas 2132
Zika remains a research and public health challenge. 327

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