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It has been almost 70 years since the first published description of the structure of DNA by Watson and Crick. No other section of laboratory medicine has experienced the explosive growth in molecular technologies and clinical applications as we have seen in molecular diagnostics. Beginning with relatively simple Southern blot transfer analyses and end-point polymerase chain reactions (PCR) through highly complex microarrays, digital PCR, and massively parallel sequencing, molecular technologies have impacted all facets of medical practice. Dramatic decreases in cost, vast improvements in turnaround times, and the ability to decentralize molecular technologies for use at point of care have resulted in unprecedented growth in implementation, reimbursement, and clinical utility.
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Clinics in Laboratory Medicine updates those practicing in the field of clinical pathology on the latest trends in clinical laboratory management, providing a sound basis for creating and working in a highly effective clinical laboratory. Published quarterly—in March, June, September, and December—each issue offers state-of-the-art reviews on a single topic in pathology, including quality control in lab testing, coagulation, clinical microbiology, toxicology testing, clinical cytogenetics, mass spectrometry, blood transfusion, and much more.