The calcineurin inhibitors that organ transplant patients take to prevent rejection may also work to prevent Alzheimer's disease. A new study examined the rate of Alzheimer's disease among 2,600 organ transplant patients. Results were...
Become the best "Diagnosis Detective" in your lab as NSH hosts our first ExpertConnect Session in The Block. These sessions are a quick and easy way to exchange best practices with like-minded colleagues and stay up to date on current topics. Join your fellow histotechs...
NSH is excited to announce that registration for the 42nd Annual Symposium/Convention is now open. We will be in Long Beach, California, Sept. 16-21. Join us for five days of fantastic networking, exposure to new products in the exhibit hall, a discovery of new techniques...
A team of researchers led by the University of Leicester has shed new light on how the regulation machinery that controls gene expression works by characterizing a complex known as the NuRD complex. The study, led by John Schwabe, professor of Structural Biology and Head...
When it comes to patient privacy, pathologists and clinical laboratory managers may be spending more time addressing a growing issue with the patient data their labs create and store. Third-party data brokers want to position...
The National Institutes of Health announced plans to improve organizational safety measures on Wednesday. The announcement comes after a production shutdown at two research facilities in the NIH Clinical Center in Bethesda, Maryland,...
The laboratory industry's forward thinkers define molecular diagnostics and genetic testing as both the future of pathology and the No. 1 opportunity to add clinical value while earning appropriate reimbursement.
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