geoscience.net logo
+ Resolve Article
+ Follow Us
Follow on FacebookFollow on Facebook
Follow on TwitterFollow on Twitter

+ Translate
+ Subscribe to Site Feed
GeoScience Most Shared ContentMost Shared Content

Is a sample handling system essential for laboratory integration?


, : Is a sample handling system essential for laboratory integration?. Rinsho Byori. Japanese Journal of Clinical Pathology Suppl 95: 7-14


US$29.90

PMID: 8230770


Other references

Gratten, J.; Beraldi, D.; Lowder, B.V.; McRae, A.F.; Visscher, P.M.; Pemberton, J.M.; Slate, J., 2007: Compelling evidence that a single nucleotide substitution in TYRP1 is responsible for coat-colour polymorphism in a free-living population of Soay sheep. Identifying the genes that underlie phenotypic variation in natural populations is a central objective of evolutionary genetics. Here, we report the identification of the gene and causal mutation underlying coat colour variation in a free-living...

Boyce, J.M., 2016: Modern technologies for improving cleaning and disinfection of environmental surfaces in hospitals. Experts agree that careful cleaning and disinfection of environmental surfaces are essential elements of effective infection prevention programs. However, traditional manual cleaning and disinfection practices in hospitals are often suboptimal. Th...

Zhou, Y.; Dziak, E.; Unnasch, T.R.; Opas, M., 1994: Major retinal cell components recognized by onchocerciasis sera are associated with the cell surface and nucleoli. Purpose. Cellular localization of the components recognized by onchocerciasis autoantibodies has not been investigated in any detail in cultured retinal cells. This study sought to examine, in cultured retinal cells, the subcellular localization o...

Donner, A.; Eliasziw, M., 1991: Application of matched pair procedures to site-specific data in periodontal research. Application of standard statistical procedures to site-specific data in periodontal research is invalid unless site-to-site dependencies are accounted for. In this paper, we present the adjustments required for valid application of matched pair pr...

Nerenberg, L., 2006: Communities respond to elder abuse. This article traces the development of services to prevent and treat elder abuse over a twenty-year time span. It begins by describing the various forms of elder abuse and the challenges they pose to service providers and program developers. Also...

Hassett, A.L.; Goesling, J.; Mathur, S.N.; Moser, S.E.; Brummett, C.M.; Sibille, K.T., 2016: Affect and Low Back Pain: More to Consider Than the Influence of Negative Affect Alone. Affect balance style, a measure of trait positive affect (PA) and negative affect (NA), is predictive of pain and functioning in fibromyalgia and healthy individuals. The purpose of this study was to evaluate the distribution of affect balance sty...

Fatzinger, P.; DeMeester, T.R.; Darakjian, H.; Iascone, C.; Golomb, H.M.; Little, A.G., 1984: The use of serum albumin for further classification of Stage III non-oat cell lung cancer and its therapeutic implications. The use of the preadmission serum albumin level for predicting survival was evaluated in 81 patients with Stage III disease, 59 with unresectable and 22 with resectable primary tumors. A serum albumin of less than 3.4 gm/dl in a patient with unres...

Bhattacharya, A.K.; Mandal, S.N.; Das, S.K., 2006: Bioaccumulation of chromium and cadmium in commercially edible fishes of gangetic West Bengal. Concentration of chromium and cadmium were investigated in the gill, gonads, skin and muscle tissues of six commercially edible fishes sampled from upper course of gangetic West Bengal. Heavy metal concentrations in the tissues tended to vary sign...

Buddecke E.; Kresse H., 1974: Mammalian enzymes degrading glycosamino glycans. Fricke, R And F Hartmann (Ed ) Connective Tissues Biochemistry And Pathophysiology Xii+309p Illus Springer-Verlag: New York, N Y , U S A ; Heidelberg, West Germany Isbn 0-387-06673-X; Isbn 3-540-06673-X 131-145

Dalphin, M.L.; Noir, A.; Monnier, G.; Menget, A., 1992: Congenital myotonic dystrophy. Diagnostic difficulties. Congenital myotonic dystrophy is the neonatal form of Steinert myotonia. It is particularly severe when the mother carries the gene. The diagnosis is made after finding the myotonia in the mother. Prenatal diagnosis can be made by researching the...