Advanced Diagnostic Methods in Pathology: Principles, Practice, and Protocols
This new text is devoted to the use of immunopathological, molecular biologic, flow cytometric and image analysis techniques in the diagnostic pathology laboratory. It is an extremely comprehensive and practical work which considers both diagnostic and prognostic applications. Divided into three sections that deal with theory, techniques, and organ system specific diagnostic problems.
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A N C E D DI AG N O S T C M ET H O D S 1 Timothy j OLeary
Oncogenes and Tumor Suppressor Genes 3 Ronald M Przygodzki and Michael N Koss
Agnes Fogo and Liliane Striker
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