The August 2014 guide highlights molecular testing products from companies including Abbott Molecular, Randox, and Thermo Fisher Scientific.
A number of drivers are changing the pathology and laboratory medicine landscape, including workforce shortages and technology advances such as digital microscopy.
Cernostics has developed TissueCypher image analysis software to improve testing for Barrett’s esophagus, a precancerous condition that is considered a precursor to esophageal cancer.
Financing will support expansion of GenoSpace’s customer and user base in research, clinical development, laboratory medicine, and clinical care.
First noninvasive stool DNA screening test for colorectal cancer also receives proposed coverage memorandum from CMS.
A new range of borosilicate glass culture tubes from Denville Scientific are designed to reduce pH changes and contaminants that can be leached from soda lime glass tubes.
The Zen browser from Carl Zeiss Microscopy is server-based image databasing software that aids in storage, filing and organization, and backup of large digital data sets such as virtual slide databases.
The QML point-of-care solution and WebMRE add-on module from Telcor have completed testing for compatibility with Microsoft Windows 2012.
Cerilliant has expanded its line of psychoactive substance certified reference materials with nine stable isotope-labeled internal standards of 2C amines, including deuterium and 13C labeling.
The histotechnology sector is facing a shortfall of qualified histotechnologists alongside an influx of more sophisticated specimen testing and a need for standardized testing processes and results. How are these issues being addressed, and how effectively?