Diagnostic Molecular Pathology
focuses on providing clinical and academic pathologists with coverage of the latest molecular technologies, timely reviews of established techniques, and papers on the applications of these methods to all aspects of surgical pathology and laboratory medicine. It publishes original, peer-reviewed contributions on molecular probes for diagnosis, such as tumor suppressor genes, oncogenes, the polymerase chain reaction (PCR), and in situ hybridization. Articles demonstrate how these highly sensitive techniques can be applied for more accurate diagnosis.
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