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AJCP stands for American Journal of Clinical Pathology

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Wick [9] --Alan Wu [10] --Joris Delanghe [10] [2] Clinical Chemistry [3] Scandinavian Journal of Clinical and Laboratory Investigation [4] American Journal of Hematology [5] Clinical Biochemistry [6] Annals of Clinical Biochemistry [7] Transfusion [8] Clinical Chemistry and Laboratory Medicine [9] American Journal of Clinical Pathology [10] Clinica Chimica Acta Received October 27, 2011; accepted October 27, 2011.
government, White House, and published resources, some of which are very critical of public-health preparedness in this country, are cited in our paper in the American Journal of Clinical Pathology.
Nasdaq: CVSN), the leading provider of automated cell-imaging systems and manufacturer of the ACIS(R) digital microscope system, announced today that data from a study conducted at The University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center at Dallas were presented in a featured article on anatomical pathology in the October issue of the American Journal of Clinical Pathology.
Among those I recommend are the American Journal of Clinical Pathology (312/738-1336), EPD Digest: An Update for Biotechnology Educators (800/362-4657), Laboratory Medicine (312/738-1336), and Promega Notes (800/356-9526).
Large retrospective study in more than 800 cases now published in American Journal of Clinical Pathology HEIDELBERG, Germany -- mtm laboratories, a fully integrated cancer diagnostics company with proprietary products marketed globally, today announced the publication of a large study in the July issue of the American Journal of Clinical Pathology that evaluated the clinical performance of the CE-labeled CINtec([R]) Cytology kit in managing equivocal or mildly abnormal cytologic results.
His work in the field of microbiology has resulted in numerous articles and texts that have been published in the American Journal of Public Health, Journal of Clinical Microbiology, American Journal of Clinical Pathology, Lancet, Reviews of Infectious Diseases, JAMA, Journal of Infectious Diseases, etc.