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It is a privilege to produce this publication as well as our annual Clinical Laboratory Reference, our monthly LABline, and our online and digital versions of MLO.
FACMG, Head of the Genetic Testing Section of the Clinical Laboratory Reference System.
We apologize to users of our newest Clinical Laboratory Reference guide who may have discovered an error on page 12 where the columns to the right of the opiate drugs Duragesic and Atiq should have been moved one column to the right: 0.
1 Proteomics 2004-2005 CLR: Clinical Laboratory Reference The industry's most comprehensive annual buyers' guide, published with MLO's August issue and online 24/7 for an entire year SEP Tumor IMMUNOLOGY Aug.
With our distribution of the 30th edition of Clinical Laboratory Reference (CLR), we put vital new information at your fingertips in this convenient, compact format, as well as online: www.
Our Clinical Laboratory Reference (CLR), the clinical lab industry's "yellow pages," is published once a year in conjunction with MLO.
Faithful MLO readers will notice some changes in this year's Clinical Laboratory Reference.
LA A correction to CLR The recent supplement to MLO, CLR: Clinical Laboratory Reference 1999-2000, includes a table of reference intervals in so-called "conventional units" and in SI units.