Understanding Molecular Pathology: Clinical Applications – Section 2 of “Understanding Molecular Pathology: Methods and Applications, 2nd Edition”
Self-Study 249 – Basic to Intermediate Level
Contact Hours (Points): 2
Written by Gregory L. Blakey MD and Daniel Farkas PhD, HCLD, CC, CLSp(MB)
Published 2006. Revised in 2014 by Lindsy Hengesbach, MS, MB(ASCP)CM
In describing current molecular diagnostics practice, a certain amount of references to for-profit companies was unavoidable. We have endeavored to be balanced and unbiased in these matters; no endorsements are intended.
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
SECTION 1: CANCER DIAGNOSTICS: Hematopoietic Malignancies; Gene Rearrangement Studies; bcr-abl Testing; t(14;18) Testing; Solid Tumors; HER-2/neu Testing; Tumor Suppressor Gene Testing; Screening Tests; Geretic Targets; Epigenetic Changes and Next Generation Sequencing in Cancer Diagnostics
SECTION 2: INFECTIOUS DISEASES TESTING: Molecular Virology; Molecular Bacteriology
SECTION 3: GENETIC TESTING: Cystic Fibrosis (CF); Fragile X Syndrome;Hereditary Hypercoagulability; Hereditary Hemochromatosis; Histocompatibility; Biospecimen Banking; Ethics