CACMLE Immunology/Serology/Molecular Courses

249-Online: Understanding Molecular Pathology – Clinical Applications – Section 2 of “Understanding Molecular Pathology – Methods and Applications, 2nd Edition”


Contact Hours (Points): 2

Molecular diagnostics has established itself as a mainstay of laboratory medicine and a foundation for personalized and predictive medicine. This new revised edition continues to emphasize the fundamental principles needed by the newcomer preparing for bench training and actual clinical laboratory test performance. Though not an exhaustive account, this self-study can also serve as the foundation for preparation for certification exams in molecular diagnostics.

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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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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

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