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Pathology Groups Get Together

InCyte Pathology and Eastside Pathology are planning to merge.

This Week in the Journal of Molecular Diagnostics

In the Journal of Molecular Diagnostics this week: next-generation sequencing from BRCA1/2 mutation analysis.

A Boost for CombiMatrix

The company attributes a 6 percent year-over year-increase in first-quarter revenues largely to demand for its microarray-based prenatal testing services.

This Week in Experimental and Molecular Pathology

In Experimental and Molecular Pathology this week: PCR-based chimerism analyses for allogeneic stem cell transplant recipients, and more.

New Entry

India's HLL Lifecare launches a molecular diagnostic to test for chikungunya and dengue fever.

This Week in the Journal of Clinical Pathology

In the Journal of Clinical Pathology this week: HER2 gene amplification and gastric cancer survival, and more.

Lawsuits and the Lab

Genetic testing may raise the risk of malpractice suits for clinical labs, reports Dark Daily.

This Week in Modern Pathology

In Modern Pathology this week: DLC1 methylation and mutations in PIK3CA in extramammary Paget's disease, and more.

Together Now

Clovis Oncology and Foundation Medicine team up to develop a companion diagnostic for a PARP inhibitor.

This Week in Clinical Chemistry

In Clinical Chemistry this week: lipoprotein-associated phospholipase A2 and cardiovascular disease, and more.

This Week in the Journal of Molecular Diagnostics

In the Journal of Molecular Diagnostics this week: detection of Mycoplasma and Ureaplasma infections in humans.

Laboratorians Wanted

The American Society for Clinical Pathology's executive vice president says there's a shortage of medical lab professionals.