Literatur zu übergeordneten Aspekten der Laboratoriumsmedizin, Klinischen Chemie und Pathobiochemie

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Literatur zu übergeordneten Aspekten aus den Jahren 2015 und 2016

Autor

Titel/Link

Jahr

Journal

Braga and Panteghini

Generation of data on within-subject biological variation in laboratory medicine: An update.

2016

Crit Rev Clin Lab Sci

Campbell et al.

What Alert Thresholds Should Be Used to Identify Critical Risk Results: A Systematic Review of the Evidence.

2016

Clinical chemistry

Chatterjee et al.

Developing and evaluating polygenic risk prediction models for stratified disease prevention.

2016

Nature reviews. Genetics

Ferraro et al.

Laboratory medicine in the new healthcare environment.

2016

Clin Chem Lab Med

Gruson and Ko

Laboratory medicine and mobile health technologies at crossroads: Perspectives for the management of chronic diseases.

2016

Crit Rev Clin Lab Sci

Lyman and Moses

Biomarker Tests for Molecularly Targeted Therapies – The Key to Unlocking Precision Medicine.

2016

N Engl J Med

Plebani

Harmonization in laboratory medicine: Requests, samples, measurements and reports.

2016

Crit Rev Clin Lab Sci

Yusuf and Wittes

Interpreting Geographic Variations in Results of Randomized, Controlled Trials.

2016

The New England journal of medicine

Attenello et al.

Incidence of "never events" among weekend admissions versus weekday admissions to US hospitals: national analysis.

2015

BMJ (Clinical research ed.)

Azzazy and Elbehery

Clinical laboratory data: acquire, analyze, communicate, liberate.

2015

Clin Chim Acta

Ballman

Biomarker: Predictive or Prognostic?

2015

J Clin Oncol

Blettner and Spix

Prinzipien und Einsatzbereiche von Screeningverfahren

2015

Internist (Berl)

Bohacek and Mansuy

Molecular insights into transgenerational non-genetic inheritance of acquired behaviours.

2015

Nat Rev Genet

Brookes and Robinson

Human genotype-phenotype databases: aims, challenges and opportunities.

2015

Nat Rev Genet

Cox et al.

Therapeutic genome editing: prospects and challenges.

2015

Nat Med

Evans et al.

The FDA and genomic tests – getting regulation right.

2015

N Engl J Med

Haimovich et al.

Genomes by design.

2015

Nat Rev Genet

Hallworth et al.

Current evidence and future perspectives on the effective practice of patient-centered laboratory medicine.

2015

Clinical chemistry

Harper et al.

Protective alleles and modifier variants in human health and disease.

2015

Nat Rev Genet

Hübler and Hübler

Screening vor Operationen und Interventionen

2015

Internist (Berl)

Knoppers et al.

Return of genetic testing results in the era of whole-genome sequencing.

2015

Nat Rev Genet

Lippi et al.

Preanalytical quality improvement. In pursuit of harmony, on behalf of European Federation for Clinical Chemistry and Laboratory Medicine (EFLM) Working group for Preanalytical Phase (WG-PRE).

2015

Clinical chemistry and laboratory medicine

Master and Mayer-Schönberger

Learning from our mistakes: the future of validating complex diagnostics.

2015

Clin Chem

Oosterhuis and Zerah

Laboratory medicine in the European Union.

2015

Clin Chem Lab Med

Rehm et al.

ClinGen – the Clinical Genome Resource.

2015

N Engl J Med

Scott et al.

The changing face of laboratory medicine: a more service and less academically oriented profession?

2015

Clin Chem

Willis and Lord

Immune biomarkers: the promises and pitfalls of personalized medicine.

2015

Nat Rev Immunol