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Yale enhances its cytometry capabilities

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Yale enhances its cytometry capabilities

Becomes one of the first U.S. centers to adopt a technology that reveals far more than past methods about the compositions of specimens

When clinicians need diagnostic data across fields as diverse as hematology, transplantation, and tumor immunology, among others, flow cytometry is traditionally the tool they choose to identify cell markers. Investigators use flow cytometry for purposes that include...

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Yale enhances its cytometry capabilities

Boost for method to curb youth smoking

Lynn E. Fiellin, M.D., associate professor of medicine and in the Yale Child Study Center, has spent much of her recent career determining how best to use video games to empower adolescents to avoid risky behaviors that...

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Yale enhances its cytometry capabilities

Grant renewed for infectious disease surveillance

The Connecticut Emerging Infections Program (EIP), a collaboration between Yale School of Public Health (YSPH) and the state’s Department of Public Health, has been awarded $20.9 million to continue research and...

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Yale enhances its cytometry capabilities

Twenty years and counting for Women’s Health Research at Yale

BRCA2, a gene associated with increased risks of breast cancer, can be mutated in thousands of ways—but only some of those mutations are dangerous. The key question for oncologists, genetic counselors, and women with...

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