Thrombophilia Testing in Today's Modern Laboratory
27 Oct 2011

Thrombophilia testing has evolved over the last few years with the development of new assays and testing methodologies, improvements with current testing reagents and instruments, and clarification of guidelines related to the screening and diagnosis of thrombophilia. This presentation will discuss the clinical implications of thrombophilia and the challenges associated with clinical diagnosis.

Beckman Coulter



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