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Clinical Laboratory Techniques

Definition: Techniques used to carry out clinical investigative procedures in the diagnosis and therapy of disease.

Clinical Laboratory Techniques Categories.
Cytological Techniques
Histological Techniques
Microbiological Techniques - Techniques used in microbiology.
Molecular Diagnostic Techniques - MOLECULAR BIOLOGY techniques used in the diagnosis of disease. Included are such techniques as IN SITU HYBRIDIZATION of chromosomes for CYTOGENTIC ANALYSIS; OLIGONUCLEOTIDE ARRAY SEQUENCE ANALYSIS of gene expression patterns in disease states; identification of pathogenic organisms by analysis of species specific DNA sequences; and detection of mutations with PCR (POLYMERASE CHAIN REACTION).
Tissue Culture - Maintaining or growing of tissue, organ primordia, or the whole or part of an organ in vitro so as to preserve its architecture and/or function (Dorland, 28th ed). Tissue culture includes both ORGAN CULTURE and CELL CULTURE.

Clinical Laboratory Techniques Definitions and Terms

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