A new issue of CCLM is available online! Vol 55, Issue 5 (May 2017) – Special Issue

Dear All,


following the agreement on mutual cooperation between EFLM and W. de Gruyter for Clinical Chemistry and Laboratory Medicine journal (CCLM), it has been planned to send regularly to the EFLM contacts the table of contents of CCLM issues and the list of future titles as well. I do hope you will appreciate the initiative which is intended as a further service by EFLM to our European professional community.  CCLM is published on a monthly basis and is the most relevant Journal on Clinical Chemistry in Europe; it is a valuable and updated source of knowledge for the professionals in the field, well recognized all over the world.  The CCLM 2015 Impact factor is 3.017.


With kindest regards,
MariaStella Graziani
Chair EFLM Communication Committee

A new issue of ‘Clinical Chemistry and Laboratory Medicine (CCLM)’ is available online from De Gruyter Online: Volume 55, Issue 5 (May 2017)

Special issue: miRNAs in human disease and their impact on laboratory medicine

Guest Editors: Vincent De Guire, Muller Fabbri and Gregory J. Tsongalis

Click on the following links to view the new contents:

Not all good things come in big packages
Guire, Vincent De / Fabbri, Muller / Tsongalis, Gregory J.

Variability in, variability out: best practice recommendations to standardize pre-analytical variables in the detection of circulating and tissue microRNAs
Khan, Jenna / Lieberman, Joshua A. / Lockwood, Christina M.

Pitfalls of analysis of circulating miRNA: role of hematocrit
Mayr, Barbara / Mueller, Edith E. / Schäfer, Christine / Breitenbach-Koller, Hannelore / Schönfelder, Martin / Niebauer, Josef

Intraindividual variation of microRNA expression levels in plasma and peripheral blood mononuclear cells and the associations of these levels with the pathogenesis of autoimmune thyroid diseases
Otsu, Hiroshi / Watanabe, Mikio / Inoue, Naoya / Masutani, Ryota / Iwatani, Yoshinori

miRNA assays in the clinical laboratory: workflow, detection technologies and automation aspects
Kappel, Andreas / Keller, Andreas

The role of extracellular vesicle microRNAs in cancer biology
Takahashi, Ryou-u / Prieto-Vila, Marta / Hironaka, Ai / Ochiya, Takahiro

The clinical significance of platelet microparticle-associated microRNAs
Provost, Patrick

microRNAs in lipoprotein and lipid metabolism: from biological function to clinical application
Desgagné, Véronique / Bouchard, Luigi / Guérin, Renée

microRNAs in cardiovascular disease – clinical application
Schulte, Christian / Karakas, Mahir / Zeller, Tanja

Non-coding RNAs: the cancer genome dark matter that matters!
Ling, Hui / Girnita, Leonard / Buda, Octavian / Calin, George A.

miRNAs as novel biomarkers in the management of prostate cancer
Filella, Xavier / Foj, Laura

Upregulated miR-16 expression is an independent indicator of relapse and poor overall survival of colorectal adenocarcinoma patients
Diamantopoulos, Marios A. / Kontos, Christos K. / Kerimis, Dimitrios / Papadopoulos, Iordanis N. / Scorilas, Andreas

Identification of a novel microRNA, miR-4449, as a potential blood based marker in multiple myeloma
Shen, Xianjuan / Ye, Yan / Qi, Jing / Shi, Wei / Wu, Xinhua / Ni, Hongbing / Cong, Hui / Ju, Shaoqing

miRNA analysis in pancreatic cancer: the Dartmouth experience
Abreu, Francine B. de / Liu, Xiaoying / Tsongalis, Gregory J.

miRNAs, single nucleotide polymorphisms (SNPs) and age-related macular degeneration (AMD)
SanGiovanni, John Paul / SanGiovanni, Peter M. / Sapieha, Przemysław / De Guire, Vincent

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