following the agreement on mutual cooperation between EFLM and W. de Gruyter for Clinical Chemistry and Laboratory Medicine (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 2017 Impact Factor is 3.556.
With kindest regards,
|A new issue of ‘Clinical Chemistry and Laboratory Medicine (CCLM)’ is available online from De Gruyter Online: Volume 56, Issue 11 (November 2018)
Click on the following links to view the new contents.
Laboratory sample stability. Is it possible to define a consensus stability function? An example of five blood magnitudes
Updated review of postmortem biochemical exploration of hypothermia with a presentation of standard strategy of sampling and analyses
Long non-coding RNA-mediated regulation of signaling pathways in gastric cancer
Long story short: an introduction to the short-term and longterm Six Sigma quality and its importance in laboratory medicine for the management of extra-analytical processes
The European Federation of Clinical Chemistry and Laboratory Medicine syllabus for postgraduate education and training for Specialists in Laboratory Medicine: version 5 – 2018
Early availability of laboratory results increases same day ward discharge rates
Evaluation of the clinical implementation of a large-scale online e-learning program on venous blood specimen collection guideline practices
Improved prospective risk analysis for clinical laboratories compensated for the throughput in processes
National surveys on internal quality control for blood gas analysis and related electrolytes in clinical laboratories of China
Clinical validation of S100B in the management of a mild traumatic brain injury: issues from an interventional cohort of 1449 adult patients
A quantitative LC-MS/MS method for insulin-like growth factor 1 in human plasma
Development and validation of a mass spectrometry-based assay for quantification of insulin-like factor 3 in human serum
Anti-ganglioside antibodies: experience from the Italian Association of Neuroimmunology external quality assessment scheme
Improving IBD diagnosis and monitoring by understanding preanalytical, analytical and biological fecal calprotectin variability
Establishing normal values of total testosterone in adult healthy men by the use of four immunometric methods and liquid chromatography-mass spectrometry
Exploring the potential of mucin 13 (MUC13) as a biomarker for carcinomas and other diseases
Prognostic implications of detectable cardiac troponin I below the 99th percentile in patients admitted to an emergency department without acute coronary syndrome
Osteocalcin value to identify subclinical atherosclerosis over atherosclerotic cardiovascular disease (ASCVD) risk score in middle-aged and elderly Chinese asymptomatic men
Comparison of four methods of establishing control limits for monitoring quality controls in infectious disease serology testing
Update in diagnosis and management of primary aldosteronism: reply to a Letter to the Editor
Can calculated total nitrogen replace Kjeldahl total nitrogen measurements in 24-h urine samples?
Analytical performance of the single well titer function of NOVA View®: good enough to omit ANA IIF titer analysis?
Assessment of Architect cSystems Abbott® for the colorimetric measurement of lithium in urines and dyalisates
β-Trace protein in hemodialysis – comparison of different therapy modalities and high flux dialyzers
Orbitrap™ high-resolution mass spectrometry for the identification of amoxicillin crystalluria
High fluorescence cell count in ascitic body fluids for carcinomatosis screening
The International Society for Enzymology: a glorious history, a golden legacy
|European Federation of Clinical Chemistry and Laboratory Medicine (EFLM)
Silvia Cattaneo – Via Carlo Farini, 81 – 20159 Milano – Italy