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 2018 Impact Factor is 3.638.
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|A new issue of ‘Clinical Chemistry and Laboratory Medicine (CCLM)’ is available online from De Gruyter Online: Volume 58, Issue 2
Click on the following links to view the new contents.
Towards a personalized assessment of vitamin D status
Circulating tumor DNA and their added value in molecular oncology
Telomere length determinants in childhood
Serum or plasma? An old question looking for new answers
Simultaneous measurement of 25(OH)-vitamin D and 24,25(OH)2-vitamin D to define cut-offs for CYP24A1 mutation and vitamin D deficiency in a population of 1200 young subjects
How well do Croatian laboratories adhere to national recommendations for laboratory diagnostics of chronic kidney disease (CKD)?
Underfilling of vacuum blood collection tubes leads to increased lactate dehydrogenase activity in serum and heparin plasma samples
Calcium state estimation by total calcium: the evidence to end the never-ending story
The use of faecal immunochemical testing in the decision-making process for the endoscopic investigation of iron deficiency anaemia
Measurement uncertainty of β-lactam antibiotics results: estimation and clinical impact on therapeutic drug monitoring
Practical approach to method verification in plasma and validation in cerebrospinal fluid under accreditation using a flexible scope in molecular virology: setting up the HIV, HBV and HCV Aptima™ Quant Dx assays
Plasma neurofilament light chain is associated with mortality after spontaneous intracerebral hemorrhage
Comparison of the diagnostic performance of two automated urine sediment analyzers with manual phase-contrast microscopy
Development and validation of LC-MS/MS methods to measure tobramycin and lincomycin in plasma, microdialysis fluid and urine: application to a pilot pharmacokinetic research study
Cord blood S100B: reference ranges and interest for early identification of newborns with brain injury
Validation and standardization of the ETP-based activated protein C resistance test for the clinical investigation of steroid contraceptives in women: an unmet clinical and regulatory need
Next-generation sequencing for tumor mutation quantification using liquid biopsies
Evolution of the slopes of ST2 and galectin-3 during marathon and ultratrail running compared to a control group
Biological variation of two serum markers for preeclampsia prediction
Daily monitoring of a control material with a concentration near the limit of detection improves the measurement accuracy of highly sensitive troponin assays
Are patients adequately informed about procedures for 24-h urine collection?
Interferences in free thyroxine concentration using the Roche analytical platform: improvement of the third generation?
Procedures for the diagnosis of macro-follicle stimulating hormone (FSH) in a patient with high serum FSH concentrations
False-positive result of immunochromatographic (IC) strip test for the diagnosis of α-thalassemia in samples with autoantibodies
Sample dilution for soluble interleukin-2 receptor α measurement: comparison of two different matrices
The growing problem of predatory publishing: a case report
Cerebrospinal fluid lactate levels according to the site of puncture
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