|Call for Abstracts|
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Topics for Submission
Molecular Diagnostics of Bacterial and Viral Infectious Diseases
Multi-resistant Infectious Agents (MRE): Methodical Challenges for the Laboratory
Renaissance of "Declared Dead" Diseases?
Modern Diagnostics of Tropical Diseases
Pros and Cons of "Rapid Test Systems" in Diagnostics of Infectious Diseases
Modern Diagnostic Markers of Sepsis
New Methods in Autoimmune Diagnostics
Actual Inflammation Markers
Transplantation Immunological Analytics
Haematological Neoplasia: Between Morphology and Next-Generation Sequencing
Mutation Analytics in Coagulation Disorders - Genetically Determined Diseases: Modern Laboratory Diagnostics
Personalized Healthcare: Possibilities and Limitations
Quo Vadis Pre-Implantation Diagnostics (PID)
"Genetically Determined Diseases": Today's Laboratory Diagnostics
Molecular Medicine: State of the Art - Between Individualized Diagnostics and Transparency
Human Genome 2020
Benchmarking in Bio-Mecial Analytics