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Self-reported race, ethnicity and genetic ancestry can have a limiting effect on biomedical research and negatively impact our understanding of health disparities.
TRUP is a method for detecting fusion genes in RNA-seq data from tumor specimens
The Xpert MTB/RIF assay detects with high specificity the vast majority of extrapulmonary tuberculosis cases with smear-positive non-respiratory samples, supporting recent WHO guidelines regarding the use of this diagnostic method from non-respiratory samples.
Nasal swabs collected from left and right nostrils for influenza viral load monitoring displayed considerable sampling variability, highlighting the need for standardized sampling procedures.
In a systematic review, evidence for the protective effects of influenza vaccination in patients with end-stage renal disease is limited, highlighting the need for more studies to assess vaccine effectiveness in this at-risk population.
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