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Theel's research focuses on the development and evaluation of serologic assays for the diagnosis of infections caused by: Borrelia burgdorferi Histoplasma capsulatum Dengue virus Strogyloides stercoralis Significance to patient care ...
Assays include immunocapture of circulating colonocytes followed by RT-PCR and the above-mentioned EXACT assay to detect mutant/altered DNA in serum.
., are in the areas of advanced diagnostic assay development, new drug development and precision medicine clinical trial design.
Matern and his colleagues have been able to replace laborious and time-consuming assays.
In the laboratory itself, they develop many of the bacteriology assays offered for patient care at Mayo Clinic, providing the most technologically and clinically relevant diagnostics possible.
., include the development of molecular genetic assays for the diagnosis, prognosis and treatment of solid tumors; clinical next-generation sequencing (NGS) technology for hereditary and somatic diseases; and molecular cytology and c...
Focus areas Standardization of coagulation assays to facilitate translation of assays from bench top to bedside Mechanisms underlying the development of venous thromboembolism after trauma and surgery Translation of ...
Focus areas Cell-based assays.
Mohni's laboratory uses DNA double strand break repair assays, checkpoint signaling, quantitative proteomics and single molecule assays to study how HHVs manipulate the DNA damage response.
Focus areas Clinical assay development.
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