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The Ebola outbreak in West Africa has raise numerous critical questions. To provide answers, we need a clear understanding of the causative agent.
Pathobiology of Human Disease is the new standard reference in the pathology and molecular biology of human disease.
Frederic Preffer offers us a window into the use of Pathobiology of Human Disease as a teaching tool, focusing on a case study on flow cytometry.
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The LEGO Corporation's launch of The Research Institute is introducing female scientists to a male-dominated line of toys. We asked Dr. Pamela McCauley to comment.