Laboratory techniques and procedures


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Laboratory techniques and procedures

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Laboratory techniques and procedures are performed on patient specimens to detect biomarkers and diagnose diseases. Blood, urine, semen or tissue samples can be analysed using biochemical, microbiological and cytological methods.

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