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  • Reduce Blood Culture ContaminationRead and watch how the Carolinas Medical Center reduced their blood culture contamination through training and internal...
    07-01-2015

  • Free Webinar Introducing IQCP Workbook for CLIA Laboratories: Learn how to customize an IQCP for your laboratory. This MLN Connects® Event...
    06-29-2015

  • CDC Interim Infection Prevention and Control Recommendations for Hospitalized Patients with Middle East Respiratory Syndrome Coronavirus (MERS-CoV)This updated guidance recommends...
    06-16-2015

  • A popular feature of the Journal of Clinical Microbiology. A new quiz is now posted.
    06-10-2015

  • ASM together with CAP and CLSI are coordinating preparation and distribution of materials to help you address the CMS requirement...
    06-08-2015

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  • ASM Microbe 2016

    ASM Microbe 2016

    A one-of-a-kind event that showcases the best microbial sciences in the world and explores the complete spectrum of microbiology.

  • Get Ready More Mosquito Borne Disease Coming

    Get Ready More Mosquito Borne Disease Coming

    Painful, mosquito-borne diseases are no longer limited to distant, exotic locales. As the climate warms, U.S.-based labs should expect more orders to test for the mosquito-borne viruses that cause chikungunya, dengue fever, and West Nile virus (WNV).

  • ICAAC/ICC 2015

    ICAAC/ICC 2015

    Offering unmatched opportunity for discussion, cross collaboration, and advancement, this joint meeting will bring together a rich history of debuting major advances in drug development and infectious disease research with a focus on examining antibiotic resistance, new antibiotic development and antibiotic stewardship.

  • High-res image of Ebola virus reveals how it evades the immune system

    High-res image of Ebola virus reveals how it evades the immune system

    The Scripps Research Institute team’s high-resolution image revealed how a viral protein called VP35 helps protect Ebola virus from the body’s immune system. (photo credit: Christina Corbaci)


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