Thomas M Annesley

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A recessive mutation which arose in Wistar albino rats was variably expressed in the homozygous state as prenatal stenosis of the aqueduct with resultant hydrocephalus. The condition was often compatible with survival to adulthood and with successful reproduction. Mildly sparse hair was the constant gene marker. Eye defects and sometimes foot deformities(More)
We, the editors of the laboratory medicine journals, urge our colleagues in the International Committee of Medical Journal Editors (ICMJE) 1 to adopt and enforce the following requirements for clinical studies that include laboratory testing for biomarkers, and to add these statements to the information for authors: 1. For commercial diagnostic tests,(More)
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