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Precision medicine is based on a simple precept that deep information about an individual patient can be used to guide his or her health care. In the not-too-distant future, clinicians may have point-of-care access to an individual’s entire genome, dense data captured from wearable devices, and...[read more]
With the advent of the 2017 ASCPT annual meeting, the editorial team and staff thank the membership, authors, and readers ofCTS for an outstanding year.  CTS concluded its first year of publication as an official journal of ASCPT with many accomplishments, and looks forward to...[read more]
The threat of biologic warfare has been real since ancient times: poison-tipped arrows, corpse-contaminated water wells, bubonic plague, smallpox, anthrax, etc. In October 2001, this ancient threat hit close to home, with 10 confirmed cases...[read more]
Zika virus is a flavivirus. The name came from the Zika forest in Uganda where the virus was first isolated. The most recent outbreak of Zika infection began in Brazil and spread rapidly across other parts of South America as well as in Central America, the Caribbean, and the Pacific Islands. Zika virus is mainly transmitted through...[read more]
2017 brings several new features CTS. As previously mentionedBrief Reports are intended as short and complete reports of novel research findings of high importance to the field. Our newest feature, Themed Virtual Issues, enhances access to the diverse range of CTS content by putting all of our original research articles, reviews, tutorials, and commentaries into focused collections that match...[read more]
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