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Coroner and Forensics Instructor Jennifer Snippen joins AATB, Wednesday, January 20th, as we discuss the importance of photographic documentation beneficial to the medical examiner and coroner systems. This program provides 1.5 CTBS/CRCS CEU. To register for an organizational...

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Bioprinting Field Application Specialist Nicole Diamantides joins AATB, Wednesday, January 13th, for a webinar on using 3D Bioprinting for COVID-19 research. This program provides 1 CTBS/CRCS CEU. To register for an organizational single session, CLICK HERE, to register...

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Please update our information in your records and contact us anytime at our new location: 8200 Greensboro Drive, Suite 404, McLean, VA 22102.

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AATB issued bulletin 21-1 stating that on January 5, the FDA notified AATB about its Safety and Availability Communication posted to the FDA website on January 4, 2021, titled "Updated Information for Human Cell, Tissue, or Cellular...

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A major mystery in Alzheimer's disease research is why some brain cells succumb to the creeping pathology of the disease years before symptoms first appear, while others seem impervious to the degeneration surrounding them until the disease’s final stages.

source: University of California San Francisco

To fully understand autoimmune diseases like multiple sclerosis (MS), it is necessary to study not just the immune system, but also the tissue that the immune system is attacking, a study suggests.

source: Multiple Sclerosis News Today


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