ARUP Laboratories: A National Reference Laboratory

ARUP Laboratories is a national clinical and anatomic pathology reference laboratory and a worldwide leader in innovative laboratory research and development. A nonprofit enterprise of the University of Utah, ARUP offers an extensive test menu of highly complex and unique medical tests.

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30th Annual Park City Anatomic Pathology Update: February 6—10, 2017

This five-day course consists of lectures and discussions led by distinguished faculty from the University of Utah and renowned guest presenters, including Dr. Esther Oliva from Massachusetts General Hospital and Dr. Eva Wojcik from Loyola University Medical Center.

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ARUP Now Offers FibroMeter for Non-Alcoholic Fatty Liver Disease (NAFLD)

FibroMeter NAFLD and FibroMeter Virus are non-invasive blood tests for the evaluation and management of liver fibrosis.

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New Video Lecture Available for Free P.A.C.E. and Florida CEUs

Visit the ARUP Scientific Resource for Research and Education to view Laboratory Diagnosis of Hemoglobinopathies and Thalassemia by Archana Mishra Agarwal, MD.

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New Cystic Fibrosis Testing at ARUP Laboratories

ARUP’s new cystic fibrosis (CF) 165 pathogenic variants assay screens individuals or couples who are pregnant or planning a pregnancy, and can serve as a first-tier diagnostic test for those affected with CF.

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H. pylori Serology Testing Discontinued

Recent guidelines for testing strategies issued by the American Gastroenterology Association and American College of Gastroenterology do not recommend the use of serology for the diagnosis of active H. pylori infection. For these reasons, serological testing for H. pylori has been discontinued at ARUP to facilitate physician use of recommended testing methods.

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New Video Lecture Available for Free P.A.C.E. and Florida CEUs

Visit the ARUP Scientific Resource for Research and Education to view Shiga-Toxigenic E. coli: A Fully Emerged, Still-Underappreciated Pathogen by Marc Roger Couturier, PhD, D(ABMM).

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