micropathology

micropathology

 [mi″kro-pah-thol´o-je]
1. the sum of what is known about minute pathologic change.
2. pathology of diseases caused by microorganisms.

mi·cro·pa·thol·o·gy

(mī'krō-pa-thol'ŏ-jē),
Obsolete term for the microscopic study of disease changes.
[micro- + G. pathos, suffering, + logos, study]

micropathology

/mi·cro·pa·thol·o·gy/ (-pah-thol´ah-je)
1. the sum of what is known about minute pathologic change.
2. pathology of diseases caused by microorganisms.

mi·cro·pa·thol·o·gy

(mī'krō-pă-thol'ŏ-jē)
The microscopic study of disease changes.
[micro- + G. pathos, suffering, + logos, study]

micropathology

1. the sum of what is known about minute pathological change.
2. pathology of diseases caused by microorganisms.
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Micropathology was set up by physician and virologist Dr Colin Fink and immunological scientist Dr David Burnett in 1995.
Work performed at University of Warwick was funded in part by the Biotechnology and Biological Sciences Research Council, Micropathology Ltd, and the Medical Research Fund.
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In 1959, internal industry experiments had revealed micropathology in rabbit livers after repeat exposures to 200 ppm VC monomer (Markowitz and Rosner 2002), causing Dow Chemical toxicologist V.
Micropathology, based at the University of Warwick Science Park, was established in 1995 by a doctor and a scientist - neither of whom were sure the company would be a success.
Micropathology Ltd, based at Warwick University Science Park, was established in 1995 by a doctor and a scientist - neither of whom was sure the company would be a success.
He set up his own testing laboratory, Micropathology Ltd, with colleague and scientific immunologist Dr David Burnett nine years ago.
Histopathology data result largely from discrete observations drawn from standard nomenclatures or tables of gross and micropathology observations and thus lend themselves well to constructing indicator (class) variables in statistical modeling and data mining algorithms.
During his visit last week he presented Micropathology Ltd with the Queen's Award for its life-saving work.
Micropathology, based at the University of Warwick Science Park in Coventry, gained the innovation award for launching and developing a rapid response diagnostic service for infection.