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ar·mar·i·um

(ar-mar'ē-ŭm),
Rarely used term for the physician's library, as part of her or his armamentarium.
[L. a closet, chest, fr. arma, armor]

armarium

An obsolete term for:
(1) Armamentarium, see there;  
(2) A physician's library.
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Company profile section of players such as LabCorp, Quest Diagnostics, Genomic Health, NeoGenomics, Eurofins Scientific, Ambry Genetics, Roche, Illumina, Centogene & 23andMe includes its basic information like legal name, website, headquarters, its market position, historical background and top 5 closest competitors by Market capitalization / revenue along with contact information.
hATTR amyloidosis is a complex disease that requires the kind of sophisticated tool offered by Ambry Genetics for proper diagnosis.
Ambry Genetics conducted its research after a number of patients came to them after finding troubling medical information in their DNA tests.
Konica Minolta closed its acquisition of Ambry in late October, with a mission to combine the companies' technologies into a global solution for precision medicine.
In July, Konica Minolta Healthcare Americas, Inc., a subsidiary of Konica Minolta, agreed to acquire Ambry. The deal closed in October.
BRCAPLUS: This 6 gene panel developed by Ambry Genetics performs next generation sequencing (BRCA1/2, CDH1, PALB2, PTEN, TP53).
Competitor Ambry Genetics, for example, found itself opposed by a plaintiff's coalition including Myriad and Toronto's Sick-Kids Hospital, which receives royalties linked to Myriad's patents (Crowe 2013).
(63) Ambry Genetics and Quest Diagnostics specifically cite the benefit that their test will enable pre-symptomatic patients to consider increased screening and surveillance or consider treatment interventions such as the use of chemo-preventive drugs, preventive mastectomy, and or preventive salpingo-oophorectomy.
Parishes keep the chrism (along with the other two holy oils) in a container called a chrismaria, which itself is stored in a receptacle called an ambry, usually near the baptismal font.
The narrowest consequence of the litigation culminating in Ambry is that Myriad was unable to prevent competitors from continuing to provide BRCA testing.
Writing about Belgian Holocaust survivor Jean Ambry, Sebald rehearses the familiar position that personal experience provides a conduit for knowledge that would be otherwise inaccessible to us.
The CF Amplified test, from Ambry Genetics, detects approximately 99% of mutations in all ethnic groups.