Clinical Biochemistry and Immunology

Immunology performs a qualitative and quantitative analysis of organic liquids, such as blood, serum, or plasma, pee, or tissues, to look for specific chemical contents or physiologic processes. Doctors check for, assess, or screen for disease using the test results. Researchers in the fields of clinical biochemistry and immunology are also developing novel analytical clinical lab tests to detect or screen for infections, medical procedures, or therapeutic interventions for diseases. Examples of experiments conducted by laboratories connected to Clinical Biochemistry and Immunology.