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Current Articles

  • Dr. rer. nat. Ines Schmidts
    from 18.02.2020
    Automation & Artificial Intelligence
    The Use of Artificial Intelligence at MLL Munich Leukemia Laboratory

    Whether a search engine or digital assistant is involved, artificial intelligence (AI) has long been a part of our day-to-day work. There are success stories in imaging-based diagnostics thanks to AI as well. Preliminary studies, for example, indicate that the classification of medical findings using AI is equivalent to traditional methods.

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  • Dr. rer. nat. Constance Bär
    from 18.02.2020
    Diagnostics
    Assessing Sequence Variants

    Sequencing technologies have developed rapidly in the last few years. It is possible to sequence an entire genome or a larger panel within just a few days. At the MLL, data from the sequencing machine is loaded to our private cloud in real time and automatically preprocessed using the very latest algorithms.

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