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The African Journal of Laboratory Medicine focuses on the role of the laboratory and its professionals in the clinical and public healthcare sectors, and is specifically based on an African frame of reference. View our Editorial Team.


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 LATEST ARTICLES

Original Research

 
Antimicrobial resistance trends in clinical Escherichia coli and Klebsiella pneumoniae in Ethiopia  
Abera A. Kitaba, Zelalem T. Bonger, Degefu Beyene, Zeleke Ayenew, Estifanos Tsige, Tesfa Addis Kefale, Yonas Mekonnen, Dejenie S. Teklu, Elias Seyoum, Abebe A. Negeri
27 March 2024

Original Research

 
Genomic analysis of KEL*03 and KEL*04 alleles among Thai blood donors  
Oytip Nathalang, Panasya Rassuree, Kamphon Intharanut, Wanlapa Chaibangyang, Núria Nogués
19 March 2024

Original Research

 
Fosfomycin susceptibility testing and resistance mechanisms in Enterobacterales in South Africa  
Jessica S. Hurwitz, Mae Newton-Foot, Kristien Nel van Zyl, Pieter Nel
19 March 2024

Original Research

 
Sentinel laboratory compliance with best practices in Burkina Faso’s antimicrobial resistance surveillance network  
Dame Yenyetou, Emmanuel Zongo, Emilie Dama, Merci Muhigwa, Issouf Sanou, Charles Sawadogo, Soumaya Ouangraoua, Ibrahim Sangare, Abdoulaye Nikiema, Anicet G. Dahourou, Abdoul S. Ouedraogo
30 January 2024

Opinion Paper

 
Fighting cervical cancer in Africa: Taking a closer look at human papillomavirus 35  
Sophia U. Okeke
29 January 2024

Original Research

 
Impact of potassium test sample rejections on routine laboratory service, South Africa  
Sarah McAlpine, Bettina Chale-Matsau
22 December 2023

Reviewer Acknowledgement

 
Acknowledgement to reviewers  
Editoial Office
19 December 2023

Original Research

 
Critical values notification: A nationwide survey of practices among clinical laboratories across Nigeria  
Lucius C. Imoh, Idris Y. Mohammed, Ifeyinwa D. Nnakenyi, Ephraim U. Egbuagha, Tomisin M. Adaja, Chinelo P. Onyenekwu
15 December 2023

Review Article

 
Bridging the gaps in newborn screening programmes: Challenges and opportunities to detect haemoglobinopathies in Africa  
Seth Twum, Kwadwo Fosu, Robin A. Felder, Kwabena A.N. Sarpong
14 December 2023

Editorial

 
Taking the train of digital health and artificial intelligence to improve medical laboratory service in Africa: Key considerations  
Rajiv Erasmus, Pascale Ondoa
30 November 2023
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Posted: 2024-04-09

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AOSIS Scholarly Books is pleased to announce the latest addition of four new open-access scholarly books to our catalogue. These publications represent the latest scholarly research and insights. View the list here.

 
Posted: 2024-02-28

Call for Papers: African Journal of Laboratory Medicine (AJLM) 2024 Special Collection: We invite you to submit

 

AOSIS calls on all authors to participate in the 2024 special collection that will be published in the open-access scholarly journal African Journal of Laboratory Medicine (AJLM): Transforming African laboratory diagnostic systems through digital technology and artificial intelligence.

 

Submissions open: 01 March 2024

Submissions close: 31 May 2024

Notification of final decision: 31 August 2024

Expected publication date: 06 December 2024

 

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Posted: 2024-02-28

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