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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Brief Report

External Quality Assessment Programme for Early Infant Diagnosis of HIV-1, Mozambique, 2011–2014  
Nalia Ismael, Orvalho Augusto, Adolfo Vubil, Sofia O. Viegas, Fernanda Miambo, Patrina Chongo, Nédio Mabunda
11 October 2018

Original Research

District and sub-district analysis of cryptococcal antigenaemia prevalence and specimen positivity in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa  
Naseem Cassim, Lindi M. Coetzee, Nelesh P. Govender, Deborah K. Glencross
11 October 2018

Lessons from the Field

Implementation of the laboratory quality management system (ISO 15189): Experience from Bugando Medical Centre Clinical Laboratory – Mwanza, Tanzania  
Medard Beyanga, Lisa Gerwing-Adima, Kahima Jackson, Benjamin Majaliwa, Henrico Shimba, Simon Ezekiel, Charles Massambu, Dickson Majige, Michael Mwasegaka, Wilson Mtotela, Patrick Mateta, Christa Kasang
31 July 2018

Original Research

Using laboratory data to categorise CD4 laboratory turn-around-time performance across a national programme  
Lindi-Marie Coetzee, Naseem Cassim, Deborah K. Glencross
28 June 2018

Original Research

Low-cost diagnostic test for susceptible and drug-resistant tuberculosis in rural Malawi  
Annie Zhang, Enoch Jumbe, Robert Krysiak, Sabeen Sidiki, Holden V. Kelley, Elly K. Chemey, Chancy Kamba, Victor Mwapasa, Juan I. García, Alison Norris, Xueliang J. Pan, Carlton Evans, Shu-Hua Wang, Jesse J. Kwiek, Jordi B. Torrelles
04 June 2018