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Training Resources

Downloadable educational content for Histology and Anatomic Pathology professionals.

Download this guide and learn troubleshooting tips for a wide range of immunohistochemistry (IHC) staining issues.

Download this training resource to assist you in better understanding your current IHC process by identifying critical points in your current workflow. This guide will help you measure and improve the workflow at these critical points to help you determine the optimal workflow for your laboratory. 

Digital Ready Slides are the essential starting point to compile AI datasets. Being digital-ready now may offer opportunities in the future for augmented diagnostics that benefit patients, pathologists, and providers. Download this training resource and learn more about Digital Ready Slides for AI Development. 

Download this training resource to learn more about the fundamentals of fixation and tissue processing.

The responsibility of the clinical laboratory is to provide quality patient diagnostics. However, the environment in which this work occurs contains health and safety risks where workers must remain vigilant. This article will review safety precautions in the laboratory.  

Download this training resource to learn more about a typical histology workflow and receive guidance on how to avoid common mistakes.  

H&E staining is often termed as “routine staining” as it is the most common way of coloring otherwise transparent tissue specimen. Download this training resource to learn more about the fundamentals of H&E staining.

Download this training resource to learn more about the fundamentals of tissue processing and its preceding steps.

Download this publication to learn more about the various artifacts which may be encountered in histopathology. 

"Tissue processing” describes the steps required to take animal or human tissue from fixation to the state where it is completely infiltrated with a suitable histological wax and can be embedded ready for section cutting on the microtome.

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