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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.
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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.
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