Lecturer in Precision Medicine at the Patrick G. Johnson Centre for Cancer Research, Queen's University Belfast
In this webinar, learn how the Centre for Cancer Research at the Queen’s University Belfast utilized automated staining and slide digitization as an aid to clinical research (for research use only. Not for use in diagnostic procedures) in immunohistochemistry, RNA in situ hybridization, multiplex immunofluorescence, and artificial intelligence studies.
(H&E) Routine Staining quality depends on all preceding steps: fixation, processing and microtomy. Protocols chosen, as well as consumables used, might and will affect coloration and intensity of the stained specimens.
Scientific manager, Histopathology/ISH Core Facility, Cancer Research UK Cambridge Institute, University of Cambridge
Learn more from subject matter experts from the Cancer Research UK Cambridge Institute, who will share results using chromogenic methods such as integrated co-detection workflow for RNAscope in situ hybridization assays.