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Histology Tips & Tricks: Questions And Answers, Part 2

Rhian Evans, Ph.D., Scientist

Histology/IHC is a multi-step process in which section and staining quality can be affected by a multitude of factors. Customers had specific questions for Leica Biosystems about common issues encountered that are addressed in our infographic here. Specifically, questions include what type of decalcifying agents are suitable for downstream IHC/ISH, and how to prevent tissue bubbling and cracking.

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About the presenter

Rhian Evans, Ph.D., Scientist

Rhian is a Scientist from Swansea University in Medical and Healthcare Studies and was featured in several collaborative publications. Rhian’s research-based background focused on tissue-based pathology in Multiple Sclerosis, primarily using immunohistochemical analysis and in vitro molecular techniques. She spent a short period conducting routine PCR testing for COVID-19 at the end of 2020.