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Reliable and precise microtomes are designed to provide high-quality sections and enhanced efficiency while maintaining a safe and healthy workplace. Read more in this research microtome buying guide.
Optimizing Microtomy, Case Assembly and IHC Testing Through Implementation of Automated Specimen Tracking
The Leica Biosystems Content and Evidence Team has partnered with a private, multispecialty clinic to assess the impact of implementing automated specimen tracking into their laboratory. This laboratory is most interested in increasing efficiency and patient safety throughout their processes.
Get tips for better microtomy, flotation & section drying in this guide. Each step provides a valuable reminder of good histology practice and also helps with troubleshooting when unacceptable results do occur.
The correct knife angle is the subject of much misunderstanding, misleading experience, and incorrect information passed between microtomists, but in fact can be logically derived.
Following our 2-part webinar series of Tips & Tricks to Better Histology, questions about histology-related issues were received from customers and answered by Leica Biosystems. Here, in Histology Tips & Tricks: Questions and Answers, Part 2, more questions are answered, specifically regarding decalcifying agents, and tissue section bubbling/cracking.
L'Absorbs are a strong highly absorbent, lint-free alternative to paper towels and gauze. The cloth-like softness and lint-free surface makes them ideal for use in cover slipping and slide preparation. L'Absorbs are perfect for cleaning up all liquids but are specially suited to alcohol and xylene which evaporate upon use, allowing L'Absorbs to be reused. L'Absorbs will readily soak up oils and liquid paraffin wax and can be used for various blo...
Skin specimens received in the histology laboratory for dermatopathology are among the most difficult to handle successfully. The pathologist must be able to see the dermal-epidermal junction in each tissue section in order to make a diagnosis, thus every skin...