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Histopathology

Histopathology is an area of pathology that deals with the tissue-related, microscopic aspect of pathological changes in the body. After an organ is surgically removed or when a small piece of tissue or cell samples are taken, the tissue is analyzed by pathologists. Histopathology is mainly required if a tumor is involved, with the question of whether it is benign or malignant. The process includes checking the type, size, enlargement and malignancy of a tumor. These results therefore provide the clinician with numerous important prognosis factors that are vital to ensuring the right treatment for the patient.

Fully automated system for determining IHC

Axonlab offers a fully automated system for determining immunohistochemistry (IHC). Immunohistochemistry involves analyzing tissue, cell suspensions or fine needle punctures using immunochemistry methods, such as staining tissue or cell structures using dyes conjugated to antibodies. In medical histology, IHC is used primarily for identifying and classifying tumor cells that express certain antigens, predominantly on fixed tissue.

Histopathology is an area of pathology that deals with the tissue-related, microscopic aspect of pathological changes in the body. After an organ is surgically removed or when a small piece of... read more »
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Histopathology

Histopathology is an area of pathology that deals with the tissue-related, microscopic aspect of pathological changes in the body. After an organ is surgically removed or when a small piece of tissue or cell samples are taken, the tissue is analyzed by pathologists. Histopathology is mainly required if a tumor is involved, with the question of whether it is benign or malignant. The process includes checking the type, size, enlargement and malignancy of a tumor. These results therefore provide the clinician with numerous important prognosis factors that are vital to ensuring the right treatment for the patient.

Fully automated system for determining IHC

Axonlab offers a fully automated system for determining immunohistochemistry (IHC). Immunohistochemistry involves analyzing tissue, cell suspensions or fine needle punctures using immunochemistry methods, such as staining tissue or cell structures using dyes conjugated to antibodies. In medical histology, IHC is used primarily for identifying and classifying tumor cells that express certain antigens, predominantly on fixed tissue.

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