Routine and special stains are usually selected to demonstrate a special structure, chemical or molecular characteristic of the tissue. They are the first tool in a pathologist’s arsenal in detecting cancer in a patient's tissue. If there still are questions, a pathologist will request more advanced staining. This workshop will look at the more commonly requested special stains, and we will review the methods, application and results of these stains. We will also look at the complimentary IHC stains and how they compare.
Debra Freeman has been a Technical Consultant with Cell Marque for seven years. Before joining Cell Marque, she was working as a Research Associate at numerous Biotech companies in the Bay Area. Her territory is the Western United States, not including CA. In her free time, she enjoys snowboarding, being outside and playing with her family.
Cell culture and analysis
Clinical testing and diagnostics manufacturing
Presented:May 22, 2019
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