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Rapid Immunohistochemistry, Multiplex IF and Digital Pathology Workflow

Overview

Rapid immunohistochemistry using Fast Fluidic Technology (FFeX) enables precise and efficient advanced staining techniques, including monoplex and multiplex immunohistochemistry (IHC) and immunofluorescence (IF). Scanning by 3DHistech™ digital pathology solutions enables pathologists to evaluate and collaborate rapidly remotely and with transparency and consistency, thus improving the pathology workflow. Together, the LabSat® Research and Pannoramic Midi II demonstrate a rapid IHC and digital scanning solution. 

Introduction

Methods for IHC, IF, and multiplexing that deliver high quality stain results and maintain tissue morphology are important for effective tissue research. For example, IHC and IF have been identified as reliable methods that contribute to the study of the tumor microenvironment (TME) (Taube, et al 2020). In addition, technologies that offer high staining quality and morphology while improving workflow efficiencies may further enable the research of important biomarkers. This study highlights rapid IHC and multiplexing IF coupled with efficient and high quality scanning through 3DHistech systems.

 

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