Quality Pathology Reports Depend on Expertly Prepared Slides
SlideAccuracy and quality are of primary importance In the histology process. Most of our clients expect their histopathology work to be expedited; they deserve it, and we make sure we deliver it. We produce consistently exceptional slides within the time lines we commit to – nothing else is acceptable.
SOP-driven quality control measures ensure tissue accountability, accurate tissue processing, and quality slide preparation. Details are inspected carefully during the 100% verification of blocks and slides to further ensure accuracy and quality. GLP Compliance Statements are shipped with every study.
Some of the routine techniques we offer are:
- Bone decalcification
- Bone sectioning
- Microtomy with routine, serial or cryostat sectioning
- Routine H & E staining
Need a special stain or technique? Ask us!
Proper Evaluation of Tissue Sections Requires Qualified Pathologists: Pathological Evaluation is Vital
Clients expect an accurate assessment of their experimental tissues. The pathological examination of tissue sections is the single most important piece of information that will determine the outcome of a potential new drug candidate. You need to know that your study pathologist is qualified to conduct this vital job properly.
Peer review is available upon request or at the discretion of the reviewing pathologist. Reports are written in a format that includes interpretive summaries, a format that has been accepted by the FDA. In addition, all reports are audited by Quality Assurance prior to client review.
We use only board-certified pathologists who have the experience and resources that qualify them to evaluate our clients’ important tissue sections. Areas of pathology expertise include:
- Cardiovascular biomedical devices
- Experimental and applied toxicology
- Pulmonary pathology
- Chemical carcinogenesis
- Experimental oncology
- Ophthalmologic pathology
- Renal pathology
- Chronic toxicology
- Experimental toxicology
- Pathology data analysis
- Reproductive pathology
- Dermatopathology and toxicology
- General toxicology
- Pathology quality assessment
- Toxicologic pathology, acute
- Diagnostic pathology
- Implant irritation
- Toxicologic pathology, chronic
- Electron microscopy
- Laboratory animal pathology
- Predictive toxicology
- Toxicologic pathology, subacute