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USA Histology Laboratory needed for processing and embedding a variety of like specimens in 6 different versions of paraffin (the specific processing/embedding combo's to be further detailed). Beyond embedding there would need to be a comparison of sectioning qualities between the various embedded sections.
Seeking a laboratory that will receive frozen human tissues from our research lab and cut less than 10 micron thin sections onto slides and return for further processing. Volumes would be less than 100 slides per month but may vary due to experimental load.We are seeking an economic option to performing this duty in-house. For research purposes only.
Histology As part of our drug discovery activity,
20 human tumor specimens embedded in paraffin (20 blocks in total with one block per tissue specimen) to prepare (on histological slides for immunohistochemistry) thirty (30) 5µm-thick slides for each block (-> a total of 600 slides to be cut). For some of these slides, perform immunohistochemistry as follows (the number indicates how ordering the slides):
3. marker A
5. marker B
8. marker C
10. marker D
13. marker E
15. marker F
18. marker G
The markers to be used with slides 3, 5, 8, 10, 13, 15, 18 are easily commercially available markers. As they are of strategic importance for our research, they will be revealed as soons as we will have signed a Confidential Disclosure Agreement.