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Services

Research and Toxicologic Pathology Services
  Veterinary Surgical Pathology and Necropsy Services
 

We offer:

Services Offered:

  • Rodent Necropsy
  • On-site technical support
  • Routine histology processing
  • Immunohistochemistry and immunofluorescence
  • Antibody evaluation and optimization        
  • Publication quality scanning and digital imaging
  • Image processing and analysis
  • Laser capture microdissection (LCM)
  • Tissue microarrays
  • Nucleic acid extraction from dissected cells and tissues
  • Veterinary pathology evaluation
 





Click here for more information on diagnostic pathology evaluation for companion and exotic animals

For veterinary pathology diagnostic service details and price list, please click here.

Click here to download the Veterinary Surgical Pathology/Necropsy Request form

 

 

(mouse small intestine roll stained for Ki67)

Digital Pathology and Image Analysis

Microscope slides can be digitized using our two slide scanners; Ariol high resolution fluorescence and brightfield or the high throughput Leica SCN400. These complimentary systems produce high quality images which facilitate a range of sophisticated image analysis applications.

Scanned images are viewed through Slidepath Digital Imaging Hub (Leica Microsystems). This system permits access to digitized slides via a secure web browser from anywhere in the world. This service allows secure data sharing, telepathology and conferencing. It also facilitates the archiving and sharing of slides and capturing of images for publication. [link]
Image analysis can be performed on images or whole slide scans using the following software: Ariol, Slidepath, ImageJ.


Examples of virtual slides

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Transverse sections of mouse head