We provide a wide range of histology services to support your research needs, including routine histology, immunohistochemistry, in situ hybridization, spatial genomics, consulting, and digital pathology. Our expert team is dedicated to delivering high-quality results and personalized customer service.
We offer a full range of routine histology services, including processing, embedding, sectioning, staining, and coverslipping. Our team is experienced in handling a variety of tissue types and sample sizes to ensure high-quality results for your research.Details
Our experienced team provides high-quality immunohistochemistry (IHC) services to help you achieve accurate and reliable results. We offer a range of staining methods and can work with a variety of primary and secondary antibodies to meet your research needs.Details
We provide in situ hybridization (ISH) services to detect and localize specific nucleic acid sequences in tissue samples. We provide fluorescence in situ hybridization (FISH) and chromogenic in situ hybridization (CISH) using standard ISH or advanced methods such as ACDBio RNAscope, and can help you optimize your protocols for the best results.Details
We offer spatial genomics services to help you analyze gene expression patterns in the context of tissue architecture. Our team uses a range of technologies, including spatial transcriptomics (per example 10x Genomics Visium) to help you gain insights into the spatial organization of cells and their interactions.Details
Our expert team offers consulting services to help you design and optimize your experiments for the best possible results. We can assist you with study design, sample preparation, data analysis, and troubleshooting to ensure that your research is a success.Details
We provide digital pathology services for the analysis of tissue samples using digital images. Our team uses advanced image analysis software to perform quantitative and qualitative analysis of tissue samples, enabling the visualization and measurement of tissue structures and cell populations.Details