The Pathology Research Histology Laboratory, located within the Department of Pathology, Anatomy & Laboratory Medicine (PALM) on the 2 nd floor of HSC-North, provides a wide range of histopathology services for basic science and clinical investigators. Routine procedures include tissue processing, decalcification, paraffin embedding, microtome sectioning, and automated hematoxylin and eosin
staining. A variety of special stains and immunostains are available upon request. Core staff also provide consultation for the development of new immunostaining protocols and digital imaging.
Shandon Excelsior Tissue Processor
Sakura Tissue-Tek Embedding Station
Galileo CK3500 Semi-Automatic Tissue
Sakura DRS-601 Automated Stainer
Ventana Discovery XL Automated Immunostainer
Leica CM1850 Cryostat
Peter Perrotta, MD | firstname.lastname@example.org | (304) 293-1617
Jacqueline Karakiozis | email@example.com | (304) 293-0287
Rita White | firstname.lastname@example.org | (304) 293-0782
Please remember to acknowledge support for the Histology Lab in all your publications:
Tissues were processed in the West Virginia University Pathology Research Histology Laboratory supported by the WVU Department of Pathology, Anatomy & Laboratory Medicine and NIH grant U54GM104942.