Call it a new form of academic cheating. Peer reviews for scholarly journals have come under the spotlight lately — and the future isn't looking so bright. U.K.-based publisher BioMed Central recently retracted 43 scientific and medical articles because of peer reviews...
Presented by Ada Feldman, MS, HT/HTL(ASCP), Anatech, Ltd., Battle Creek, Michigan "Why Does the H&E Staining Look Different Today?" Register now.
Congratulations to all histotechnologists, pathologists and other laboratory professionals. NSH wants to thank you for your dedication to the vital role you play in every aspect of healthcare. NMLPW is a time to celebrate your professionalism and to inform and educate medical...
Today, the College of American Pathologists and the National Society for Histotechnology released the first evidence-based guideline to ensure patient safety through the uniform labeling of paraffin blocks and slides. The guideline, "Uniform Labeling of Blocks and Slides...
New findings from scientists at The University of Manchester in the U.K. may provide the basis for an early test for kidney disease. The researchers were investigating why some groups are more susceptible to kidney disease than others....
A lack of a particular mitochondrial protein in genetically manipulated mice has shown to trigger events in the body that causes mild heart hypertrophy (enlargement) and severe fatty liver disease. Mitochondria are organelles found in...
The world of cancer research is changing, according to University of Wisconsin-River Falls professor Tim Lyden. "There's a real revolution happening in cancer biology right now," Lyden said. "I think in 10 or 15 years, cancer is...
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